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Then there is the Maithili, Oriya or the Bengali style (used in parts of the country, like Andhra also). The Maithili, Oriya or the Bengali style

Model_Exercise_1_1

 

Note : Here too the form is fixed like the south Indian horoscope.

Note : But the movement or direction is like the north Indian horoscope.

Special Note: I have deliberately mentioned two numbers, the first is the fixed number like 1 for Mesha, 2 for Vrisha etc. Then I have renumbured the house, starting with the Lagna as the first house. In this re-arranged scheme the counting is done thus:

 

 

 1st

 2nd

 3rd

 4th

 5th

 6th

 Mesha

 1

 2

 3

 4

 5

 6

 Lagna

 10

 11

 12

 1

 2

 3



 

   7th  8th  9th  10th  11th  12th
 Mesha  7 8  9  10  11 12
 Lagna  4  5  6  7  8  9

 

Example Horoscope

Note : In the north Indian form the lagna is not shown, as it has always to remain at the top centre. For instance, here the Lagna is Simha (number 5)

Note : In the north Indian form the lagna is not shown, as it has always to remain at the top centre. For instance, here the Lagna is Simha (number 5)

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