There are fundamentally three sorts of foreheads depicted in Samudrika Shastra-(उन्नत मस्तक) emblazoned brow-(सामान्य मस्तक), plain brow- (निम्न मस्तक) bring down Head.
Recognizable proof of an Embossed temple
It is a smooth and without imperfections, and the head is positioned marginally above ordinary, with plainly obvious lines.
Recognizable proof of a Plain temple
It is very undifferentiated from the head and face. The lines show up, however are very hard to investigate.
Recognizable proof of a Lower head
It is depressed somewhat inwards and is frequently darker then the skin shading, making the lines very imperceptible ti think about.
Individual with no less than two dull and profound brow lines satisfy 60-65 years. Profound and dull lines are additionally a sign towards individual’s rich identity. The individual will satisfy appreciate acclaim and flourishing; assuming any or both lines are abnormal or captured by any cut, it is an indication that the individual may confront a ton of battle at first.
75 and past
A man, who has three unequivocally obviously lines is accepted to satisfy over 75 years. He/she will appreciate a decent voyage.
In the event that a man with lower head (indented inwards) has light, yet up to 4 lines, it is an indication of satisfying 75 years.
A person with up to 5 lines with a couple cuts means that he/she would appreciate a truly sound life and can go up to see a whole century, i.e. 100 years!
Emblazoned and Lower head
Up to 5 lines on an emblazoned or lower temple, with unmistakably many cuts is not a decent sign. The individual is accepted to have a shorted life.
No obvious lines
On occasion, a man can see positively no lines on their brow and that is an indication that he/she will satisfy 45-50 years and will endure a great deal of issues throughout their life.
Lines touching each other
On the off chance that you have no less than two lines apparently touching each other at one point then it is an indication that the individual will satisfy 60 years, yet will endure restorative infirmities.