It is strongly believed that even if the matching points or the Guna Milan score is high, one should not marry in the same Nadi. This will seriously affect the married life and family happiness. There is also danger and health issues to the progeny.
There are 28 matching points if we subtract 8 points which are prescribed for Nadi. Incidentally when there is zero in front of Nadi it is considered a dosha. However the point that I’m making is that inspite of the high score we see that is 28 out of 36 total points, marriage is not recommended since there is a Nadi Dosha.
There is another very important reason because of which marriage between the same Nakshatras is not recommended. Such people are likely to have the same planetary period. This is very important to note as the Dasha period is considered from the birth Nakshatra. Therefore if the planets are well placed both will have good time, but if they are ill placed then both will have bad time simultaneously. Good or Bad effects will thus get multiplied. Good effects are welcome though, but the ill effects may become difficult to bear.
As a Vedic astrologer with past experience of more than 15 years in astrology reading, especially relationship and horoscope matching, please note that high matching points in Guna Milan are not a guarantee to happy married life. The most important is the placements of the planets in the natives horoscopes. If your 7th house and the lord is strong and the karka which is Venus in a female chart and Jupiter in a male chart are strong and well placed, the native will be bestowed with marital happiness. A Grah Milan which is matching of the planets is more important than Guna Milan and remedies for any dosha in kundli Milan like Nadi, Mangal, Bhakoot should be done before solemnizing marriage.
Below is the Division of Nakshatras according to Nadi
The 27 Nakshatra are divided into three categories called Nadis. The three Nadies are:
- Adya – It means beginning, Ashwini is the first amongst Adya Nadi Nakshatras.
- Madhya – It means middle, Bharani is the first among Madhya Nadi Nakshatras.
- Antya – It means end. Krittika is the first amongst the Antya Nadi Nakshatras.
Below is the List of Nakshtras and how they are divided in various Nadi Categories:
AADYA: Ashwini (1st NAkshatra) , Ardra (6th Nakshatra), Punarvasu (7th Nakshtra), Uttara Phalguni (12th Nakshtra), Hasta (13th Nakshtra), Jyeshtha (13th Nakshtra), Moola (19th Nakshtra), Shatabhisha (24 Nakshtra), P.Bhadra (25th Nakshtra)
Madhya: Bharna (2nd Nakshtra), Mrigashira (5th Nakshtra), Pushya (8th Nakshtra), P. Phalguni (11th Nakshtra), Chitra(14th Nakshatra), Anuradha (17th Nakshtra), P. Ashadh (20th Nakshatra), Dhanishtha (24th Nakshtra), Uttara Bhadra (26)
Antya: Krittika (3rd Nakshtra), Rohini (4th Nakshatra), Ashlesha (9th Nakshatra), Makha (10th Nakshatra), Swati (15th Nakshatra), Vishakha (16th Nakshatra), UAshadh (21th Nakshatra), Shravana (22nd Nakshatra), Revati (27th Nakshatra)
Contrary to what remedies you will get online which includes puja done from Brahmins etc. Many people do not understand the concept of Nadi and what is its importance. Why it is important that there is no Nadi dosha during Kundli Milan. If I can explain in a simple way, Nadi is like a blood group which are based upon vata pitta kapha and it is believed that mixing of the bloods is good for avoiding miscarriage during pregnancy and having healthy children. Marriage in Nadi dosha should be done only if there is no Nadi Paad Vedha.
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