There comes a stage in every individual’s life where they feel the need to be married or to pursue a relationship which would eventually result in marriage and building a family and future together. For this, they need to find an individual who is compatible with them and will be with them even when they are at their lowest or their worst phase of life where everything seems bleak and there is no hope for the future. Marriage is a sacred union between the individuals which does not only involve the individuals but their families as well. If the individuals are not compatible and go ahead with the marriage, this would eventually lead to a huge disaster as with time they would have children and as the differences and incompatibility issues start to appear, the couple will realise their marriage was a mistake and would separate eventually and this would not only lead to the trauma the children will face but also a lot of heartbreak and agony within and between the families. This is exactly why the individuals, when they were about to get married should have consulted an astrologer and had their kundalis matched.
What is kundali matching and how, and why is it essential in an individual’s life?
Kundali matching in short and easy terms, is the matching of the janamkundalis of the individuals, that is the prospective bride and groom. The janamkundalis of the individuals are the astrological birth charts that tell us everything about the individual, ranging from the likes and dislikes, to the strength and weakness, to the workings of the individual’s subconscious mind, to how the individual would react in anger or under stressful situations, to the potential life partner of the individual. And the fact remains that the janamkundali of every individual is different because the janamkundalis are calculated on the basis of the exact time of birth of the individual and the date of birth of the individual as well as the place of birth. Because of the fact that no two individuals are born with all the three factors being the same, the janamkundalis are different and hence, the predictions are different for every individual as well. The twelve houses that are found in the janamkundalis of the individuals are used to calculate the various aspects in the individual’s life. The kundali matching is further calculated with the help of the asthakootamilan process which tests the compatibility between the individuals that are to be married. There are eight kootas in kundali matching that represent the various aspects in the individual’s life after marriage. These kootas contain a certain number of Gunas that play a huge role in the compatibility test as the sum total of the Gunas from every koota is used to calculate the emotional, mental and physical compatibility between the individuals. If the match receives:
- If the match is awarded more than eighteen Gunas out of the sum total of thirty sixGunas, the match is approved and probable.
- If the match is awarded more than twenty sixGunas out of the sum total of thirty six gunas, then the match is said to be very auspicious and is strongly advised.
- If the match is awarded less than eighteen Gunas out of the sum total of thirty sixGunas, then the match is said to be inauspicious and is not advised at all.
How is kundali matching essential in the life of an individual?
Kundali matching is essential in the life of the individual because it literally predicts if the partner the individual has chosen is the right partner for the individual or not. It calculates the age of longevity of the marriage and also tests the compatibility between the individuals because if they are not compatible and if their likes and dislikes are not even similar, and if they do not share the similar outlook towards life or even share the similar mind-set or mental understanding which is important in every marriage. Kundali matching also predicts the health of their children and if they will have children or not during their marriage.