Kundli matchmaking is significant because Indians morally believe that when two people get married, their life becomes one, and therefore their kundlis will also affect each other. The 36 gunas that are matched will test if the partners are compatible with each other, and if they are not, an astrologer can recommend remedies to deal with the unfortunate mismatch. Kundli matchmaking or ‘milan’ also has the potential to gauge their personality traits such as temper, mindsets, interests, behaviour, attitude, etc, and can predict if these traits will work with the traits of their partner’s or not.
A family is only complete when the parents bear a child, therefore it becomes important to see if the kundlis of both the parents compliments each other enough to show if they will conceive a child or not. The eight guna- naadi, carries maximum points to predict whether a couple will have a child or not, therefore people who wish to want a child in the future should check their kundlis to see if they are compatible with each other. It should be mentioned that in certain cases, the birth of a child under specific positions of the stars and planets may create a ‘dasha’ in one’s kundli, and these dasha’s are known to bring obstacles in one’s life. An astrologer may give remedies the reduce the effects of dasha, but in extreme cases, it might be advised to not go ahead with the marriage if great incompatibility is detected.
A kundli milan not only predicts the compatibility of two partners in a marriage, but also takes into consideration aspects such as effect on job, life of the partner, life of marriage etc. Kundli milan may not hold concrete proof of what a married couple will face in their life, but when we consider that millions of Indians get their Kundli matchmaking done, the compatibility of kundlis definitely might hold some weight. If you and your partner plan to tie the knot, then get your kundli matched today!