How are Gun and Gana matched in Kundali?

How are Gun and Gana matched in Kundali?

The "Gun/Guna/Gana" match is essentially determined by the position of the moon in the horoscopes of the bride and groom. The table below summarizes the 8 Kuta (Koota) and 36 Guna involved in Kundli matching, as well as how scoring is done. Marriage Kundali matching is also known as "Ashta Kuta Milan" since the 8 Kutas are matched. The word "kuta" means part of a panchmakrauti (five-elemented metal instrument) and refers to the number of items that make up each element. These include singing girls for the Moon, drummers for Fire, cymbals for Water, conch shells for Earth, and brass instruments for Wind.

The bride's kundali is prepared first by analyzing the positions of all the planets at the time of her birth. Based on this analysis, an expert matches up the Sun in the bride's chart with those of the males who are interested in marrying her. Each pair of stars is given a number from 1 to 8. The numbers are then combined to determine which area of life will be most affected by this marriage. For example, if the Stars indicate that the bride will be lucky in money matters, but not so good-looking, it can be inferred that she will marry for financial reasons.

The groom's kundali is drawn up after the wedding ceremony when he is asked to state his occupation before God. If the groom is a God-fearing person, he should be able to describe his own occupation accurately.

How can I match my kundali?

Kundli or Horoscope Matching When it comes to marriage, matching is crucial... Guna Milan's Importance

Obtained Guna PointsPrediction or Result
18 to 24Average, Acceptable match and recommended for marriage
24 to 32Very Good, successful marriage
32 to 36Excellent Match

Which guna is very important while matching Kundli?

Only Astrology can reveal a person's actual essence by examining their Kundali and planetary alignment. Kundli Matching, when done correctly, may reduce many hurdles and challenges in married life. Ashtakoot Guna Milan is the most widely used way of determining horoscope compatibility for marriage. It involves checking which planets are located in which signs of the zodiac circle. If one or more planets are placed in the 'Daya' (day) portion of their natal chart, then they will likely have an influence over that person.

The Gunas are the three main qualities that make up everyone's character. They are called the "Gunas" because they act like the seeds of a fruit: pungent, bitter, or sweet. Each planet has its own Guna; thus, every individual has three unique qualities about them. The Gunas determine how people relate to each other and what influences they are subject to.

The Gunas are Vatta (hot), Rajas (active), and Tamas (cold). A planet's Guna determines how it affects others as well as how it is affected by other planets. For example, if Mars is vata, then it would be influenced by any of the vata planets (such as Saturn, Jupiter, and Neptune). If Mars is rajas, then it would be influenced by any of the rajas planets (such as Mercury, the Moon, and Vishnu).

What happens if a Rakshasa Gana girl marries a Manushya Gana boy?

According to astrology, Dev and Manushya Gana's marriage can be repaired. Rakshasa Gana, on the other hand, is an unlucky Gana for these two Ganas. When a Rakshasa gana person marries a Deva or Manushya gana person, it is not regarded a favorable union. If the bride and groom both have Manushya Gana, the Gunank will be 6. If the bride has Deva Gana and the groom has Rakshasa Gana, the marriage will end in divorce.

In fact, people with Rakshasa Gana are said to be cursed by God. They will remain unmarried all their lives. However, some Rakshasa gana persons become famous due to their wealth and power while others remain unknown even though they may have married several times.

The marriage of a Deva Gana woman and a Manushya Gana man is also called as Dusadhwani Yagna. In this yagna, both the husband and wife have to follow certain procedures to prove their devotion to each other. First, the woman should worship her husband by visiting various temples with him and giving away all her ornaments. After some time, the husband should do the same for his wife. This should be continued for some time so that both of them learn how to depend on each other completely.

People with Deva Gana are believed to be blessed with beauty, intelligence and fame. These men usually work as officers in the government sector or own businesses.

How many Ganas are there?

The scriptures provide 36 gunas that can be compared. The eight Ashta Koot categories are shown below, along with the number of points assigned to each. It should be noted that the overall amount of points in the Ashta Koot match is 36 Gunas. Each category adds another 12 Gunas to give a total of 48.

Guna: Quality or nature of consciousness; affects how much we know, love, hate, etc. ; ranges from 0 to 3. There are three qualities of consciousness - sattva, rajas, and tamas - which affect our knowledge, attachment, aversion, and memory, respectively. Each quality has its own sub-categories for example, sattva includes bliss, clarity, and lucidity as well as ignorance, desire, and attachment. Rajas includes passion, activity, and inertia while tamas includes darkness, weakness, and unawareness. Each part of our mind possesses one or more of these three qualities so they make up the full list of 36 Gunas.

Ashta Koot: The eight categories that make up the entire collection of Gunas. They are: Sattva, Rajas, Tamas, Satya (Truth), Arrogance (Ishvara), Passion (Kama), Deception (Mithya).

How is Tara Koota used in Kundali matching?

Kundali matching is performed to determine constellation or Nakshatra compatibility. This is crucial in kundali matching. In Indian astrology, there are 27 nakshatras. The boy's nakshatra is subtracted from the girl's nakshatra, and the result is divided by nine. The process is repeated from the girl's birth Nakshatra to the boy's birth Nakshatra. If the number of matches or discrepancies is equal to or greater than three, they have an incompatibility and should not marry.

Tara means "the goddess" and koota means "circle" or "sphere". Thus, Tara Koota refers to the goddess as the center of a circle or sphere that represents her dominion. She is the queen of heaven and earth, and is believed to be the creator of both men and animals. Her husband is Kubera, who is the king of the underworld. They are often shown together with many bags of gold that she has given him in return for his protection.

Tara Koota is the presiding deity for women in their thirties who want to be married off soon. She is also helpful to women who want to marry more than one person at a time.

There is no specific mantra or prayer that can be offered to this deity but rather it is best to honor her by performing actions that you believe will help others.

In Hinduism, people pray for blessings before they begin any important task or project.

What is a Kampilan sword?

Kampilan, Maranao. The Maranao kampilan, or sword, is a single-edged bicuspid weapon with an elegant brass and ivory grip. To embellish the sword handle, there are strands of human hair dangling at the bottom. The blade is about 30 inches long.

In culture, the kampilan symbolizes bravery, strength, and courage. It is said that those who can wield a kampilan will win many battles. Before a war or during battle, the Maranaos would dress up their kampilans in colorful clothes to show off their beauty and attract more victories.

After winning a battle or defeating an enemy, the Maranaos would return their swords to its scabbard with honor. They believe that if you meet your death while holding a kampilan in your hand, you will continue to be victorious even after you're dead.

This belief has made the Maranao people famous all over the world for their unique fighting style. Even today, some Maranao warriors maintain this tradition by wearing their kampilans when they go into battle.

Although most modern kampilans are made out of steel, the traditional one is still made out of brass or silver. Only men are allowed to wear a kampilan because it is believed that women should not fight unless absolutely necessary.

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Elizabeth Rodgers

Elizabeth Rodgers is a world traveler who has lived in Bali where she studied meditation. She is an avid practitioner of yoga and enjoys dancing around in the nature. She loves meeting new people with open minds and helping them find their own personal meaning.

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