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Making Sense Of The Kalyan Chart Results: Tips And Tricks

 The Kalyan Chart is a powerful tool to understand the relationship between planets and houses. If used correctly, it can guide you in deciding which planets are most beneficial for you and which ones may cause problems. 

However, it is easy to misinterpret the results of this chart—or even miss them completely! In this post, we’ll cover some common mistakes people make when reading their Kalyan Chart Result so that you can avoid them in your own readings.

Different Types of Results

In order to understand the results, you need to know what kind of results they are.

  • Results based on closing prices: These are your typical daily returns and indicate how much money you would have made or lost if you had sold your shares at the end of each day.
  • Results based on opening prices: The opposite of closing price results, these show how much money you would have made or lost if you had bought shares at their opening price instead of selling them later in the day (or week).
  • Results based on the previous day’s closing prices: If there was no trading activity in a particular stock over two days, then it will show up as “NA” for both those days’ returns–but don’t worry about this too much because most stocks do trade regularly!

Interpreting the Results

You can also use the chart to determine if a number is auspicious or not. If it’s a single-digit number, it’s an odd number and considered inauspicious. If it’s a double-digit or triple-digit number (or four-digit), then that means it’s either auspicious or special.

The following table lists all the possible combinations:

  • Single digit – Odd Number
  • Double-digit – Even Number
  • Triple-digit – Special Number
  • Four digits – Auspicious Number

Avoiding Misinterpretations

Here are some things to keep in mind when interpreting the results:

  • Check the date range. If you’re looking at daily data, you need to make sure that it’s from the same day and not from two different days.
  • Check how many results there are for each category–for example, if you’re looking at restaurants with an average review score over 4 stars and only one restaurant has popped up on your list (and it’s not even close), then something strange probably happened during that particular search session.
  • Be aware of the time of day and source of data–if someone else is searching or browsing while you’re doing so, there may be another reason why their results differ from yours! Or perhaps they were searching in different places (e.g., state vs national).
  • Type of result: Is this an aggregate rating? Or did someone actually visit this place? The former will show up no matter where or when; however, if it’s just one person’s opinion about something specific (like “I went here yesterday”), then obviously that won’t help us much because we don’t know whether other people agreed with him/her or not.”


We hope this article has helped you to better understand the kalyan chart result. We also recommend that you check out our other articles on the subject, which cover more in-depth topics such as interpreting your results and avoiding misinterpretations.


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