There is an important ritual of matching horoscopes of the bride and groom before marriage. This is done to see if the couple is astrologically compatible and for matching the koota. One important Gun koota, which is also matched in a horoscope, is Nadi. If Nadi dosh exists in one’s horoscope, it is not a good sign and couple should not get married.
What is Nadi?
According to the Vedic Astrology, Nadi is one the 8 kootas or broad aspects, which are analysed or matched to find out if the marriage is a perfect match or not. These 8 kootas of kundali Milan holds a total of 36 gunas or points, out of which Nadi gun has been assigned 8 points. This is the maximum number of points, which are given to any of the 8 kootas. This describes the importance of Nadi while matching horoscopes.
Types of Nadi:
Basically, in Vedic astrology, there are main three types of nadis, which are the Aadi (or dirst) Nadi, Madhya (or middle) Nadi and antar/antya (last) Nadi. These symbolise the three basic qualities or prakrities of the Vaat, pit and kapha resp.. These qualities are described in the ancient and well-tested Indian medicinal system of Ayurveda.
What is Nadi Dosh?
For a perfect married couple, the nadi of the proposed groom and bride should be different. In horoscope matching, Nadis of the same type gets zero count. This count is known as Nadi dosh. The compatibility is based on the Nakshatra occupied by Moon in the natal chart of the proposed bride and groom. The Nadi match judges the compatibility between these to horoscope and matches psychological, physical and mental factors.
Impacts of Nadi Dosh:
Depending on the intensity of the Nadi dosha in a couple’s match making report, the effects could vary. However, some of the bad effects, which can be faced by married couples, are:
There would be no love between the couple
- Couples could face health related problems
- Attraction between the couples may decrease
- Troubled married life
- Possibility of infertility in marriage
- Birth of weak or impaired children