Matka: The term defines an earthen pot. The pot was used to collect the number of chits between 0-9 and mixed it well. The organizer will pick one lucky chit and announce the winners. It happened in the old style of Matka booking.
Single akda: It resembles a number ranging from 0 to 9.
Jodi/Pair: It denotes any pair of digits ranging from 00 to 99.
Patti/Panna: It belongs to the three digits ranging from 000-999. Usually, there are 1000 digits, but only 220 of them are valid to play matka.
Open result/close result: The game has its outcome divided into two sections, Open and Close.
SP/DP/TP: SP, DP and TP are Single Patti, Double Patti and Triple Patti, respectively. In Single patti, none of the three digits recurred like 145, 123, 456, etc. In Double Patti, the two out of three numbers get repeated like 114, 155, 066, etc. Triple patti means all the three digits are the same, like 111, 777, 000, etc.
Berji: It is the last digit of Jodi's sum. For example, if Jodi is 45, then berji is 4+5=09. The last number of the sum is nine, and thus, berji is 9.
Farak: It explains the difference between the open and close results. For example, if the winning pair is 87, then the Farak is 8-7=1.
Cycle Patti: The last two digits of a Patti are denoted as Cycle Patti or CP. For example, if 123 is the Patti, then the 23 will be the Cycle Patti.