Nadi Dosh Puja
In Vedic astrology, "Nadi Dosh" refers to an incompatibility or dosha (defect) that is assessed during the process of Kundli matching or horoscope matching for marriage. Nadi is one of the eight factors considered in Guna Milan, a system used for compatibility analysis.
Nadi represents the pulse or energy channels in the body, and it is categorized into three types: Adi (beginning), Madhya (middle), and Antya (end). Each person is classified under one of these Nadis based on the Nakshatra (lunar mansion) of the Moon at the time of their birth.
The presence of Nadi Dosh is considered unfavorable for marriage compatibility, and it is believed to bring challenges and difficulties in married life. The general principle is that if the Nadi of the prospective bride and groom is the same, it is considered a Nadi Dosh, and it is often advised to avoid such marriages.
The three Nadis are:
Adi Nadi: Ashwini, Bharani, and Krittika Nakshatras fall under Adi Nadi.
Madhya Nadi: Rohini, Mrigashira, and Ardra Nakshatras fall under Madhya Nadi.
Antya Nadi: Punarvasu, Pushya, and Ashlesha Nakshatras fall under Antya Nadi.
For a successful match, it is generally recommended that the Nadi of the prospective bride and groom should be different to avoid Nadi Dosh.
Vedic Astrology priests will perform your Puja as per the Vedic procedure. Please mention your birth details (name, date, time, and place of birth), & Sankalp (your wish) at checkout. This is an individual Puja (you may book puja only on your name or include your near/dear ones in your puja).