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Toric marking is done on the day of surgery by the surgeon or by some other doctor outside the operating room or intraoperative marking. Here we show a technique wherein the anatomical landmarks are identified and sketched along the x-y axis or slit lamp photograph taken preoperatively and markings are done in the consultation room itself. This sketch is used by the operating surgeon as a reference marking, there by making the process easier and the results were accurate.