Kundali matching is the matching of the two janam kundalis of the individuals that are to be married. As we all know, janam kundalis of the individuals that are to be married, are the birth charts of the individual that are calculated and predicted on the basis of the exact time of birth, place of birth and exact date of birth of the individual, and it even goes on to tell us how the individual exactly is as compared to the way the individual acts in front of other people, the dominant personality traits of the individual, the strengths and weaknesses, the most suited career for the individual, the most suitable and compatible partner for the individual and so on.

To go in further details about kundali matching, Kundali matching is calculated by the planetary positions of the Nakshtaras, the planets, the Moon and the Sun. The planetary positions of the planets, the Moon and the Sun in the twelve houses of the kundali is very important as it helps the expert astrologer to find out the emotional, mental and physical compatibility between the to be married individuals. It also predicts the major marital discourse that may occur in their married life and how to go on to solves them. There are eight important kootas which contain a certain amount of  gunas in the horoscope of an individual, which are added while the match making of the marriage. Each and every Guna has a specific and an important value and the sum total value of all these eight gunas should come as a thirty six gunas. For the couple to have a happy married life, it is believed that at least eighteen gunas should match with each other. If the matched gunas are or above twenty seven, then the match is said to be the best probable match for getting married and if the matched gunas are or less than eighteen gunas in number, then the match as a marriage is not advised. The gunas help in explaining the emotional, mental and physical capability and mutual understanding between the two individuals about to get married.

So, what are the six factors that are to be considered during the nakshatra matching?


the health of the couple is considered and analysed. A couple where one of the partner may die soon because of a life threatening disease or anything, would result in an unhappy marriage and a really short marriage. Nakshatra matching checks if the health of the individuals in the marriage will be good or not.


Nakshatra matching also checks how long will the marriage last, if the marriage will be a happy marriage, which is filled with joy and happiness and remains ever lasting or will it be a short lived marriage with constant fights and surrounded by unhappiness, because honestly, if the marriage is going to be a short one, with a lot of unhappiness and heartbreak involved, they might as well not get married.


the future of the couple can also be calculated, analysed and predicted by Nakshatra matching. Anyone can be born poor and become rich in the future, and anyone can be born rich and become poor in the future. Anything can happen in the future, and Nakshatra matching helps you know what lies in the future.


The financial status of the couple always has a huge impact on the marriage. Money plays a huge role in marriage and it brigs comfort and safety into the house. More over, it brings financial security and provides a roof above their heads, and food in their stomach. Without all that, many marriages tend to crumble down.

Mutual understanding:

There has to be some sort of understanding between the couple in order for a marriage to be a happy one because if there is no understanding, there are going to be constant fights, bouts of unhappiness and just complete depression all around and within the four walls of the house. Nakshatra matching tells us if the individuals that are to be married will be happy or not and will be understanding towards each other or not.


In every marriage, most of the individuals desire for a child or two, or maybe even more. Nakshatra matching calculates and predicts if the progeny of the couple will be heathy or not.

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