To understand the significance of the varna koot in kundali matching, we need to
know what kundali matching is. Many of you who are reading this probably know
the meaning and concept behind kundali matching, but for those of you who are
not familiar with kundali matching, kundali matching is the matching of the janam
kundalis (janam kundalis are the birth charts or the horoscopes of an individual
which is usually drawn up as soon as the individual is born on the basis of the time
of birth, the specific place of birth, and the date of birth) done by an expert
astrologer in order to know if the couple is compatible with each other or not, and
if they will have a happy married life or not. Moving on, janam kundalis are
considered to be the blueprints of an individual’s life, the vital framework of how
the life of the individual is going to be. So, when the expert astrology matches this,
he/she is able to deduce various things about the couple’s married life. Now,
another process is involved in kundali matching which is the asthakoot process and
has eight kootas in this.
What is Varna koota, and the significance of varna koota in kundali matching?
Varna koot is the first most koota out of the eight kootas and has only one guna.
Because of this, it is often considered to be not as important as compared to the rest
of the kootas, but every single koota in the process is equally important because
each of this kootas represents a part of the individual’s married life and how it will
affect the individual. So, how is the Varna koot calculated? There are four Varna
which are the Brahmins (topmost at the hierarchy and the zodiac signs Cancer,
Scorpio and Pisces come under this category), the Kshatriya (the zodiac signs
Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius come under this category), the Vaishya (the zodiac signs
Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn come under this category) and the Shudra (lowest at
the hierarchy and the zodiac signs Gemini, Aquarius, and Libra come under this
category). It is believed and calculated that the varna of the prospective groom
should be higher or even equal to the varna of the prospective bride for the couple
to avoid the varna dosha and to lead a successful marriage. It is also believed that if
the varna of the prospective bride is higher than the prospective groom’s varna,
there are high chances that the couple will have an unhappy marriage as they will
always be fighting and suffering from incompatibility issues. The varna koota
plays an important role in the process of kundali matching as it represents the pride
of the individual, the ego of the individual as well as how the individual is as a person. So, when the couple suffers from varna dosh, there will be an incompatibility issue plaguing the couple and the couple will always be fighting to disrupt the harmony of the house as well as the peace in the life of other family members.
This is one of the main reasons why Varna koota is important in kundali matching.
If a person values their pride or ego more than their relationship with their partner,
especially when they are married, the partner clearly does no respect the
relationship enough. No relationship is perfect, it requires work from both sides, sometimes the other individual putting in more effort than the other, and sometimes vice versa. But that is how every long-lasting and successful relationship works. No relationship is perfect and every relationship is different
from the rest. When it comes to kundali matching, kundali matching does not
provide a standard solution to just everyone’s marriage but it provides a
customised chart for the specific couple’s marriage. It is strongly advised that the
couple should get kundali matching done before they get married in order to know
how compatible they really are and how is their married life going to be. Kundali
matching helps in predicting and guiding them through all the obstacles in their life
and also provides solutions that will not only help them overcome the problem
but also bring them closer as a couple.