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5 Reasons Why Kundli Matching is Important


5 Reasons Why Kundli Matching is Important

Marriage is a turning point in the lives of two people and their families. This beautiful relationship ties two souls, together for lifetime and beyond. It is a new beginning; a beginning for which every man and woman waits since they enter into an age where they feel ready for this commitment. We often see various rituals before a Hindu marriage takes place. From quite an early stage, certain rituals are performed. Many families before deciding to get their children married match their detailed birth charts to see whether their stars are compatible or not. So what does this kundli matching mean? What does it say? Is it really important? Astrologers at astroYogi.com explain what role astrology has to play in a person’s married life and why kundli matching is important for us.

How Compatible Are the Two Souls

One major reason why kundli is matched before marriage is to understand how compatible the bride and groom are. As per astrology, there are 36 gunas in total which are matched to conclude how compatible the two people are and how prosperous their life will be. These gunas have different points and each point indicates a different factor of life. It also indicates how their individual stars and destinies will affect each other. By matching kundlis we can also specify conjugal harmony.

Financial Stability and Career Prospects

When two people unite in the sacred relationship of marriage, the movement of their planets has an affect not only on their lives, but on each other's lives too. Bhakoot, the seventh guna of the eight gunas indicates this effect. By matching kundlis, financial stability and job prospects are also looked into.

Compatibility to Bear Offspring

One major concern that is looked into through kundli matching is the happiness and health of children. Naadi, the eighth guna carries the maximum points and indicated the chances of childbirth or the problems arising around it, if any. Since a family is considered complete only after the birth of a child, parents are very particular to secure this happiness for their children after marriage.

What Doshas are You Carrying

When a child takes birth, the positioning of the stars and timing of his birth decide his fortune. This factor is a scientifically proven one and is therefore very important to every individual.  The timing and positioning of stars can sometimes be such that they create Dosha in the person's charts, like, Mangal Dosha or Shani Dosha. Such doshas can lead to problems after marriage and with the help of kundli matching the same can be detected. Once detected, the astrologer can guide you to perform certain poojas or follow certain routines to lessen its effects. In extreme cases, marriage is not advisable.

Special Poojas (if required) for a better life

Once the kundlis are matched the astrologer may suggest certain poojas for a happy married life. Sometimes, doshas found after matching kundlis can be corrected after performing certain poojas. Even when kundlis match, certain poojas are advised after detailed analysis of the stars of the bride and groom, for a successful and problem-free married life.

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preeti kapoorAbout The Author : Preeti Kapoor is a certified Tarot Card Reader (CPTR) and Certified Tarot Consultant (CTC) from ANAGHA –The Board of Senior Certified Tarot readers, Angel Therapists, pyramid Vaastu consultants and Chakra healers.


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