Kundali matching which is also known as Horoscope matching in Indian Culture. It is basically the science practiced by Indians since the ancient Vedic times. Everyone seeks a perfect life partner for a happy life. In today’s world Kundali matching is easier because it can be done sitting at home using online matching services. Marriage is a sacred bond where it binds two bodies into one soul. Marriage is considered one of the most important things in every person life. Before tying the knots of a holy matrimony, Kundali matching is still the priority of every person in Indian culture.

Celestial bodies like stars and planets influence our lives in many ways and the horoscope matching not only finds out the matching but also helps to understand about the precautions and remedies for a happy married life. It also helps to nullify or decrease the effects of any dosh in the Kundali of the couple to ensure peaceful, healthy fife. A horoscope matching can be classified into 8 categories which are Ashtakoot Milan (Ashta: 8; Koot: categories): Varna, Vaisya, Deena, Yoni, Maitri, Gan, Bhakoot and Nadi.

VARNA: It the Caste system In India which includes Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra per the moon sign of the individual. Brahmins are considered to be the superiors and Shudra considered to be inferior ones. Couples should have equal varna or Varna of the boys should be higher than the girls.  

VAISHYA: It is the second test for Guna Milan and holds two points. It signifies the ability to dominate or influence the other partner in the relationship. It relates the control or the power between the couple. It is classified into five types: Chatushpadha or the four-legged beings, Dwipad, or Nara are the two-legged beings, Jalachar are the water beings, Vanachar are the wild beings and the keets are the insect. To score maximum compatibility, both boy and girl should have similar classification.

DINA:  It is related to the compatibility of the birth stars. It relates to the Wealth, prosperity, Longevity and health. It is classified into 9 groups Janam Tara, Sampat Tara, Vipata Tara, kshema Tara, pratyari Tara, Sadhaka Tara, Vadha Tara, Mitra Tara and Anti Mitra tara. Each group is divided into 3 categories Ashwini, Magha and Moola.

YONI: Yoni governs physical and Sexual compatibility between the Couples. Physical compatibility in terms of satisfying the partner and meeting the sexual expectation of the partner is all the concern of Yoni.

MAITRI: It is related to the mutual bond of friendship between couples. It ensures mutual trust, clear communication between the couples by understanding their interests and likes and dislikes.

GAN: this is based on temperament and the basic nature of the person. It helps in understanding the mental character and spiritual outlook of the pair.

BHAKOOT: it is the second most important category for matching the Kundali. It is related to the financial and career related doshas in the horoscope. Boy or girl should have the same Zodiac sign. The difference zodiac signs can end up marriage.

NADI: it is related to hereditary aspects of the couple. It shows the cycle of the genetic ability of the couple to give birth to a new life.

Considering the above aspects thus kundli matching takes place.


Astrology by date and time for marriage comprehensively which deals with predictions and remedies for each and every area of marriage which makes you anxious. The different domain of marriage predictions by date of birth. So, it is recommended for Kundali reading for marriage.

1. Prediction for falling and marrying to the person you love.

2. Prediction and solution for delay in getting married.

3. Solutions for all problem faced after getting married.

4. Prediction solution for divorce

5. Counselling and maintaining harmony in marriage.

As discussed above there may be different marriage problems relating to different areas of marriage and therefore each problem has to be addressed as s specific issue having a unique solution identified by horoscope. This is what a marriage astrologer does.

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