Prashna literally means, in modern usage, “question, query, inquiry”. When a question is placed we tend to draw up a chart of that particular moment. The chart holds all the answers to the question of that moment . The Prashna session doesn't need any birth details of the querent. However, the queries have to be specific. Ambiguous queries cloud the Prashna and also the answers therefore received don't seem to be clear or satisfactory. Since, these queries are specific, the time of consultation is additionally short.