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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2009) The Jupiter planetary post at the Shwedagon Pagoda, with the representative vehicle of the rat underneath. The Burmese zodiac is a traditional Burmese zodiac used in Burma.[1] incorporating knowledge from the skies and the animal kingdom. This ancient branch of astrology is called Mahabote (မဟာဘုတ်, coming from Pali maha bhuta မဟာဘူတ) meaning "little vessel" or "little key" and is believed to be a branch off from the larger Hindu astrological system. It is believed to have been introduced by Indian Brahmins.[2] Myanmar astrology is based on the number eight, representing cosmic balance. It is believed that the number eight reflects the harmony in energy, which keeps away any sort of imbalance. Astrological system The essential elements of eight in Myanmar: Eight Planetary Energies Eight Days of the Week Eight Cardinal Directions Eight Burmese Zodiac Animal Signs Zodiac signs The Burmese zodiac is based on the day one was born. Day of week Ruling planet Planetary vehicle Ruling direction Sunday Sun Garuda (ဂဠုန် galone) Northeast Monday Moon Tiger (ကျား kya) East Tuesday Mars Lion (ခြင်္သေ့ chinthe) Southeast Wednesday morning Mercury Tusked elephant (ဆင် hsin) South Wednesday afternoon Rahu Tuskless elephant (ဟိုင်း haing) Northwest Thursday Jupiter Rat (ကြွက် kywet) West Friday Venus Guinea pig (ပူး pu) North Saturday Saturn Naga (နဂါး naga) Southwest References ^ "Myanmar-Burmese Zodiac Animal Signs". http://www.whats-your-sign.com/burmese-zodiac-animal-signs.html.  ^ http://www.myanmarmtetours.com/myanmar_planetary_post.htm