In astrology, there are several houses that can be affected by the position of your in-laws. The houses where they are placed can determine whether you will have a great relationship with your in-laws or bad relations with them. Similarly, the positions of the Moon, Sun, and Jupiter can affect whether you will have rich in-laws or poor in-laws.
The 8th house is the house of your spouse’s wealth and is also known as her “mangalalya sthaan”. It indicates a woman’s fortune during and after her marriage, and is also a sign of how long her marriage will last. If her 7th lord is exalted in the 10th house and her in-laws are exalted in the ninth, the wife will enjoy financial gains from her husband.
Another important astrological aspect to watch for is the hard aspect between Jupiter and Neptune. This is a potentially problematic aspect that can make it difficult to earn money or keep it. Similarly, a hard aspect between Jupiter and Neptune can make it difficult for a woman to make money and keep it. This is especially true if her partner is very ambitious or comes from a wealthy family.
The second house represents wealth and business. It also represents your paternal grandmother and her children. It also indicates your in-laws and their relationships. The second house can also be a sign of secret enemies, in-laws, and enemies of your father. It is also important to know that your second house will be ruled by Mars and that Mars rules Aries.
A strong connection between the 2nd house and the 11th house can provide a lot of financial prosperity after marriage. This relationship is important to activate during the dasha period. In addition, a strong 7th lord in the 11th house can give you a great deal of money, too. Venus and Jupiter are the karakas of your spouses, so if you marry a woman with a 7th house, the karakas of your wife will be Jupiter and Venus respectively. This will determine whether you will gain wealth through her, and vice versa.