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Din Koota Gives Information about the Future of a Marriage


Marriage is an integral part of human life. Marriage is not just an occasion but it is a symbol of promise, faith, responsibility and love between two people. According to Vedic principles a girl should be handed to an able groom in her youth. Parents are serious about their kid’s marriage. Vedic astrology considers ‘Kanya Daan’ as a virtuous deed.
 
Kundli matching for marriage is practiced in our Indian society. Parents and guardians consult astrologers to match the kundlis of boy and girl and assess the positive and negative factors of their birth charts. Through this astrologer determines the ‘Gunns’ matching in both kundlis.
 
The maximum number of Gunas is a positive sign for their marriage and life afterwards whereas fewer Gunas may turn things odd. Gunns are used for determining the relationship between the couple, their financial stability, professional life, children, domestic life and longevity.
 
South Indian astrologers determine Beeskoota for marriage matching where Din Koota is also a vital factor. Astrology says that a nakshatra month has 27 days and Moon covers a distance of a nakshatra in a day, which is known as nakshatra day or a Din Koota. In this article we will discuss about the method of matching kundlis from Din Koota and its impact on the marriage.
 
In Din Koota the husband’s nakshatra is counted from the wife’s nakshtra. There are 3 circles each made of 9 nakshatras, thus completing 27 nakshatras.
 
A nakshatra circle has a series of 9 nakshatras in the pattern of:

  • 1. Death
  • 2. Love
  • 3. Danger
  • 4. Happiness
  • 5. Sorrow
  • 6. Wealth
  • 7. Disease
  • 8. Child
  • 9. Friendship

 
Astrologers predict the future of married life from the distance of the groom’s nakshatra from the bride’s nakshatra, while matching their gunns from kundlis. For example Rohini is the girl’s nakshatra and Punarvasu is the nakshatra of the groom, after counting we see that husband’s nakshatra is the 4th nakshatra from wife’s which means that they will have a happy and prosperous married life.
 
Some astrologers believe that in Din Koota future prediction is possible by counting from husband’s nakshatra. But in this case Vipat and Vadtara turn out malefic amongst 3 nakshatra cycles.
 
Astrology says that it is excellent if the result obtained is 0 or any even number after dividing the sum by 9 while counting the number of nakshatra from either husband or wife’s birth nakshatra. In this way if the result is any odd number then it may be a negative indication for the married life of the couple. But the married couple can get relief of the malefic impact of Din Koota if their kundlis have the guns of Graha Maitri or Yoni Maitri.

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