Many astrologers predict your life chart based on Dashas and Transit (Gochara). Gochara Phala is the study of planetary movement as per the placement of the Moon in your Natal (Birth) chart.
While predicting Gochara results, the moon plays a significant role and the sign in which your natal moon is placed is termed as your Janam Rasi (Birth sign). Since the planets constantly move from one rasi to another rasi, Gochara results are drawn by interpreting from the natal moon to planets in transit.
On Astrologer Kamal Shastri, we primarily offer you 4 different styles of horoscope charts namely – South Indian, North Indian, East Indian, and Keralite variants. Read along to understand the difference in these charts.
1. North Indian chart – In this chart, the horoscope is calculated anti-clockwise from Ascendant, and a circle that’s divided into 12 divisions/ houses is drawn at the top. The entire horoscope calculation is done based on the Ascendant.
2. East Indian Chart – It works similarly to the North Indian chart and the horoscope is calculated anti-clockwise from Ascendant. The same circle having 12 divisions/houses is drawn skipping the outside circle altogether, as well. In this horoscope chart, Mesh Rashi stays at the top in the Kundli drawn and the calculation is done from Ascendant.
3. South Indian Chart – In here, the calculation is done in the clockwise direction from Ascendant. Unlike other charts, it looks a little rectangular and has the same 12 divisions/houses and is more commonly practised in South India.