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After the birth of a newborn baby in a hindu family, the first thing they probably do is get a Kundali prepared for the child. Kundali for Indians is even more important than the birth certificate itself. A kundali chart or birth chart is an astrological diagram which is then used to evaluate the future of that child. This chart depicts planetary angles and astrological positions at the time of the child’s birth. This is further calculated to analyse several aspects of their life.
So Why Do Janam Kundali Charts Hold Significance In Our Life?
In what ways does kundali charts affect us? There are a total of 12 houses in the kundali chart. Each house can accommodate one heavenly body. Also, each house corresponds to specific areas of life.
For instance, the first house signifies life, longevity, self, health, nature and appearance of the child like complexion, vitality, sorrows, gains and profits to younger brothers and his friends. It governs the head and face.
The heavenly body present in the said house signifies how the individual’s life will go on in that area. These heavenly bodies change their positions from time to time. Thus, your daily horoscope changes. The change depends on which planet comes in which one of the 12 houses in the kundali chart.
Further detailed horoscope information for a specific person can be calculated for particular transits by astrologers, when given birth details. This is done by seeing the most initial planet which was present in the house. Then, they calculate which planet will be more strong. If a strong (and good) planet comes in, life in that area will be good and vice versa. Ganeshaspeaks will provide you with your personalized handwritten Janampatri
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What Exactly Is A Kundali House Chart?
A kundali chart is divided into 12 houses of 30 degrees each to complete a total of 360 degrees and further divided into 27 Nakshatras. Each Nakshatras are further divided into four charans or padas. Planets at the time of your birth as seen from the place of birth according to their physical alignment are recorded in the kundali chart. There are a total of nine planets in the astrology chart namely Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu. Although Rahu and Ketu are nodes of the earth but are treated as planets for all astrological purposes.
Being Free From Shani Dosha
The effects of Shani (Saturn) matter the most among all other planets because it influences a person’s life immensely. Quite often, Shani casts its negative shadow because it is significantly dependent on a person’s Karma. Thus, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the ill-effects of Shani are directly proportional to our bad Karma.
A person with Shani Dosha
may face health issues or observe a loss in business. The ill-effects may vary from person to person depending on the position of the various planets and Nakshatras in his/her kundali chart. This could be foreseen in the chart reading and the effects could be mildly prevented with effective astrological remedies.
||Personality, Appearance, temperament, ego, new beginnings and your outlook towards life
||Finance, inheritance, eating habits
||Communication like thinking and talking, Younger siblings, courage
||Home environment, your parents especially your mother, the impact of your mother in your early days of childhood, luxuries, materialistic things
||It governs your self-expression. Education, children, karma of past life.
||It depicts fitness, diet, health issues, hygiene, helpfulness and your services to others including animals and enemies
||It governs business partnerships, business deals, contracts, marriage, life partners
||Deals with death and reincarnation
||It dominates the higher mind, the development of your mind and expansion of your horizons and luck
||This house represents your father and the way he has influenced you throughout your childhood, profession
||This house describes the roles that you undertake throughout your lifetime be it as a husband, partner, wife, friend or a businessman, also depicts your relationship with elder siblings
||Matters related to the psyche, prisons, hospitals are all a representation of confinement towards the unknown, distant travelling and losses
A kundali chart or Janampatrika is the map of your journey in life. The position of the ascendant, signs, houses and planets in the kundali determines the incidents that take place in your life. The incidents in your life cannot be changed completely but their auspiciousness can be maintained if you are capable of keeping your karma in check. You can get your kundali chart analysed for free
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The free kundli you generate includes Birth chart which shows the 12 houses and the position of planetary bodies in each house, Vimsottari Dasha, Antardashas, Mahadashas and it effect on native, Paryantra dasha Timings, Varga charts.
Kundali Birth Chart Matching
Marriages are considered as the most auspicious events in Indian culture and Indians being skeptical about almost everything, don’t want to take any chance. Thus, janam kundali chart matching or kundali milan plays an important role in finding an ideal life partner for most of the population in India. You cannot underestimate the power of kundali matching
After all, it was considered as one of the bases for a strong and happy marriage in the earlier generations. Even in the 21st century, matching of kundalis is the first step in matrimonial discussions to ensure a harmonious bond among the couple.
When the Kundali is matched between two people, their compatibility, progress in life, happiness, family, health issues and mind-set between them for a healthy life is revealed. If there are to be any hurdles in the future, rituals and remedies could be performed to eliminate them as well.
When solutions come simple, people tend to ignore them. Thinking it to be boring and lame because they have been infested with a mentality that a real solution comes with struggle. This way of thinking tends to demonize the healing of the situation Kundali matching provides.