Marriage is not 50-50, divorce is 50-50. Marriage has to be 100-100. It isn’t dividing everything in half, but giving you’ve got. Thus, while finding your dance partner it is imperative to take utmost care and leave no stone unturned to make sure that all is well planned and that you receive complete divine blessings for your marital bliss.
The first step in this direction is matching the characteristics of the birth charts. This matchmaking is termed as Nakshatra Melapak. As per this tradition, eight kootas are taken into consideration: (i) Varna (ii) Vaishya (iii) Tara (iv) Yoni (v) Graha Maitri (vi) Gana (vii) Bhakoot and (viii) Naadi.
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Detailed Concept behind Naadi Dosha:
Out of the 36 guna or points, 8 points are attached to the naadi. Nadi is the most important Gun Koota for matchmaking. If Nadi Dosha exists marriage should not happen. Every birth chart is divided into three naadis:
Effects of the Naadi Dosha:
Ideally a couple including two individuals pertaining to the same naadi should not tie the knot. Two individuals of the same naadi tend to share common habits and characteristics i.e. activeness, laziness, etc. It has always been believed that opposites attract and should marry. But, two individuals of the same naadi shall share similar life poles and shall repel each other in the long run, leading to stress in the relationship.
Naadi also specifies health in a relationship. A couple pertaining to the same naadi shall become parents to weaker children. Thus, a couple sharing a naadi should not end up sharing their lives.
Two individuals of the same naadi shall marry if:
If the marriage in the same naadi is unavoidable, chants of the mahamrityunjaya Jaap shall prove useful.
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