Is it Important to Have a Kundli Compatibility?

Kundli matching is becoming increasingly popular in today’s Indian society. Interestingly astrological considerations were not very popular to fix an alliance in ancient India. It is only after the 15th of Century the classical texts on Muhurata like ‘Muhurata Chintamani’ , ‘Muhurata Ganapati’ etc. made ‘Kundali matching’ popular among astrological savants. In ancient India marriage of bride and groom was dependent upon mutual love and attraction and there was no scope for match making of horoscopes. This has been mention in the book ‘Hindu Samskaras by Shri Rajbali Pande published by Motilal Banarasidas.

First, let us understand what is Kundli Matching, Kundli match is based on the birth constellation.

And in the last 20-25 years it has become very much in vogue.

If the Kundli matching score is 18 out of 36 then it can be considered for marriage.

After this Mangal Dosh is checked, if Mars is in 1st 4th 7th 8th  12th then it is called Manglik as per the “Stri Jataka Adhyay” of Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra. In Jataka Parijata and Sarvarth Chintamani 2nd house is also been considered in ‘Manglik Dosha’ or ‘Kunja Dosha’ as they pronounce in sothern parts of India.

What are the disadvantages of matching horoscopes, so friends, I would like to tell it that in Vedic times, marriage is only after seeing the auspicious time in Uttarayan. Kundli matching was not in vogue, but as astrology progressed, some classes started matching horoscopes, in that only Mangal dosha was seen, then later many defects were seen in many cases. In some cases, it becomes impossible to get married if there is a ‘strong Manglik Yoga’

In ancient times Based on the Chandra Nakshatra, Kundli matching was simple. This Nakshatra is almost always the same during the day, so Kundli matching was quick and easy. It has also been shown that divorce happens even when the horoscopes have 34 guns out of 36. And in spite of  13 guns out of 36, the marriage is still going on. What is the reason for this?

It is more important than matching the horoscope, whether there is the happiness of marriage in your horoscope or not, if good marriages are being made in your horoscope, then automatically you will get a good life partner,

If the happiness of marriage in your Kundali is average and poor, then no matter how hard you try, you will not get the right kind of partner, and the “Dasha” you are getting for your marriage will also go away due to Kundali matching. This will only delay the marriage.

This is the Gravity of person’s past karma.

It has also been seen that one is Manglik and the other is non-Manglik, but the marriage went on and marriage was done by matching both the Manglik, but the marriage did not work, the divorce occurred, and sometimes 12-13 traits[Guna] are identified, but the marriages are still successful. What is the cause for this? It is obviously depending upon Dasha’s order; if the Dasha shows happiness through marriage, your marriage will continue; if both work sensibly, conflicts will be few. Even if there is an ideological disagreement and you were married after matching a number of horoscopes, your seventh house is related to the ‘Thrik ‘(6th,8th,12th)house, especially the sixth house, and Venus is also affected, then the person must face court after marriage.

When a person is in love, their emotions take control. When it comes to selecting a mate for marriage, things become more practical. First, they will observe how much money and family the person has, how attractive the person is, the character of the person stands last in the queue, and ceremonies developed for worldly people. Problems should be kept to a minimum; rituals are also important because it develop discipline in us; without discipline, we cannot grow and become better self.

The activities we took in the past have created our present, and the actions we take today will shape our future; we will never grow spiritually if we are too calculative and practical.

So, friends, nowadays, individuals get married late for no reason because of horoscope matching, especially in South India where there is a lot of emphasis on matching the horoscope. Match the future Dasha order if you want to match the horoscope. Check the Dasha sequence and the horoscope if you want to be married to the person of your choice. Is there a time in your marriage when you avoid fighting at all costs? Yes, you have no choice but to end your marriage if your spouse is orally and physically violent toward you.

‘’Horoscope matching based on Ashtakoot Here is the details of Ashtakoot’’


The Ashtakoota System is also known as Kundli Milan. North Indian System. The Moon’s position in each chart is important in this approach. There are 8 key Ashtakoota factors. There are 36 points. In general, a score of 18 or less is bad, whereas a score of 21 or more is good

The eight Ashtakoota factors

1. Mental compatibility, approach to work & luck (Varna)

This demonstrates your innate skills and abilities according to four personality types. This reflects your work style. It also looks at ego compatibility. Some feel it shows spiritual growth. If you both have the same personality type, you get 1 point.

2. Power compatibility – dominance (Vashya)

This determines who is the relationship’s dominant partner. Some think it shows the strength of your magnetic attraction.

2 points max.

3. Health and well-being together (Tara)

This shows if marrying will benefit your health, happiness, and compatibility. Some say it signifies luck and longevity. This can be good or bad.

3 points max.

4. Physical and sexual compatibility (Yoni)

This reflects your sexual and biological compatibility, as well as your mutual love and sexual tendencies. Each person’s sexual preferences are described by an animal. Some creatures have a natural affinity, whereas others are neutral or hostile.

Here are the 14 different types of animals:

  • Horse (Ashwa)
  • Elephant (Gaja)
  • Sheep (Mesha)
  • Serpent (Sarpa)
  • Dog (Shwana)
  • Cat (Marjara)
  • Rat (Mushaka)
  • Cow (Gow/Gau)
  • Buffalo (Mahisha)
  • Tiger (Vyaghra)
  • Deer (Mriga)
  • Monkey (Vanara)
  • Lion (Simha)
  • Mongoose ( Nakula).

Sometimes animals can imitate another animal and this can also change the score.

Maximum 4 points.

5. Progeny, harmony and affection (Grahamaitri)

This reveals your likelihood of having children, mental abilities, and mutual attachment. It also reveals one’s attitude, objective, intellectual level, and spiritual level. It represents the basic difference in daily conduct, attitude, and social norms. Theoretically, it shows mental compatibility

Maximum 5 points.

6. Outlook on life (Gana)

In life there are three types:

Dev Gana-Lives a more elevated or cosmic life. In some cases, spirituality trumps

Manav Gana -Equal parts earthy and heavenly.

Rakshash Gana- Earthy. Sometimes a little wicked in thoughts or acts. Materialistic rather than spiritual

The highest score is achieved when both partners are of the same type.

6 points max.

7. Bliss – love (Bhakoot)

This displays if marrying will make you (and your family) wealthier. A sign of longevity, joy/pain, children, and health. See Bhakoot Dosha for more details on getting zero out of seven. You can get out of it!

7 points max.

8. Life force compatibility & progeny health (Nadi)

This displays if you share physiological and genetic traits. It compares each person’s Ayurvedic mind/body doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) to show how their psycho-physiological energies resonate. Some feel it shows spiritual affinity. It may also reveal your longevity if you are together. It also assesses the couple’s genetic compatibility to have healthy children. If this is not excellent, there are treatments.

8 points max.

It is only said as karma when that action has been done wilfully and with awareness and going to create ‘karma fal'[consequences of action] that means the fruitful action resultant into any effect. The virtues of it carried by humans from one birth to the next or it is interpreted as a good or bad result of their acts. ‘BHAGVAT GITA’