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Are you looking for suitable life partner?  If yes, this article may provide some good hints about what to look in to the horoscope of your life partner.  Melapak or Guna Milaap is the most commonly used concept; wherein the compatibility of a marital match is analyzed on the basis of Moon’s disposition in respective horoscopes.   It does serve some purpose; however, I personally prefer to give more value to the planetary influences on the individual horoscope.

Stability, dependability and trust are the prime elements of any relationship; and, this is what one should and would be looking in his/her marital relationships.  The other factors like health, job, status, personality and family back ground etc.  are also important; but become quite useless if one cannot experience stability and trust in marriage.  Sometimes, we may have a weak score in Melapak or Guna-milaap; but still, the positive planetary influences (taking place in the horoscope) have the potency to overcome the in-auspiciousness of Guna-milaap; and, the marriage can be suitable.  This happens when the relevant houses of both horoscopes are well disposed and safe from any significant malefic planetary influences.  On the contrary, even a strong score in Melapak may fail to give desired and/or expected results in marriage.

Out of the twelfth houses of a birth chart; the, second, fourth, fifth, seventh, ninth and twelfth houses governs prominent aspects of marriage and family life.  Besides this, the importance of first house, Navamsha Chart and operating dasa also have a strong say in determining the attributes of marriage and family life of a person. Analyzing all the aspects appropriately is to be done by some professional; and, is not possible at amateur level.  However, some of the aspects can always be judged, even with basic knowledge of vedic astrology.  And, these aspects are related to second and seventh houses of the horoscope.

Having a clean (as much as possible) and supportive auspicious influences on second and seventh houses is must to expect smooth and successful marriage and family life.  The seventh house, as most of the readers are aware of, is primary significator for spouse, marriage and progeny (the primary house for progeny is fifth, however, the seventh house also plays a vital role in this regard).  The second house is also a very prominent house to access marriage, post marital life and stability of the marital bond.  There should be minimum influences of cruel and malefic planets on these two houses and their lords should also be well disposed; else, marriage and family life may remain troubled and challenging.   For best level of identification; these attributes should be checked on both Lagna and Navamsha Charts of prospective groom or bride.

During personal experience of past many years; it has been fairly observed that if these two houses (viz. the second house and seventh house) are under auspicious planetary influences; and, the lords of second and seventh houses are also well disposed; this generates a strong counter against other malefic influences as well as covers up for the weak score in Melapak or Guna-milaap.  And, one may expect a dependable and stable marital relationship. On the contrary, if these two houses (second and seventh) are under inauspicious planetary influences (either in Lagna or Navamsha Chart); the marital relationships remain quite challenging and prone to disaster (irrespective of the strength and disposition of other planets and houses).

Thus, while selecting a suitable marital match; always look at these two houses (in both Lagna and Navamsha Charts) and you can decide accordingly.

  2 Responses to “Identify Suitable Match | Marriage Compatibility”

  1. I am santhosh Kiran DOB 15-07-1982 08.05 pm kakinada ap
    When shall I get married

  2. Dear Sir, My name is Radhika my date of birth is 07/08/1987 my birth time is 06:17am. I am married to a Taurus. Can you please analyze about divorce, second marriage. I am worried about getting married in sadesatti.


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