# Finding out the Radical Number

Here, the theory of finding out the Radical number is described. The number is found out by the date of birth of a person. It can be found by Janma Tithi also, if the date of birth of the native is not available. Suppose that the date of birth of a native is 1, then his Radical number will be 1. likewise, the Radical number will be Likewise, the Radical number of a native born on 2 will be 2,3 of 3, 4 of 4, 5 of 5, 6 of 6, 7 of 7, 8 of 8 and that of a native born on 9 the Radical number will be 9. However, the Radical number of a person born 10 will be 1+0=1 Likewise, if the date of birth of a person is 11, his Radical number will be 1+1=2, 3 of a person born on 12 (1=2=3), 4 of whose date of birth is 13(1+3=4), 5 of who was born on 14 (1+4=5), 6 of born on 15 (1+5=6); 7 of whose date of birth is 16 (1+6=7), 8 of born on 17(1+7=8), 9 of 18(1+8=9), 10 of 19 (1+9=10), 2 of 20 (2+0=2), 3 of 21 (2+1=3), 4 of 22 (2+2=4), 5 of 23 (2+3=5), 6 of 24 (2+4=6), 7 of 25 (2+5=7), 8 of 26 (2+6=8), 9 of 27 (2+7=9), 10 of 28 (2+8=10) i.e. 1 (1+0=1), 11 of 29 (2+9=11) i.e. 2 (1+1=2), 3 of 30 (3+0=3), 4 of 31 (3+1=4) and so on.

There is one more method for finding out the Radical number of a person. There are 30 days in a month and the month begins from the first day i.e. Pratipada of Shukla Paksha. The number of Pratipada after Purnima will be 16, 17 of Dwitiya, 18 of Tritiya. This way the number of Amavasya Tithi will be 30. So, there are 15 Tithis in Shukla Paksha from its Pratipada to Purnima i.e. from 1 to 15. Likewise, in Krishna Paksha also there are 15 Tithis from its Pratipa to Amavasya i.e. 16 to 30. These days, the Roman numbers are accepted everywhere to be used. But if the Roman date of birth is not available, then prediction can be made by Radical number found on the basis of Tithi.

An easy way to find out the Radical number of a number is that it (the number) should be divided by 9, the quotient will be the Radical number. In case, the quotient is 0, then 9 will be the Radical number. A detailed description in this regard is given below.  