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Wedding auspicious day will you get married on May 5, 2018

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

marriage is a great joy in life. It is really gratifying that the love between the two has finally come to fruition. Of course, the choice of wedding day is also very important, which needs careful consideration. Well, let the old yellow calendar show you that will you get married on May 5, 2018? How about getting married on March 20, 2018?


on Saturday, May 5, 2018, March (small) 20th of the lunar calendar, Chong Tu (Xinmao) Sha Dong, the God of joy is due south, the God of blessing is due east, and the God of wealth is southwest. [appropriate] move into the house, get married, put in a bed, get engaged and bury, make a stove, ask for an heir, repair a grave, go to office, pray and sacrifice, erect a monument, lift the receiving livestock, start drilling, cut clothes, get rid of clothes, marry, build a roof, hairpin, meridians, build a foundation, plant a fasting Festival, ask for money, recruit a burden, set a plaque, enter the school, and receive a son-in-law's treasure [avoid] The decoration starts, starts business, starts a trip, opens a haircut, breaks the ground, builds a market, accepts money, establishes a voucher, seeks medical treatment, writes a lawsuit, releases water, opens a warehouse, buys property, builds a dike, ships out, and files a lawsuit


. According to the results of consulting the old yellow calendar, May 5, 2018 is March 20 of the lunar calendar, which is an auspicious day for marriage, Therefore, prospective newlyweds who intend to get married in 2018 can consider this day. Of course, the things to avoid on that day listed in the traditional yellow calendar are only one aspect for reference. Whether it is suitable to get married on May 5, 2018 depends on whether the eight characters and zodiac of both newlyweds collide with each other and each other's relatives, which requires the guidance of professional Feng Shui fortune tellers. The origin of the word


marriage is marriage. In ancient times, it was also called "faint marriage" or "faint cause".

Zheng Xuan of the Han Dynasty said that marriage refers to the ceremony of marriage. In ancient Chinese weddings, the man usually went to the woman's house to greet the marriage at dusk, and the woman went out with the man. This custom of "men greet women when they faint, and women come because of men" is the origin of the word "faint" and "cause". In other words, marriage refers to the process of men marrying women.

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