Did Rāma have Kuja doṣa (a.k.a maṅgala doṣa, māṅgalika)? What about the Pāṇḍavas?
I see all of them exiled to the woods in their prime years. This must be the worst thing that can happen to a kṣatriya.
Rāma even got separated from his wife, Sītā, not once but twice. At least the Pāṇḍavas always had Draupadī accompanying them wherever they went.
If Rāma did have Kuja doṣa, how come Vasiṣṭa or Śatānanda didn't know about it? Why did they approve Rāma's marriage with Sītā?
Also, what about Kṛṣṇa? Did he have Kuja doṣa?