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Nakshatras

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    The Drums
    Revati (16°40′ to 30°00′ Pisces)

    Revati is the twenty-seventh and final nakshatra. Looking up at the night sky, Revati is a group of stars in the constellation Pisces. The brightest of the group is Zeta Piscium. The ruling deity, Pushan, provides nourishment and has the ability to shine light on a person’s life. This star is associated with safe traveling and fruitful journeys. Revati means "the wealthy" and is ruled by Mercury. Vishnu, the ruler of

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    The Umbrella
    Jyestha (16°40′ to 30°00′ Scorpio)

    Jyestha is identifiable in the night sky as the brilliant red star Antares. This star resides at the heart of Scorpio and is many times larger than our own Sun. Jyestha means the "eldest" and is a star associated with seniority. People born under this star have the capacity for great accomplishment, but they must first learn to deal with their inner conflicts and wield their power responsibly. The symbol of Jyestha is an earring or disc which...

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    The Serpent
    Aslesha (The entwiner) (16°40′ to 30°00′ Cancer)

    Aslesha is represented by a ring of stars in the constellation of Hydra: Epsilon, Delta, Mu, Rho, Sigma and Zeta-Hydrae. In astrology, Aslesha is in the zodiac sign of Cancer. The symbol for this star is a coiled serpent and is ruled by the Nagas, serpent deities of wisdom. The snake signifies the Kundalini energy, which is the true essence of Aslesha. Poison and deception, as well as the power of intuition, insight and sexuality are all characteristics exemplified by Aslesha. This star represents primordial nature...

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    The Back Legs of the Deathbed
    Uttara Bhadrapada(3°20′ to 16°40′ Pisces)

    Uttara Bhadrapada consists of two stars, Gamma Pegasi and Alpha Andromedae, which connect the constellations of Pegasus and Andromeda in modern astronomy. The symbol for this nakshatra is the latter half of the funeral cot that it shares with the nakshatra Purva Bhadrapada. This nakshatra is also associated with fire purification and passion, but is less aggressive than the former star. The ruling deity, Ahir Bhudhanya, gives Uttara Bhadrapada the desire to examine things at depth and explore the kundalini energy. Those born...

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    Anuradha (3°20′ to 16°40′ Scorpio)

    The nakshatra Anuradha consists of the stars Beta, Delta, and Pi Scorpionis. These three stars are visible in the night sky as they appear in a straight line above the bright red star, Antares. The ruling deity, Mitra, bestows the ability to develop and sustain friendships. Anuradha is a star related to success and can produce fame and recognition, especially through collaboration. This nakshatra uses both intuition and logic to produce a remarkable understanding of numbers. Travel and success in foreign lands are also supported...

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    The Flower
    Pushya (To provide nourishment) (3°20′ to 16°40′ Cancer)

    Pushya is located entirely in the Zodiac sign of Cancer and is comprised of the stars: Theta-, Gamma- and Eta-Cancri. Pushya is translated as "nourisher" which expresses the essence of this star. The symbol of this nakshatra is the udder of a cow, again representing nourishment. The cow is revered in the Vedic tradition and is a symbol of fertility and productivity. Brihaspati (an aspect of Jupiter) is the ruling deity of...

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    The Front Legs of the Deathbed
    Purva Bhadrapada (20°00 Aquarius to 3°20′ Pisces)

    The nakshatra Purva Bhadrapada is located in the constellation Peagasus, the winged horse. It is comprised of the two stars, Markab (alpha Pegas) and Scheat (beta Pegasi). The symbol for this star is the front legs of a funeral cot, which indicates a strong connection to the element of fire. People born under Purva Bhadrapada are independent and capable of sacrificing or purifying themselves for a higher purpose. They often have idealistic goals and aspirations for the improvement of society. This star bestows charisma...

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    The Triumph Arch
    Vishakha(20°00 Libra to 3°20′ Scorpio)

    In the night sky, Vishakha consists of four stars in the constellation of Libra: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Iota Librae. These stars form a "forked branch" and can be seen under the bright star Spica. In astrology, Vishakha bridges the signs of Libra and Scorpio. It is referred to as a nakshatra of purpose because it gives determination and a single-pointed focus. People born under Vishakha often find themselves at a crossroads. Once they choose a direction, they have the ambition, along with the patience to succeed,...

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    Punarvasu (Being good again and again) (20° Gemini to 3°20′ Cancer)

    Punarvasu consists of two bright stars known as Castor (Alpha-Geminorium) and Pollux (Beta-Geminorium). These two stars are significant for those born under Punarvasu as life lessons will often unfold in pairs. In astrology, Punarvasu extends from the zodiac sign of Gemini into the sign of Cancer. "Punar" means repeat and "vasu" means ray of light, thus Punarvasu translates as "becoming light again." The symbol for this nakshatra is a quiver of arrows, which is associated...

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    The Empty Circle
    Shatabhisha (6°40′ to 20°00′ Aquarius)

    A group of faint stars, completely within the sign of Aquarius, form the nakshatra Shatabhisha. When gazing at this nakshatra in the sky, Sadalachbia (Gamma Aquarii) is the brightest star of the group. Shatabhisha is known as "100 physicians" and is connected to medicine and healing abilities. People born under this star are independent and intrigued with puzzles, research and getting to the bottom of things. The symbol of Shatabhisha is an empty circle, which indicates the ability to explore mysteries and philosophies...

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    The Corn Sheaf
    Swati (The priest, the sword) (6°40 to 20°20′ Libra)

    Swati is represented in the night sky by the single star of Arcturus (Alpha-Bootis). This is the main star in the constellation of Bottis. In the astrology chart, Swati resides entirely in the sign Libra. Swati translates as "Independent one." The symbol of this nakshatra is a young plant blowing in the wind, which represents flexibility and agility as well as restlessness. The ruling deity Vayu, the God of wind, bestows a strong, yet gentle nature to this star.

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    Arudra (The moist one) (6°40′ to 20°00′ Gemini)

    In the night sky, Arudra is Betelguese (Alpha-Orion), the brightest star in the constellation Orion. In the astrology chart, Arudra is located entirely within the sign of Gemini. This nakshatra is represented by a teardrop, which can symbolize both sorrow and renewal. Those born under Arudra usually go through intense lessons to clear old patterns and gain new understanding. The ruling deity is Rudra, the God of Storms. He is a destructive aspect of Shiva who brings chaos and confusion.

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    Dhanishtha(23°20′ Capricorn to 6°40′ Aquarius)

    Dhanishtha is composed of four stars in the constellation of Delphini. In the sky, the stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta Delphini form the head of a dolphin. In astrology, Dhanishtha bridges the signs of Capricorn and Aquarius. This nakshatra is associated with a musical drum and is referred to as the star of symphony. People born under this nakshatra often have natural music abilities and also experience good rhythm and timing in all aspects of life. There is an adventurous nature and a desire to travel associated...

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    The Pearl
    Chitra (The brilliant) (23°20′ Virgo to 6°40′ Libra)

    Chitra is represented by a single star known as Spica (Alpha-Virginis) in the constellation of Virgo. It is one of the brightest stars in the sky. The name Chitra translates as "brilliant." In the astrology chart, Chitra bridges the signs of Virgo and Libra. The ruling deity of this star is Vishvakarma, the celestial architect, who bestow the ability to create new things out of nothing. Those born under this nakshatra are fascinated by form, beauty, art, and structure. Chitra gives the ability to attract...

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    The Deer Head
    Mrigashira (Face of the deer) (23°20′ Taurus to 6°40′ Gemini)

    In the night sky, Mrigashira consists of four stars located in the constellation of Orion: Bellatrix (Gamma-Orionis), Pi2, Pi3, and Pi4-Orionis. Bellatrix is the brightest of these stars and is located on the right shoulder of Orion. These stars form the shape of a deer’s head, which is the symbol of Mrigashira. In the astrology chart, Mrigashira bridges the signs Taurus and Gemini. Those born under Mrigashira have a gentle, charming character and are constantly seeking knowledge. They have mental dexterity...

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    Shravana(10°00′ to 23°20′ Capricorn)

    Looking up into the night sky, Shravana consists of the stars Altair, Alshain and Tarazed. These three stars form the head of Aquila, the Eagle. The word Shravana translates as "hearing" and the symbol of this star is the ear. This is a nakshatra of listening and learning. Just as ancient cultures passed on knowledge through oral traditions, so also people born under Shravana have a great ability to obtain knowledge through listening. The media and communication field are also associated with this nakshatra. Those born...

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    The Hand
    Hasta (The hand) (10°00′ to 23°20′ Virgo)

    Hasta consists of five stars: Alpha, Beta, Delta, Gamma, and Epsilon-Corvi. The constellation Corvi is visible in the night sky just below the bright star of Spica. In the astrology chart, Hasta resides completely in the sign of Virgo. The word Hasta translates as "the hand" and signifies all activities performed with the hands. Those born under this star are industrious, intelligent and reasonable. This nakshatra also symbolizes agreements and greetings as represented by the hand shake. The ruling deity Savitar,...

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    The Chariot
    Rohini (10°00′ to 23°20′ Taurus)

    Rohini is located entirely within the constellation of Taurus. In the night sky, it is comprised of the bright star known as Aldebaran (Alpha-Tauri). The name Rohini translates as the "Reddish One" which signifies the passionate and abundant warmth of this star. The symbol of an ox cart reflects commerce, fertility, and the ability to carry goods or ideas. Brahma, the God of Creation, is the ruling deity who provides Rohini with a creative and materialistic nature. People born under Rohini have great charisma and use their...

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    The Elephant Tusk
    Uttarashadha (26°40′ Sagittarius to 10°00′ Capricorn)

    he nakshatra Uttarashadha bridges the signs of Sagittarius and Capricorn in the astrology chart. In the night sky, Uttarashadha is visible as the stars Sigma, Tau, Phi, Zeta Sagittarii. These are the brightest stars in the breast of the archer. Uttarashadha is a star of deep integrity and concern for humanity. The deities of this star, the ten Vishvadevas, are the gods of dharma. Thus, a person born under this star may have noble aspirations and an optimistic outlook on life. Uttarashadha supports leadership,...

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    The Marriage Bed
    Uttara Phalguni (The latter red one or a fig tree) (26°40′ Leo to 10°00′ Virgo)

    Uttara Phalguni is comprised of two stars in the constellation of Leo: Denebola (Beta-Leonis), a bright star, and 93-Leonis, a very faint star. Uttara Phalguni is represented by the back legs of a bed, which signify relaxation and rejuvenation, but is less comfort-oriented than Purva Phalguni. Uttara Phalguni also incorporates the preparation for returning to work after a resting period. Aryaman, the God of patronage and kindness, is the ruling deity who gives Uttara Phalguni a civilized...

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    Krittika (26°40′ Aries to 10° Taurus)

    In the night sky, Krittika is visible as a cluster of seven stars known as the Pleiades. In Vedic astrology, Krittika resides in the sign of Aries as well as Taurus. The name Krittika translates as, "one who cuts" and the symbol is a razor or sharp object. Thus, a critical nature with both creative and destructive tendencies is displayed by this star. Krittika is also represented by the element of fire as the presiding deity is Agni, the god of fire. Those born under this star are combative with a fiery disposition....

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    The Hand Fan
    Purvashada (13°20′ to 26°40′ Sagittarius)

    Purvashadha is composed of three stars located in the middle portion of Sagittarius: Kaus Australis, Kaus Borealis, and Kaus Media. These stars are easily visible in the night sky and are thought to resemble a fan. People born under this star have an optimistic and independent nature. They feel invincible and believe they cannot lose. The ruling deity, Apas, brings a strong connection with the element of water. Thus, Purvashadha is associated with fluidity and power. Those born under this nakshatra have the capacity to inspire...

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    The Marriage Bed
    Purva Phalguni (The Former Red One or A Fig Tree) (13°20′ to 26°30′ Leo)

    Purva Phalguni consists of two bright stars in the night sky Zosma (Delta Leonis) and Chertan (Theta Leonis). These stars are in the constellation of Leo, positioned to the left of the bright star Regulus. Purva Phalguni is represented by the front legs of a bed, which signify rest, rejuvenation and pleasure. The ruling deity Bhaga, the God of delight, bestows affection and sexual passion. Venus, the planetary ruler...

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    The Elephant
    Bharani (Cherishing, supporting, & nurturing) (13°20′ – 26°40′ Aries)

    In modern astronomy, Bharani is comprised of three stars in the constellation of Aries: 35-Arietes, 39-Arietes, and 41-Arietes. Bharani is an extremely hot star, containing a tremendous amount of fire energy. In the Vedic tradition, there are several qualities of the fire element, and Bharani is the sacred quality that is initially present when fire is first ignited.Those born under this star have the potential to rule due to their fire-burning energy. Bharani is extreme in nature,exploring...

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    The Lion
    Moola(0°00 to 13°20′ Sagittarius)

    The nakshatra Moola is represented by the tail of the Scorpion, which includes the nine stars: Epsilon, Mu, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Upsilon and Lambda Scorpionis. This nakshatra is located at the left of our Galaxy, which is indicative of the nature of Moola. A person born under this star will have an inquisitive mind that enables them get to the left or the root of things. The person may skilled at literally handling roots and herbs and medicine. This star supports research, investigation and exploration. The ruling deity,...

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    The Palanquin
    Magha (The Mighty One) (0°00 to 13°20′ Leo)

    In the night sky, Magha is represented by Regulus (Alpha-Leonis), the brightest star in the constellation of Leo. The name Magha translates as “Magnificent” and is symbolized by a royal throne. People born under Magha have the ability to use power and position to attain their highest goals. The core of this nakshatra is achievement and nobility. Magha is ruled by the Pitris, the ancestors of the human race. Those born under this star have a strong connection to their lineage and often have grand expectations for their children....

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    The Horse Head
    Ashwini (0°00′ – 13°30′ Aries)

    Each star we see in the night sky is a burning hot sun, much like our own Sun. In astronomy, the twin stars that make up the nakshatra of Ashwini are called Alpha Arietis and Beta Arietis. Indeed, the ruling deities for Ashwini star in Vedic Astrology are the divine twin physicians – the Ashwini Kumaras. While people born under Ashwini may traditionally take up a career in medicine, they also innately carry a healing energy and their ability to heal others...

 

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