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.:☀:12 RASHIS
IN THE GREAT
CIRCLE:☀:.

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12 Rashis in the
Same Great Circle
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Now instead of dividing these 360 degrees by 27 divide them by 12.
Then you will get 12 rashis.

12 Rashis = 27 Nakshatras

1 Rashi = 2 and 1/4 Nakshatras

The space occupied by the 12 rashis is the same space occupied by the 27 nakshatras. Thus each one of us has a janma rasi just like we have a janma nakshatra .

These 12 rashis can be designed in another way of grouping the 27 nakshatras.

12 rasis = 27 nakshatras
1 raasi = 2¼ nakshatras
(27/12 = 2¼).

These 27 nakshatras are grouped under 12 rasis at 2¼ nakshatras per rashis.

A nakshatra can occupy a part of 1 rashi and a part of the next rashis.

This is the case for 9 of the 27 nakshatras.

These 9 are:
Kritika, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Uttara Phalguni, Chitra, Visaka, Uttarashada, Dhanishta and Poorvabhadra are partly in one rasi and partly in another .

But if each nakshatra is divided into 4 equal quarters, a quarter will never occupy more than one rashi.

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