Kundli chart are a term that I’m sure almost everyone has heard of at some point in their lives. We have a basic idea that it has something to do with the signs of the zodiac or the sun and the moon. Well, you are right, but there is much more to it and today I am going to dig deep and tell you all the little details about the Kundli Chart.
What are Kundli Charts?
Kundli represents the position of the planets at the exact time of a certain event such as a birth, wedding or celebration. Kundli is most often called a horoscope in English. It helps a person to find the influence of the planets, Sun and Moon on his life. Kundli charts are used to determine the best time for anything from a festival to celebrating an auspicious incident and also help predict (simply put) luck and bad luck in a person’s life. This is the recording of sensitive angles and positions of celestial bodies at a given time.
Several newspapers and now online articles feature weekly or daily horoscopes which are interpretations of the Sun, stars and planetary positions during a given day or week and how that would affect a particular person’s life depending on their zodiac sign. In Hindu religion, Kundli charts are mainly based on the movement of stars and moon and any ritual or event is always performed keeping in mind whether the stars are in the right place or not. The kundli chart also has a great influence on Hindu marriages where the bride and groom compare their kundli to determine whether they are compatible or not and if not, in some cases they are not. allowed to marry.
According to Hindu astrology, Janma Kundli, i.e. kundali birth chart, is consider the most important of all. Kundli’s birth chart determines a person’s entire life and influences every event in his life. If you need kundali chart by date of birth contact our expert astrologer.
What benefits of Kundli Charts?
Kundli charts in Hindu astrology play a significant role in a person’s life. The Kundli chart can be say to be the foundation of Hindu astrology.
Do you remember the role of Pandit in every Hindu family marriage? It doesn’t matter how advanced and modern the family is, even today everyone goes for a proper Pandit’s advice before taking any important decision in life, be it a wedding, a traditional ritual in the house or a Griha Pravesh. series of events where a Hindu family always takes the advice of Kulguru. All these important events are based on a person’s Kundli chart according to Hindu astrology. In fact, the movements of the Sun, Moon and other planets have a great influence on a person’s life, both positively and negatively. Whatever happens in a person’s life is just the result of actions and reactions of what we call “karma”, but there is no scale that actually defines good or bad karma, and Kundli shows all the events that happen in our lives.
Be that as it may, we should respect the faith of our ancestors and follow the path they showed us; in the end, it comes down to “luck”. If you ask me, there are many experiences face by previous generations which were true according to Kundli, so if you want to predict some important events of your life like marriage, work, business, birth, etc. it is always better to follow astrologer instructions as per your Kundli. With the help of an astrologer, future life complications and unseen problems can either be solve or can be limit to some extent based on the movements of our planet, and the Griha Dasha mention in the Kundli.
Now that we know how important a role Kundli charts play in our lives, let’s discover the elements that form the basis of Kundli charts and all the things that are take into account when examining Kundli charts.
Kundli Chart Elements?
There are several elements in Hindu astrology that are extremely significant. These elements are the twelve (Rashi) signs of the zodiac, twenty-seven Nakshatras, Dashas, nine Grahas, Bhavas, Gochars and Drishti.
Let’s start with the most famous element, the zodiac signs.
Zodiac Signs (Rashis):
There are twelve Rashis, the signs of the zodiac
- Aries (Mesha)
- Bull (Vrishabha)
- Gemini (Mithun)
- Crab (Karka)
- Lion (Simha)
- Virgo (Kanya)
- Libra (Tula)
- Scorpio (Vrishchika)
- Sagittarius (Dhanusha)
- Capricorn (Makara)
- Aquarius (Kumbha)
- Pisces (Meena)
Nakshatras refer to the 27 astronomical divisions of the ecliptic path that help identify several important properties and are used to decode Kundli charts. They play a significant role in our lives; The 27 Nakshatras are:
- Purva Shada
Dasha means position and time of planets. As we know, each planet affects a person’s life in a good or bad way, depending on the placement, dominance and time of their presence in that person’s kundli.
According to Hindu astrology, there are nine Grahas or planets that influence a person’s Kundli chart and are collectively called Navgrahas. The nine Grahas are:
- The Sun (Surya)
- Moon (Chandra)
- Mercury (Buddha)
- Venus (Shukra)
- Mars (Mangal)
- Jupiter (Brahaspati)
- Shani (Saturn)
Bhavas means 12 houses in Kundli chart. These are Lagna bhava, Dhana bhava, Brother bhava, Shukha bhava, Putra bhava, Shatru bhava, Kalatra bhava, Ayur bhava, Labha bhava and Vjaya bhava. Graha positions in these bhavas decide its positive or negative impact on a person’s life by matchmaking kundli.
Gochars depict the movements of a planet from one house to another. For example, at the time of birth, the position of these planets (Grahas) is fixed, but throughout life they are constantly moving, which again affects our lives.
Drishti means ‘to see towards’, here it means Drishti Graha. Not only Graha’s position matters but also Drishti Grahas are equally important to know the correct outcome of life’s contingencies.
These were the elements that are taken into consideration while analyzing the Kundli charts of a person. Next, I will answer a few questions that people have regarding Kundli Charts.