What is Nadi Koota
Nadi Koota is the eighth and the most important horoscope compatibility (Kundali matching) factor in the Ashtakoot matching done during marriages. It carries 8 points, the maximum among the eight compatibility factors that make for Ashtakoot matching. Nadi Koota reveals the physical and physiological matching between the prospective bride and groom. Also, it matches their hereditary factors. It describes the three doshas – vata, pitta and kapha. Vata is called the Aadi Nadi, pitta is the Madhya Nadi, and kapha is the Antya Nadi.
In Vedic astrology, one Nadi is assigned to each of the 27 Nakshatras. This means there are 9 Nakshatras belonging to Aadi Nadi, 9 in Madhya Nadi and 9 in Antya Nadi. Nadi Koota compatibility is considered excellent if the couple scores 8 points. This happens when the Nadi of the male is different from that of the female. If the Nadi of male and female are the same, then the matching brings 0 points, and the marriage will end in disaster. This is called Nadi dosha. The major effect of Nadi Dosha is the birth of children with health issues. It also affects love and attraction between the couples leading to conflict in married life.
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Nadi Koota Maha Dosha remedies
There are three types of Nadi doshas. They are Aadi Nadi dosha, Madhya Nadi dosha and Antya Nadi dosha. Each Nadi dosha causes a certain kind of mismatch in marriages. Aadi Nadi dosha will result in a lack of dedication, Madhya Nadi dosha will cause quarrels, and Antya Nadi dosha will cause a lack of cooperation. Nadi dosha can be ignored if the prospective couple belongs to the same Moon sign or Rashi. Nadi dosha gets cancelled if both the male and female have the same birth nakshatra, but the Pada (part or quarter) is different. In other cases, Nadi Koota Maha Dosha remedies are available in the following ways:
- Using gemstones
- Through Nadi nivarana puja
- Reciting Maha Mrityunjaya mantra for the prescribed number of times
- By having the bride marry Lord Vishnu first and then the groom
- By donating gold, clothes, food, and grains to poor or needy people
Antya Nadi and Madhya Nadi compatibility
The Madhya Nadi is Pitta. Here the energy is radiated to both directions from the middle portion of the body. It is also known as Sushmana Nadi, and it consists of fire and water. The Antya Nadi is Kapha. Here the energy is radiated from the top of the body to the bottom. Also known as Ida Nadi, it consists of earth and water. Madhya Nadi rules the Nakshatras Bharani, Mrigshira, Pushya, Purva Phalguni, Chitra, Anuradha, Purva Shada, Dhanishta, and Uttara Bhadrapada. Antya Nadi rules the Nakshatras Krittika, Rohini, Ashlesha, Magha, Swati, Vishakha, Uttara Shada, Shravana, and Revati.
When Madhya Nadi and Antya Nadi are matched, it gives a score of 8, which is good for the prospective couple. Such a matching means a combination of three different elements, namely fire, earth and water. This represents a sound physical and physiological compatibility. Such marriages will see mutual respect and admiration between husband and wife. Children of good health will be born to them.
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Antya Nadi characteristics
Antya Nadi represents the flow of energy from top to bottom. Its humour is kapha which is a mix of water and earth. A person born to the nakshatras Krittika, Rohini, Ashlesha, Magha, Swati, Vishakha, Uttara Shada, Shravana, and Revati belong to Antya Nadi. Such persons will have problems related to kapha. Kapha is saliva that helps in the chewing and digestion of food. It is liquid energy present inside the body. Kapha problems will lead to problems with the uterus, urinary bladder, gall bladder, kidneys, stomach, blood, spine phlegm, stomach juice and bile juice. Persons born to Antya Nadi usually have a calm demeanour.
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Madhya Nadi characteristics
Madhya Nadi represents the flow of energy from the midportion of the body to the top and the bottom. It is related to Pitta, which is fire energy. A person born to the nakshatras Bharni, Mrigshira, Pushya, Purva Phalguni, Chitra, Anuradha, Purva Shada, Dhanishta, and Uttara Bhadrapada belong to Madhya Nadi. Pitta is indicated by hot elements in the body, like stomach acid. Such persons have a good appetite and are sound sleepers. They are perfectionists and can often be irrational and short-tempered. Dosha effects include insomnia, acid reflux, and loose bowel movements.