Importance Of Lagna Chart in Astrology
In Astrology, the ascendant rising on the Eastern horizon when an individual is born is known as the “Lagna”. Lagna is almost completely accurate due to its dynamics and regular changes every two hours. Also called the first house, it is determined in the horoscope by clockwise circulation, while the rest of the houses are determined by counterclockwise movement.
People with the same moon sign (or even more) can still have different ascendants, even though their moon signs are the same. Also, two individuals with identical Sun signs or Moon signs might still have different Lagna in the same way. This is due to the fact that the Sun resides in the sign for around 30 days and traverses through one degree in the day, whereas the Moon resides for around 2.25 days inside the sign. However, the ascendant only resides there for about 2 hours at a time.
According to Vedic Hindu astrology, the entire solar system is divided into nine planets, twenty-seven stars, and nine planets. All predictions must be made only based on this division.
During the natal period, the earth’s rotation is the main influence on the natal chart. 24 hours pass by in 24 hours during which the earth rotates (completes its rotation). In other words, every zodiac sign can be given two hours in the day (24 divided by 12). So, the Lagna Kundli can be considered equivalent to the birth chart. In total, there are 12 boxes on each end as well as one in the middle. The boxes represent a total of 12 units of 12 houses. The Vedic astrology system takes birth sites into consideration when predicting future events.