Introduction – Nakshatra

Hello my dear readers and followers! According to the transit (gochar) chart today my moon is going through Purva bhandrapada nakshatra which is associated with occult behaviour, ruled by Jupiter. Thus, I asked myself why not proceed and introduce you to one of the most wonderful things in vedic astrology. Although I will not discuss in depth every of the nakshatras in this post, I hope you will get a better understanding of what a nakshatra is, what is consist of and what’s the gain of knowing its meanings and associations.

Nakshatras

There are 27 nakshatras, meaning 27 different star constallations in vedic astrology.

  • Ashvini
  • Bharani
  • Krittika
  • Rohini
  • Mrigashirsha
  • Ardra
  • Punarvasu
  • Pushya
  • Ashlesha
  • Magha
  • Purva Phalguni
  • Uttara Phalguni
  • Hasta
  • Chitra
  • Swati
  • Vishakha
  • Anurdha
  • Jyeshtha
  • Mula
  • Purva Ashadha
  • Uttara Ashadha
  • Shravana
  • Dhanistha
  • Shatabisha
  • Purva Bhadrapada
  • Uttara Bhadrapada
  • Revati

Each nakshatra has a meaning which I will teach you about when I write a post dedicated to each nakshatra. Each nakshatra has padas which are ruled by a planet and connected to a zodiac sign. Pada is like a division.

What is a nakshatra?

It is like a magnifying glass, showing us hidden information like description of someones appearance, character, career and health. You can predict events based on nakshatras too. If you ever wondered how an astrologer can know the apperance of your spouse, that’s how it is studied. Venus, Jupiter, darakaraka and 7th house lord has a nakshatra which will tell you a lot about your spouse and your marriage. Nakshatras does not only tell you that but has the ability to tell you the name of your spouse as there are sounds associated which each nakshatra and pada.

That’s all for this short introduction! Keep checking posts, I will update with information whenever I find time.

Thank you & see you soon !

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