NameEnter name of the person whose birthchart/jaatakam/kundali is to be done.
BirthdateEnter the birthdate of the person. Please verify this information. Exact birthdate is required.
BirthtimeEnter the birthtime of the person in 24 hour format. If the birth is after 12 noon then add 12 to the hours. For example: 13:00 for 1:00 PM, 14:00 for 2:00 PM, 23:00 for 11:PM. For midnight 12:00 use 00:00.
LMT:The standard time came into effect after 1900 or so in many parts of the world. Before local time was in effect. If you are trying to ener birthtime of a person born before 1900 then most likely it will be LMT. But double check records. Mostly this box should be unchecked.
CountrySelect the birth country from the drop down selection box.
StateIf your birth country is the United States then this drop down selection box is automatically enabled. For other countries you need only the birth country and birth city information.
CityEnter first few characters of your birth city. You'll be given a drop down selection box. please select your birth city from there. For Bombay use Mumbai, for Bangalore use Bengaluru, for Madras use Chennai, likewise you can try the alternate names.
Timezone:Countries east of London (GMT) will have a positive time difference from GMT. This is dependent on the longitude. Every country has a standard one or more timezone depending on the chosen longitudes. For countries like America and Australia, we have multiple timezones. For countries west of london will have a negative time difference from London (GMT). Most online software select -5.0 for America which is wrong. This field will be automatically updated based on your city you've entered. Please double check this information.
DST/WartimeEuropean countries, America, Australia and other countries oberseve daylight saving. This means the clock will be advanced to one hour during summer as sun rises early. During the winter time the clock is switched back to normal standard time. Now when this happens depends on government rules. The dates may change every year. Please validate this information from appropriate government authorities. We have provided daylight saving information here which will be updated automatically. We reply on data provided to us and for birth past 1970s we may not have accurate daylight saving information. For which you might need to talk to appropriate government authorities of your county/country. Not every state in united state observe daylight saving. Arizona doesn't observe daylight saving. Certain counties in United states didn't follow daylight and certain adjustant counties did. Hence it is very important to obtain this information from correct authorities. Wartime was in effect during the second world war and also when a country enters a war with another one. Please check with the local authorities at the time of birth to obtain this information.
LongitudeEnter longitude of your birth place. This will be updated automatically, depending on your birth city. Longitudes are either east and west of GMT. They decide the standard and localtime.
LatitudeLatitude run north and south of equator. Every location on the earth will have an intersection of longitude and latitude. Think it like a grid over earth. This will be updated automatically when you enter city. Please double check the information.
AyanamshaThe differnce between the origin of the fixed zodiac and the tropical zodiac. Defining the zodiac is the big problem and people have tried to solve it. The sky around earth is divided into 12 equal parts. Each part is a zodiac. The earth is tilted to roughly 23 degrees, and circles around sun with the tilt pointing towards or away from sun. Earth also rotates on its own axis. The precession of the equinoxes refers to the precession of Earth's axis of rotation with respect to inertial space. As the earth precesses every year the imaginary point of begining of zoadic also slides by say roughly 50 seconds a year. This is measured with reference to some fix star. This precession of the equinoxes gives a birth to ayanamsha. It is the difference between the tropical zodiac and the nirayana zodiac. So people in the past have tried to pinpoint exact location of fixed zodiac in the past. As They haven't agreed on which it should be we have various opinions. Most widely used are Lahiri (Default) also known as chitrapaksha. According to this the fixed or sidereal zodiac starts exactly 180 degrees from chitra (the spica) star. That origin is called nirayana mesha arambha bindu.