1) In the case of a bar magnet, outside it, the magnetic lines of forces start from North Pole and end on South Pole. But inside it, the lines of force start from south and end on North Pole. According to definition of direction of lines of force, it is the direction in which a unit north pole would move when placed in a magnetic field. This is true outside the bar magnet but not so inside it. Is the rule applicable only outside the body of the bar magnet?
2) Now, it is a known fact that a circular current carrying conductor acts like a magnetic dipole(bar magnet). If on placing the coil with one of its side facing you, and the current flows in clockwise direction, then that side acts like a south pole and the other side acts like North Pole. At the centre of the coil, will the direction of field be from north to south or south to North Pole? I have this doubt because inside the bar magnet the field is in one direction while outside the field is in opposite direction.