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Why does marriage fail even after matching charts?

When we focus only on matching the qualities (guna) in the horoscope for marriage, we might overlook the problems (dosha) in the chart. Matching qualities alone are not enough if the horoscope has severe marriage-related issues.

Even if most qualities match, a marriage can end in a bad relationship or separation. Sometimes, a successful marriage can be a matter of chance if both husband and wife have good horoscopes without issues related to marriage.

Traditionally, horoscope matching is done based on the placement of the Moon’s Nakshatra (birth star) first, and other criteria are checked later.

To better understand, we need to analyze the charts holistically at five levels: physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual, and intellectual.

Matching only based on the Moon’s placement might lead to divorces because each horoscope has its desires and necessities. We must check if they synchronize and are compatible and consider their patience and compromise levels, which are crucial for a successful modern family lifestyle.

What is Gun Milan in Kundli matching for marriage?

Gun Milan, also known as Gunas or Ashtakoot Milan, is a traditional method of Kundli matching used in Vedic astrology for assessing the compatibility of two individuals for marriage. In Gun Milan, the birth charts (Kundlis) of the prospective bride and groom are compared based on eight different parameters, known as ”Kootas” or ”Gunas.” Each parameter is assigned a certain number of points, and the total points obtained from all eight Kootas determine the overall compatibility between the couple.

The eight Kootas and their assigned points are as follows:

Varna (1 point): This Koota measures the spiritual development and compatibility of the couple.

Vashya (2 points): It indicates the dominance and control one partner may have over the other.

Tara (3 points): This Koota assesses the health and well-being of the couple after marriage.

Yoni (4 points): It indicates the sexual compatibility and harmony between the couple.

Graha Maitri (5 points): This Koota measures the intellectual and emotional compatibility between the partners.

Gana (6 points): It represents the temperament and nature of the couple.

Bhakoot (7 points): This Koota measures the couple’s emotional and family life compatibility.

Nadi (8 points): It indicates the presence of genetic or health-related issues between the couple.

The total points obtained from all eight Kootas can range from 0 to 36. Higher the total points, the better the compatibility. Traditionally, a score of 18 points or above is considered acceptable for marriage. However, it’s important to note that Gun Milan is just one of the factors considered in Kundli matching. Other factors like Mangal Dosha (Mars affliction), planetary positions in the 7th house, and overall compatibility between the couple should also be analyzed to assess marriage compatibility comprehensively.