Kundli provides you with Hindu astronomy and astrology horoscopes or birth charts related to planets’ position at a given time from a specific location. In fact, Kundli depicts the layout of the planets at the time of your birth, while also serving as the basis for any associated prediction.
Clean feature lineup and prior settings
The Kundli application’s interface is as simple as it gets. Once started, it asks for your details such as name, sex, birth date, time and place as well as time zone. While this may seem odd to you, for Hindu people it is a well-known, centuries-old prediction practice.
All other options regard various culture-specific terms that refer to spiritual teachers, astronomy terms for precession (the longitudinal difference between the Tropical and Sidereal zodiacs) or the ascending and descending node of the moon through the eyes of the Indian astrology.
Preview the calculated predictions
As soon as you enter the necessary information, you can preview the calculated predictions. This opens up a new window containing various pages with basic details as well as many other charts such as the Sudarshan Chakra, Maitri, Sade Sati, Ashtakvarga, Yogini Pratyantar and even general predictions, planetary position predictions or interpretations of aspects.
Kundli also features a matchmaking section that requires two persons’ details to be filled in for the program to perform the calculations and predictions. This part is somehow different from the first one as the preview button pops up a window with less options like basic details, Nirayana Longitudes and Lagna Kundli, Bhava Chalit, Chalit, Chandra Kundli, Navamsa, Interpretation of Ashta Kootas or Result.
Although Kundli may seem to be just an application created for Indian people, a little study into their astronomy and astrology is required for you to comprehend the basics of the Hindu horoscope. All in all, Kundli is a pretty good piece of software that demands a certain level of knowledge in order to be fully understood.