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Importance of Kundali Matching before Marriage!

Samarpit Kanwatia, is a Mumbai based acclaimed celebrity astrologer with an experience of more than 18 years having numerous clients, pan world. His dealing with multiple clients, which include successful personalities from different professions, has made him well researched to deliver his clients whatever they expect of him. His clients irrespective of their different castes, religions and nationalities have always benefited from his knowledge. He has intense knowledge on Vastu and Numerology and while consulting a client he likes to mix all three (Astrology, Numerology, Vastu) and provide an overall guide to his client.

What is the importance of Kundali Matching before Marriage?

In today’s time when marriages are breaking for smallest and silliest of reasons Kundli matching through our Vedic science becomes a vital litmus test for couples and their happy married lives so as to avoid divorces and to ascertain if kundlis are matching in the first place. Marriage is a lifelong bond that should be filled with happiness, peace and harmony. Planets exert a powerful influence in the sphere of marriage and hence the importance of kundali matching in any marriage is significant. Vedic compatibility test delves into 8 different personality aspects. Every test carries a score and the sum of 8 tests give a final score; this is termed as guna points.

A match where the guna points is less than 18, signifies that the couple should not be united in marriage. A score of 18 gunas and above indicates that a match can be an acceptable match. A score of 36-36 means a perfect match.

Let us explore deeper and take a look at the factors that account at the time of marriage.

Guna Milan is about the position of the moon in a prospective groom and the bride’s natal or birth chart. Referred to as ‘ashtakoot milan’. Listed below are the 8 aspects which determine an alliance between a boy and a girl

  1. Varna/Varan – This is based on the spiritual compatibility of the couple, as well as their egos.

  1. Vasya – This denotes mutual attraction between the couple as well as the balance of power and control.

  1. Tara – This is about the mental wavelength between a prospective husband and wife.

  1. Yoni – This reveals love and sexual compatibility between future partners. The yoni kootas should be the same and never be different.

  1. Grahamaitri – It signifies affection and mental agreeability.

  1. Gana – Divided into 3 categories – deva (God), manushya (human) & rakshasa (demon). This aspect mostly delves into the temperament of a couple.

  1. Rashi – The planetary position of the groom’s birth chart is compared to that of the bride’s. The male’s moon should be in the 7th and 12th houses from the female’s moon. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th houses are inauspicious. If we take the girl’s house into consideration, if she is placed in the 12th house from the male, it is inauspicious, whereas the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th are believed to be good.

  1. Nadi – These stars are classified into 3 categories – aadi, madhya and anyta. This takes into consideration the health and genetic makeup of the couple.

Other than what I mentioned above, I also advocate and give strong importance to checking on “Manglik dosh” and position of Shani and Rahu in ones kundli. Remember, kundali matching alone is not sufficient to ensure a happy and long-lasting marriage. Health, financial and emotional stability are also important in addition to love, patience and understanding, post marriage.

Professional guidance in matching kundalis between prospective partners is advisable.

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