The Significant Kundali Matching
Aspects of Kundli Matching
Kundali matching basically involves putting Kundali of two people on the same platform, evaluating their different aspects, and then comparing the Gunas of both with one another to draw a prediction regarding the compatibility they are destined to share. Families meet an able astrologer, and provide him with the Kundalis of both the prospective bride and groom.
After that Kundali matching process is carried out by the astrologer. More precisely, Kundali matching can be defined as an eight fold Vedic process, with which the probable compatibility and understanding are drawn out, and the chances of a successful marriage relationship between two specific persons is predicted. In this eight fold process; astrologer considers the positioning of Moon in both the Kundalis, and accordingly draws out scores for eight different aspects, which are considered to hold a certain significance and a certain influence in making or breaking the chances of success in a married relationship.
Varan, Vasya, Tara, Yoni, Grah Maitri, Gan, Bhakoot, and Nadi are the eight descriptions. Each of them holds a certain limited points of its own, and points of all of them make a total of 36. A Kundali matching score of less than 18 is considered as unfavorable, where the two people involved should avoid getting married to one another. A Kundali matching score of more than 18 is considered as favorable, and the more it goes up on the scale of 36, the more it is considered as favorable for a successful married relationship. While doing so, a lot of significance is given to Manglik Match, as a part of which the positioning of mars in both the Kundalis is evaluated. It can be one sole prominent aspect defining the destiny of a marriage.