PARAGRAPHKukkuta sastra is a form of divination based on cockfighting, as a rule, believed in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is particularly prevalent in the state, especially in the districts of Krishna, Guntur, East and West Godavari during Sankranti festival. Kukkuta sastra with reference to the calendar and cock color is "almost certainly linked with the "cock almanac" reported in South India and religious claims of predicting the future "only indicates the color associated with the strongest planet in the horary figure. Kukkuta sastra with further reference to the calendar, the rooster in the astrological and religious schemes of divine Association with Murugan, and the rooster his flag," refers to the Sun" and also associated with Ahmuvan, in the Indus valley deity. Further understanding of the necessity of kukkuta in the religious and astrological context may be taken from Akkadian, or Sumerian Shidallu, SIPA.