@AaiRiz the data as per photo 2 in post 1 in the spreadsheet is not wrong! It is just another presentation that is legal to use as well. Let me explain with your example: You show Assets is +1,65,663,91 this is what you own and you show Liabilities is -22,966.96 and Equity is -1,42,696.95. The sum of Liabilities and Equite is -1,65,663,91 and depicts what you owe but already as subtractables from what you own (Assets)
The assumption is that If you would sell what you own you should get +1,65,663,91 from which you can clear what you owe -1,65,663,91 giving a balance of 0. It is a matter of presentation, do not forget that in the basic equation (Assets = Equity + Liability) you refer to you need to realize that they imply standard Credit and Debit notations, i.e. Debit (D) (Assets) on the left side and Credits (C) (Equity and Liabilities) on the right side. The basic equation is thus (D) Assets = (C) Equity + (C) Liabilities or where D = (+) and C = (-). In simple terms when the value of an Asset Increases (D) then the value of (Liabilities and Equity) decreases (C).