Marriage Matching: Kundli Matching For Marriage

Marriage Matching is important for a beautiful married lifeMarriage Matching is an astrological tool which helps to find love compatibility between two lovers. Only astrology can analyze the true personality of a person by checking the planetary positions and ratio of gunas and doshas posited in one’s kundli. The process of matching the horoscopes of the bride and groom is known as Kundli Matching. Hence, Kundli Matching is important in identifying the obstacles and problems in married life. One can attain pure bliss of happiness when tied in a bond of marriage. Marriage is considered to be an institution that binds two people in a sacred thread. From giving your life a reason to finally turning your monochrome life into a colorful one, marriage plays a pivotal role in making you a better person for tomorrow.

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According to Hindu religion, marriage is one of the sixteen samskaras and significant to adhere to. An individual can lead a lavish life, but the pleasure of enjoying increases when you share it with someone special. Money can fuel your life with amenities, but it is a marriage that can give you social stability in life. Hence, one can attain unlimited joy and happiness when bound in a sacred thread of marriage.

Importance of Marriage Matching

As per Vedic Astrology, the primary reason for marriage matching is to ensure that the couple leads a happy and prosperous married life. We may encounter a number of failed marriages in our day-to-day lives, hence one should be well-assured of who he/she is marrying. The decision of marriage should be taken with great calculations, after considering all the pros and cons. Hence, Marriage Matching plays a vital role in ensuring whether the person you choose is a suitable match for you.

It is highly believed that the personality of a person can be predicted through his/her Kundli. Therefore, with the help of Kundli Matching, you can be assured if the other person is compatible for marriage, how will the compatibility and relationship between the couple and other such essential aspects that contribute to the successful or failed marriage. In India, horoscope matching or Kundli Milan is used to analyse the Vedic compatibility of a couple. Before proceeding for marriage, people hunt for astrologers in order to know their marriage matching compatibility. If someone faces a delay in his/her marriage or unable to find a suitable partner, then one needs to get their Kundli checked by one of the best astrologers.

Guna Milan for Marriage Matching

In per Vedic Astrology, Birth Chart or Natal Chart is taken into consideration for marriage matching. Guna Milan is calculated on the basis of the moon's position in the natal chart of the bride and groom. In parts of Northern India, the process of Guna Milan is known as Ashtakoot Milan, which defines the eight aspects of Gunas. The meaning of ‘Ashta’ is ‘eight’ and the meaning of ‘koota’ is ‘aspects’. There are eight Kootas which are as follows along with the point they contain:


Varna is the first aspect among the eighth Kootas in marriage matching. It shows the spiritual compatibility of man and woman along with their ego levels. It is classified into four categories, namely Brahmins, Kshatriya, Vaishya, and Shudra.


Vasya is the second aspect among the eighth Kootas and represents mutual attraction and power between married couples. A person is defined into 5 categories, such as Manav/Nara (human beings), Vanchar (wild animals), Chatushpad (small animals), Jalchar (sea animals), and Keeta/Keet (insects).


Tara is the third aspect among the eighth Kootas in marriage matching. It calculates the compatibility between birth star or nakshatras. There are 27 birth stars (Nakshatra) in astrology.


Yoni is the fourth aspect among the eighth Kootas and calculates sexual compatibility, intimacy level, and mutual understanding between the couple. This guna is classified into 14 animals, which are Elephant, Snake, Mongoose, Cow, Lion, Hare/Deer, Horse, Dog, Cat, Rat, Buffalo, Sheep, Tiger, and Monkey.

Graha Maitri/Rasyadipati

Graha Maitri is the fifth aspect among the eighth Kootas in Kundli Milan. It represents moon sign compatibility, mental compatibility, and natural friendship.


Graha Maitri is the sixth aspect among the eighth Kootas in Kundli Milan. It is related to behavioural compatibility. Nakshatras (birth stars) are classified into three categories- Deva (God, representing Satwa Guna), Manava (Human beings, representing Rajo Guna) and Rakshasa (Demon, representing Tamo Guna).


It is the seventh aspect among the eighth Kootas in Marriage Matching. It shows the emotional compatibility and love parameters between couples. The planetary positions present in girl's natal chart is compared with the boy's. If the Moon of the Boy is placed in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th house from girl's moon, then the match is considered inauspicious or unfavorable, while 7th and 12th houses are considered good. In the case of girl, If birth moon is placed in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th houses from boy's chart, then it will be auspicious and considered inauspicious if placed 12th from boy's chart.


Nadi is the eighth aspect and related to health and genes. Nakshatras are classified into three parts- Aadi (Vata) Nadi, Madhya (Pitta) Nadi and Antya (Kapha) Nadi.

Koota Maximum Points
Varna 1
Vasya/Vasya 2
Tara/Dina 3
Yoni 4
Grah Maitri/Rasyadhipati 5
Gana 6
Rashi or Bhakoot 7
Nadi 8
Total 36

Importance of Gunas in Kundali

There are 36 gunas present in the Kundli of an individual, which are calculated while analyzing the horoscope for marriage matching. It is truly believed that each point or ‘Guna’ has a special significance associated with it and the sum of all these eight ashtakoota is significant in analysing a happy married life. For a couple to lead a happy marital life, it is said that 18 gunas should match with each other. If the matching gunas are above 27, then the match is considered to be suitable for marriage. But, if the sum of the matching gunas is or less than 18, then marriage is not advised.

Marriage Matching: Know Doshas and Yogas in Kundli

There is another thing that the astrologer needs to keep in mind while calculating the gunas (Marriage Matching) is the presence of Manglik Dosha (evil effects of the planet Mars), Kaal Sarp Dosha (when all the planets are gathered in between Rahu and Ketu) in the horoscopes of the prospective bride and groom. That’s the reason why people are suggested to take precaution before getting married. No one wants to take a step back when it comes to taking the important decision of your life, and everyone wants to lead a happy married life. Hence, these are some aspects that need to be carefully calculated to ensure that the couple leads a happy married life.