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Significance of Nakshatras (Stellar) in Jyothisha


Asthana Jyothisha Vidhwan , Sri Ahobila Muth, Naadi Jyothisha Kesari

Dr.NVRA Raja

M.A (Philosophy & Religion), M.A.(Astrology), Ph.D.(Astrology)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Sahobhirvisvam paricakramu rajah purva dhamanyamita mimanah Tanusu visva bhuvana ni yemire prasarayanta purudha praja anu"1 Planets with their super natural powers move around in various planes and control the overall existence as well as non-existence of all beings. Strictly in accordance with their strength, they confer all Karmic effects, both good and bad, to one and all. So, they are the ultimate executors of this entire creation. Astrology is a science which reveals an individual's environment, patterns of behaviour, potentialities, propensities, fortunes, misfortunes, his vicissitude of life, his past, present and future. In short, it is a blue print of his destiny. The truth is that astrology is quite different from all other disciplines and it is in a class by itself. This study will serve as a foundation for laymen, students and enthusiasts alike who wish to further their understanding of this study, which in ancient times had been considered "the king of sciences". Astrology is based on the relationship of all stellar bodies to the earth. It is primarily concerned with all the bodies in our solar system including the planets, the Sun, the Moon, asteroids and comets.


Rig Veda 10:4.56.5


Among the greatest wonders of world, is the wonder of the Nadi Granthas in India that reveal with stunning accuracy even the minute details of person's life. Among Nadi Granthas, Dhruva Nadi by Sage Satyacharya occupies a unique place. Based on Dhruva Nadi, Sugar Peru Nadi and some principles from Budha Nadi, the Meena System of Stellar Astrology or Nadi Jyothisa was developed by Late Sri R Gopala Krishna Row (Meena 1) and Late Sri N V Raghava Chary (Meena 2) in late thirties. Invaluable astrological principles, which were not found in the classical astrological works, were given; upon which one can reliably proceed in the delineation of a horoscope. Generally in traditional astrology almost all the astrologers give importance to planets and their positions in the zodiac. As per Nakshatra siddhantha or stellar astrology, it is not the planets posited that going to deliver good or bad results but their star lords i.e. the planets posited in particular star that star lord is going to deliver the result to the native. In timing of events, chaara (naksahatra pada) of planets plays an important role in deciding the event. As per Meena, the ruling planet of a particular period will not show its effects throughout its period, but there will be variation, according to the pada of the constellation in which the ruling planet 2is situated. Jyotisha Sastra is prominent and primitive among all the sciences. It has been developing from the beginning of the creation and is evergreen.


Authors of Nadi Jyothisha or Stellar System of Astrology, 1939

It is very important to state that Meena had introduced the Ruling Planet Theory in 1939 ( part I) and emphasised that ruling planets period only events of a particular bhava or planet will take place. Here the period what they had mentioned was Vimsothari dasa,bukthi period.


"Yada sikha mayuranam naganam manayo yada Tadvat Vedanta sastranam Jyothisham moordhanisthitam" Astrology is supreme among Vedic sciences like peacock's tail and a gem on the snake's head. Beautiful peacock's tail is compared with material affairs and glorious rays of gem for knowledge. One without eyes is a blind man. While objects, which are near at hand, can be identified by touch, those at a distance can only be seen by the eyes. Just as the human eyes are useful in identifying objects far and near, the Jyothisha Sastra is useful in seeing the disposition of planets and stars in time i.e., many years ago or hereafter in the future. Since mere touch cannot identify colour, eyes are necessary to distinguish these. Likewise, even if a planet is sighted today, we would not know its effects based on its location and how it affects us. Jyothisha alone can throw light on the subject. That is why it is called the eye of the Veda Purusha. There are injunctions as to the time of performing Vedic rituals with reference to planetary positions. The dates of marriage and other ceremonies are fixed when the planetary positions are considered favourable. Jyothisha is also known by the name of `Nayana' meaning the eye. `Naya means to lead. A blind person has to be led by someone. For those of us who are fortunate in having eyes which can see, the eye performs the role of the `leader'. Having determined the auspicious time for doing Vedic karmas, Jyothisha plays the role of eye in leading us to their actual performance. The constellations are based on the approximate number of days that the Moon takes to complete a cycle relative to the stars. The Vimsothari dasa predicts the moon's position through the lunar science in the Indian


tradition. This is also used to calculate Muhurtas, or auspicious time to begin any job. In Rigveda we find the present star position. "Ameeya ruksha nihitasa uchcha naktam dahasya kuhu chiddi veyuhu, Adabdani varunasya vratani vichakasaschandrama naktameti" In this mantra it reveals that the stars throwing light during nights are dismal or very less in the day light of the Sun. "Vajanavathi suryasya yoshachitree magharaye eese vasoonam" ( The Chitra & Makha naksatras are well explained in this mantra. In a mantra of Yajurveda we find the 27 constellations which mean that our rishis' and muni's were familiar with 27 constellations. Every branch of knowledge arose in India as an extended application or an extension of a philosophical system. Even the nakshatras which play a prominent part in astrology have presiding deities. Let us take Anuradha nakshatra, which is considered to be the best Nakshatra for any auspicious functions and its deity is Mitra, a form of the Sun. As you know that, the Hindu astrology did not treat the planets and naksatras as mere material objects, but as a force charged with or radiating an energy arising from a presiding deity. Purusha sukta (Rig veda10.90) quotes of the Sun coming from the eye and of the Moon from the mind of the cosmic creator the God. The Sun is said to be the eye of the Gods and to be the animating soul (surya atma jagatastasthushas cha) of the moving and unmoving Universe. Astrological principles thus are based on a spiritualistic philosophy.


What Is Meant By The Term Nakshatra/Star / Constellations? By the term "Star" is meant that which is fixed and unchangeable and also motionless. There are myriads and myriads of these stars or jyotisa in the heavens. Out of these, there are only about 300 stars which are useful to the different globes or in other words have influence on them. All these countable stars are grouped into 27 group stars from Aswini to Revati. The three stars which resemble the face of a horse are called Aswini (Aswa-horse) and the three others in the form of a triangle are called Bharani, and similarly other groups, viz, Kritika, Rohini etc. First of all the Aswini group starts and to the east of this is Bharani and to the east of this Kritika and so one. And in this manner all the 27 stars-groups are formed into a circle commencing from the east. This is called the Bha-Chakra or Zodiac. All these stars have occupied Akasa or heavens.3 NAKSHATRAS (CONSTELLATIONS/STARS) AND THEIR

No. Nakshatras (Constellations) Aswini Bharani Kritika Rohini Mrigshirsha Aridra Punarvasu Pushyami Ashlesha Astronomical Name Deity Starting Dasha Beta Arietis 35 Arietis Eta Tauri Aldebaran Lambda Orionis Alpha Orionis Beta Geminorium Delta Cancri Alpha Hydroe Regulus Ashwini brothers Ketu Yama Agni Brahma Chandra Rudra Adity Brihaspathi Nagas Pithras Venus Sun Moon Mars Rahu Jupiter Saturn Mercury Ketu Blood red Blood red White White Silver Grey Green Lead Black mixed with red Black mixed with red Ivory or cream



Ruling Planet

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 Makha


Seetarama Sharma V,Gateway to Astrology,Kalpataru publications, pp.1-2,ed.1949


11 Purvaphalguni 12 Uttaraphalguni 13 Hastha 14 Chitra 15 Swati 16 Vishaka 17 Anuradha 18 Jyeshta 19 Moola 20 Poorvashada 21 Uttarashadha 22 Sravana 23 Dhanista 24 Sadabhisa

Delta Leonis Beta Leonis Delta Corvi Spica Virginis -Vegus Arcturus Alpha Libroe Delta Scorpio Antares Lambda Scorpio Delta Sagittari Sigma sagittari Alpha Aquiloe Beta Delphinum Lambda Aquarius

Bhaga Aryaman Aditya Tvashtav Vayu Indra-Agni Mitra Indra \Nirrti Jal Vishwa deva Vishnu Ashta vasav Varuna Ajaikapat Ahir Budhanya Pooshvav

Venus Sun Moon Mars Rahu Jupiter Saturn Mercury Ketu Venus Sun Moon Mars Rahu Jupiter Saturn Mercury

Light brown Bright blue Deep green Black Black Golden Reddish brown Cream Brownish yellow Black Copper Light blue Silver Grey Aquamarine Silver grey Purple Brown

25 Poorvabhadrapada Alpha Pegasi 26 Uttarabhadrapada Gama Pegasi 27 Revati Zeta Piscum

Nakshatras (Constellations/Stars) (Direction, tatwa and part of the body) 1. Aswini 2. Bharani 3. Kritika 4. Rohini 5. Mrigaseera 6. Aridra 7. Punarvasu 8. Pushyami 9. Ashlesha 10. Makha 11. P.Phalguni 12. U.Phalguni 13. Hastha 14. Chitha 15. Swati


East East East East East SouthEast SouthEast SouthEast South South South South SouthWest SouthWest West

Prithvi Prithvi Prithvi Prithvi Prithvi Jala Jala Jala Jla Jala Jala Tejo Tejo Tejo Tejo

Upper Foot Lower Foot Head Forehead Eyebrows Eyes Nose Face Ears Lips and Chin Right Hand Left Hand Fingers Neck Chest


16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Vishaka Anuradha Jesta Moola Poorvashada Uthirashada Sravana Dhanista Sadabhisa P.padraphada U.padraphada Revati

West West West Northwest Northwest North North North North North North North

Tejo Tejo Vayu Vayu Vayu Vayu Vayu Akasa Akasa Akasa Akasa Akasa

Breasts Stomach Right Side Left Side Back Waist Genitals Anus Right Thigh Left Thigh Knee caps Ankles

THE CHARACTERISTICS (OF PERSONS) BORN UNDER THE NAKSHATRAS (CONSTELLATIONS) (GENERAL) General characteristics like physical, mental and behavioral nature of persons, shapes, spread of degrees in a sign, deity and results of different padas of 27 constellations (stars) are given below: 1 Aswini - Horse Head (Aries 0°00' to 13°20'): Aswini is the first nakshatra of the zodiac having a spread from 0°-0'-0" to 13°-20' and is ruled by the node Ketu. Aswini is governed by the Aswins, the twin horsemen. The Sun is exalted here and the horse is the preferred transport of the Sun God. Sun's exaltation in Aswini is a reminder to the soul of their eternal connection. In the zodiac at 0° in Aries there is a reddish star which the western astronomers call Arietis. The Indians named it Aswini. The deity for Aswini Nakshatra is Aswi or the Duality known as Aswini Kumar Twins, the physician of the Gods. The Puranas relate that the two Aswini Kumaras were born of mother Sanga and father Sun.


Aswini nakshatra falls in the zodiac sign of Aries, which is ruled by the aggressive and fiery planet Mars. People born in Ashwini are very active, always busy doing something and they will spend their time keeping their house neat and clean. Aswini rules all forms of transportation and fast travel. This represents a person with a happy, carefree disposition, very intelligent, in fact rather an above-average person in this respect. Vast learning, well developed brain power, faith in religion, sacrificing tendency, ambitions, philosophical and social are the traits of those born under this nakshatra.


1. Unsteady mind, Carries Tales, Enjoys at the cost of others. 2. Interested in religious works, Gauges others, imbibes good qualities. 3. Good counsellor, Interested in Astrology, Jovial. 4. Truthful, Clever, Wealthy. 2 Bharani - The Elephant (Aries 13°20' to 26°40'): Bharani, means "The Bearing Star", also known as "The Star of Restraint". Bharani is ruled by Yama, the God of Death. This is the second nakshatra of the zodiac, ranging from 13°-20' to 26°-40'. The planet of art and beauty, the Venus, rules this nakshatra. The energy of Bharani is called ugra or krura, which translates as harsh, powerful, hot, formidable and fierce. This star is under the planetary lordship of Venus and is within the sign of Aries, ruled by Mars. The star Bharani represents the character of Agni Rasi Tamo Guna. The etymological meaning of Bharani is "what deserves to be


cultivated and preserved" that is dependence, servitors, retainers or anything by which living is earned. Bharani's animal symbol is the Elephant. This star is connected with the energies we expend to maintain ourselves in the material world. Respects the parents, Rich, Mole on Left side, Comfortable living, Small Chin, Healthy, Talented, Respectable, Keeps up his Words, Appreciated by others, Loss of Sleep, Ability to do any work, Does not utter falsehood, etc.,


1. Wins over opponents, Able Body, easily provoked. 2. Intelligent, Respected, Slight weakness for ladies. 3. Easily provoked, Good stamina, Haughty. 4. Easily provoked, Strong, Wicked association. Females born in this nakshatra are career minded. They act more like a leader of a group, rather than an ordinary family member. Bharani- born has agnostic personality, changing moods, business minded, and influential, high position. 3 Kritika ­ fire-flame (Aries 26°40' to Taurus 10°00'): Kritika is ruled by Agni, the God of Fire. This is the third nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning 26°-40' in Aries to 10°-00' in Taurus. Kritikka is considered the nakshatra where power is born. This is the birth star of Moon. The passivity of this nakshatra represents their ability to nurture power. Mythology describes Kritika as the foster mother of Kartik devata who is beautiful in appearance and an able commander in a battle. Kritika is also


known as the "Star of Fire" and is related to a commander, fighter, foster mother, luster, and glow of power, physical and creative force. Kritika Nakshatra burns up negativity, purifies what is mixed, and cooks or prepares that which is not yet ripe. This nakshatra rules war, battles, and disputes. Planets in Kritika activate its passive energy. Kritika denotes capability to give a desired change in a form by burning out all the impurities of life or the wrongs and give birth to purity, morality and virtues. Clever in Trade, Honoured by Government, Mole on Right Chest, Likes to take short naps, Acquisition of Wealth by noble ways, Educated, Famous, Worships Gods, Just arguments, Good Character, Has soft corner for others, Clever Speaker, Strong Body, Good Consumer of Food, Gyani, Helping Tendency, Intelligent, etc.


1. Kindness to animals, Weak health, Knowledge. 2. Easily loses self control, does not attach importance to religion or rites and displeases others. 3. Lazy, Bad thoughts, Short temper. 4. Pensive, Quarrels with others, Humble. Those born on a Kritika day are fiery and full of creative energy. He is very ambitious and eager for power and has the ability to achieve his desires. He has an innate sense of the importance of his destiny.


4 Rohini (Taurus 10°00' to Taurus 23°20'): Rohini is ruled by Prajapati, the Creator. Of the 27 daughters, Rohini was the Moon's favorite wife. This is the fourth nakshatra of the zodiac, ruled by the planet Moon. It spreads from 10°-0' in Taurus to 23°-20' in Taurus. Eyes of the people born in this nakshatra are especially attractive. The word is derived from "Rohan" which means 'to rise' or 'to bring into existence'. The other name of Rohini is Sun - the celestial cow. 'Rohini' is the wife of Moon who is said to have been fond of fine dress, cosmetics and décor and was the most beloved of Moon .Those born in the star Rohini are agriculturists, experts, well-behaved, handsome, good speakers and poets. A person born in this Nakshatra is efficient in religious activities, earns his livelihood through agricultural occupation. Small Forehead, Prominent eyes, Desire for Milk and Milk products, Soft Spoken, Affectionate towards Husband or Wife, Famous and Well Known, Good appearance, Wide learning, Likes water much, Good Walker, Talented Orator, Hears others also, Works Hard, Orthodox, Not desirous of Unlawful things, Charitable, Wealthy, Reposes Confidence in others etc.


1. Good appearance, Roams about, Greedy. 2. Speaks well, Honest, Checks senses. 3. Loves songs, Likes magic, Happy. 4. Grateful, Loves pleasures, Known to many.


His critical attitude towards everything and everybody develops, unless checked, into a disposition to find fault continually. 5 Mrigashirsha ­ form of cat's foot (Taurus 23°20' to Gemini 6°40'): Mrigashirsha is ruled by Soma, the God of the Moon or the immortal nectar. This is the fifth nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 23°-20' in Taurus to 6°-40' in Gemini. The word 'Mriga' represents forests, gardens, a search, a seeking to find, to roam about in forests and a hunter, to seek to blaze the trail, a guide and preceptor. Mrigasirasha is partly in Taurus and partly in Gemini. It conveys the ideas of searching for beautiful faces, visit or request a girl in marriage. People born in this nakshatra have a strong body and moderate complexion. They are sincere in their behavior towards others and expect that others should also behave in the same way. They have a good grasping power, can quickly learn new things and have a creative nature. Broad Eyes, Likes Music and Drama, Travels, Timid, Criticizes Father, Rich, Healthy, Learned, Lives a Jovial Life, Hard worker, Succeeds in Life, Elevated Forehead, Passionate, Efficiently Manages Workshops, Wakes up early, Undertakes fasts, Stern discipline, Free from sickness etc.


1. Short temper, Rich, Defeats enemies. 2. Likes other sex, Mild temper, Envious. 3. Jovial, God fearing, Intelligent.


4. Clever, Easily provoked, Passionate. They are inclined to be misanthropic in their attitude towards life and people. He seems always to see the worst side of people and conditions. He can be quite dangerous to people whom he dislikes. 6 Aridra ­ Lotus or Gem (Gemini 6°40' to Gemini 20°00'): Aridra is ruled by Rudra, the fierce form of Lord Shiva who represents thunder. This is the sixth nakshatra of the zodiac, having a spread from 6°40' to 20°-00' in Gemini and is ruled by the node Rahu. Aridra means wet or surcharged with water that is fat. When the Sun enters Aridra the earth is said to be starting its menstrual course that is "Ambobachi". The lord of Aridra is Rahu. The symbol of Aridra is is a tear-drop. Those born in the Aridra star are soft, stable minded, strong, earning by sacrifice, afflicted by sickness, fear and anger. They are bereft of money and corns. Aridra born people can behave very coolly during the times of extreme hardship and plan their actions accordingly and they get employed in professions that are related with travel and foreign places. They are religious, of responsible positions, artistic, brave, prone to litigations, lazy, are leaders and passionate. Poor, Brave, Troubles from Others, Learned, Unkind, Pleads for Justice for others, Prominent Nose, Characterless, Clean body, Bad deeds, Debates, Does not Speak Truth, Strong physique, Clever, Opposes Parents etc.



1. Good heart, Attracted by opposite sex, Intelligent. 2. Tactful, Talkative, Frank. 3. Poor health, Carries tales, Anger. 4. Unclean, Loss of temper, Bad mind. 7 Punarvasu ­ Bow (Gemini 20°00' to Cancer 3°20'): Punarvasu is ruled by Aditi, the Great Mother Goddess.This is the seventh nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 20°-00' in Gemini (Taurus) to 3°-20' in Karaka(Cancer).The word Punarvasu is derived from Puna+Vasu, which means return, renewal, restoration or repetition. Punarvasu Nakshatra brings about the return of energy and vitality. It causes our creative growths and inspirations to be renewed. It denotes the ideas of abode, residence, back to home, sojourn, recurrence, commencement, to shine or grow bright again, to enter into life again, renewal of riches, etc. Those born in this nakshatra are good natured, have trials in life, and are cultured, helping, vanity minded, failure and success come often. Broad Shoulders, Respects priestly class, Cordially moves with others, Control of senses, Not active, Soft palms, Clever in Speech, Truthful, Frequent illness, Likes milk and Ghee, Contentment, strenuous Walker, Liked by relatives, Noble habits, Others will speak high, Not a reserved type, Senses kept under check etc.



1. Short of hearing, pleasure loving, quick temper. 2. Pensive, Respect for religion, Nice manners. 3. Roams about, Long Life, Greedy. 4. Does good acts, Fair, Speaks well. 8 Pushyami ­ Arrow (Cancer 3°20' to Cancer 16°40'): Pushyami is derived from Pushti which means nourishment. Pushyami is ruled by Brihaspati, the God of Divine wisdom. This is the eighth nakshatra in the zodiac, spanning from 3°-20' to 16°-40' in Karaka. The word Pushyami means to strengthen, to fortify. The word etymologically means "to nourish" and that again means to preserve, to protect, replenish, multiply and strengthen. Pushya Nakshatra increases our good karma and good efforts. The value of this Nakshatra for religious and spiritual practices is emphasized. The person born under this Nakshatra has a healthy body, obeys his parents. Perversity, Striking Nose and Eyes, Affectionate, Endowed with Intelligence, Well known and popular, Controls Passions, Learned, Likes Delicious Eatables, Wealthy, Charitable, Litigant, Fairly Tall in stature, Meditation, Yogi, Respects views of others etc.


1. Intelligent, Charitable, Solitude.


2. Preaches others, Acts not quickly, Rich 3. Clever, Loved by kith and kin, Jovial. 4. Likes other sex, easily provoked, No sympathy for others. 9 Ashlesha ­ Serpent (Cancer 16°40' to 30°-00'): Ashlesha is ruled by the serpent God. This is the ninth nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 16°-40' to 30°-00' in Karaka house. It is the birth star of Ketu. The force of Ashlesha can be understood by its name Naga. Ashlesha Nakshatra can be helpful if we have enemies but it can serve to give a person an inimical temperament as well. It all depends upon how the energy of this Nakshatra is used. A person born in 'Ashlesha Nakshatra' is a born wanderer. Their disease resistant capacity is limited. They tend to put on weight in the middle age. Lover of Music, Likes to roam in the Forests, Prominent Eyes and Brows, Adventurous, Good Listeners, Melancholic, Habits not desirable, Protects aged and Parents, not afraid of strong persons, Likes Arts and Dramas, Want of adjustability with friends and relatives, Conquers enemies etc.,


1. Rich, Jovial, Known to everybody. 2. Respects Religion, Appearance fairly good, Uncharitable. 3. Not quick in action, Provoking others, Lethargic. 4. Love for inferior class, Wanting in health, Poor ability.


10 Makha ­ Plough form (Leo 0°00' to Leo 13°20'): Makha is ruled by the Ancestors(Pitru deva).This is 10th nakshatra of the zodiac, ruled by the node Ketu and spanning from 00°-00' to 13°-20' in the sign Leo, ruled by Sun. Makha is derived from Maghaban. Makha is the causes of brightness and light. Makha stands for noble impulses and incentives, the gift of Makha must always be a noble one. It shows that we are coming to the end of a cycle. Its condition is prior to that of Bharani which indicates the movement of the soul away from the body. These people are often failures if they undertake independent business, as reckless profit making is not in their blood. Friendly to one and all, Mole on right side, Proud of wealth and riches, Likes to travel in all directions, Has servants, Patient, selfish, Law abiding, Magnetic appearance, God fearing, Healthy, Charitable disposition, Likes to bathe frequently, Good personality, Fond of Pilgrimages, Acquires riches, Famous, Progresses forward in undertakings etc.,


1. Knows other persons, Blood shot eyes, Eats well. 2. Weak hearing, Wastes money, Liar. 3. Wicked in Temperament, Tries to grab others wealth, Strong. 4. Skin affection, Dominated by other sex, Sweet speech.


11 Poorvaphalguni - Front legs of marriage bed - (Leo 13°20' to Leo 26°40'): Purvaphalguni in the Vedic order is ruled by Bhaga ,the God of contracts and unions. This is the 11th nakshatra of the zodiac, ruled by the planet of arts and beauty, Venus. It is also called the Bhagadaivata Star. It is the symbol of the call for creation, it announces creation and development. Poorvaphalguni brings about union and procreation on all levels. This nakshatra implies by the bed or hammock, it is a time of rest and relaxation. Poorvaphalguni is the symbol of good fortune and luck. It is the birth star of Brahaspati. Attracts others, Pleasing Manners, Connection with Government, Handles Instruments well, Reddish eyes, Sweet voice, Nice speech, Inclination for participation in politics, Ability to cover the other sex, Learned and wealthy, Well set teeth, Sometimes harsh in speech, Desire for various trades, Straight forwardness, Good in Handicrafts etc.,


1. Merchant, Courageous, Lazy. 2. Lover of Plants, Clean, Unfortunate. 3. Respected, Amiable temperament, Oversexed. 4. Mark on body, Sad appearance, Sinful. 12 Uttaraphalguni - Back Legs of marriage bed (Leo 26°40' to Virgo 10°00'): Uttaraphalguni in the Vedic order is ruled by Aryaman, the God of happiness. This is the 12th nakshatra of the zodiac ruled by Sun. This nakshatra spans from 26°-40' in Leo to 10°-00' in Virgo. The lords are Sun and Mercury, symbol is a bed. Uttaraphalguni indicates both the need for union and for organizing the resources gained through it.


A person born in this Nakshatra is charitable, kind hearted, possesses patience, and achieves fame. They are straight forward and do not like to be taken for granted by others. Those born under this nakshatra have a strong physique, good eyesight and are generally very ambitious. The efforts undertaken by these people have a certain aura of royal authority around them. Leads a princely life, Powerful arms, Stylish Walk, Goes to the Rescue of Honest Persons, Sinless, Popular, Fitful Temper, Educated, Loss of Appetite, Acquires Wealth by his Learning, Mole on the Chest or Face, Famous, Healthy, Worship of God, observes Family Traditions, etc.


1. Pleasing Talk, Courageous, Rich. 2. Likes to eat meat, not wealthy, unsteady mind. 3. Likes animals, Faithful, Knowledge. 4. Chance of losing parents in young age, Ungrateful to others, Commits sins. 13 Hastha ­ Hand (Virgo 10°00' to Virgo 23°20'): Hastha is ruled by Savitar, the creative form of the Sun God. This is the 13th nakshatra of the zodiac, ruled by Moon. Hastha spans from 10°-0' to 23°-20' in Virgo. The symbol is a closed hand or fist. Hastha gives the ability to achieve our goals in a complete and immediate manner. A person born in this Nakshatra is famous, is religious minded, respects Brahmins and learned people and possesses wealth. They


are tall and thin in physical appearance. They know how to win over the other party; hence these people can be good diplomats or are suitable for any profession. They do not have the formal education, but they can carry out the responsibilities assigned to them through their all round knowledge and efforts. Influential, Educated, Loss of Hunger, Open Hearted, Good Qualities and Determination, Love for Learning, Broad shoulders, Friendly, Talented, Tactful, Wealth at Late Stage, Clever, Aptitude for Trade, Tenacious, Acts according to the circumstances, Business Mind, Intelligent etc.


1. Fond of domestic animals, Does not speak truth, Short tempered. 2. Likes dance, songs, good natured. 3. Not healthy, Business, Bad minded. 4. Liked by Mother, Joyful, Good status. 14 Chitha ( Chitra)­ Pearl (Virgo 23°20' to Libra 6°40'): Chitha is ruled by Twashtar, the Cosmic craftsman.This is the "star of opportunity". Chitha reflects the world of maya and delusions, which they are to over come. This is the 14th nakshatra of the zodiac, ruled by the fiery planet Mars. It spans from 26°-40' in Virgo to 6° -40' in Libra.The symbol is the gem on the serpent's crest .It is anthropomorphically the forehead of Kalapurush.


In ancient time the star was known as the 'Star of Prosperity'. Chitha allows us to gain the fruit of our good karma that comes through righteousness. It has a highly spiritual energy and effect. A person born in this Nakshatra defeats his enemies gallantly, is an expert in politics and has extraordinary intelligence. They enjoy good health and always appear much younger than their actual age. If a Chitha born native has a powerful Neptune in his/her chart, the person will have dreams that can foretell the future. Slow in action, Hard hearted, Sleeplessness, Does not spend much, Leads ordinary life, Reddish eyes, Fine body, Mole on the face, Strong physique, Talented in learning, Well versed in jobs, Amiable nature, Amasses wealth by trade, Easily cheated, Moves to fore front, etc.


1. Roams about, Trouble in eyes, Strong. 2. Mind not steady, Likes comforts, Poor. 3. Courageous, Education, Famous. 4. Brave, Overcomes enemies, Cunning. 15 Swati - Wheat Sprout or like Kumkum (Libra 6°40' to Libra 20°00'): Swati is ruled by Vayu, the God of the Wind. This is the fifteenth nakshatra of the zodiac, having all its four quarters in Libra, spanning from 6°-40' to 20°-00'. This Nakshatra is concerned with air, wind, breeze or knowledge of Akaash since Akaash is the abode of air. Swati Nakshatra can be destructive unless we learn how to use it to remove negativity.


A person born in this Nakshatra is endowed with tremendous beauty, flirts with many women, is jolly and receives wealth from the king. Rahu, the ruling planet, can create a strong desire for financial success and lust for life. Moves cordially with all, Mole in the Legs, Trader, Desirous of fame, Likes to be carefree, Hard worker, Worships Deities, Affectionate towards father and mother, Relishes rich food, Religious, Soft and kind spoken, Able and affectionate, Learned, Associated with Government, Does not give prominence to his own affairs etc.,


1. Good speaker, Courageous, Knows science. 2. Likes to please senses, Speaks truth, secretly does acts. 3. Famous, Harsh, Bad temper. 4. Intelligent Likes beautiful things, Bad company. 16 Vishaka - Truimph Arch (Torana) (Libra 20°00' to Scorpio 3°20'): Vishaka is ruled by Indra and Agni, who represents the powers of heat and lightning in the atmosphere. This is the "Star of Purpose". This is the 16th nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 20°-00' in Libra to 3°-20' in Vrichika. Another name of this star is Radha, a compliment to Anuradha, the birth star of the Sun. It has the Symbol of a leaf-decked triumphal gate. Vishaka does not give immediate results but perhaps greater long term gains. Indra and Agni here are related to agriculture showing the ripening effect of heat, rain and seasonal changes.


A person born in this Nakshatra is religious minded having inclination towards performing rites and rituals etc., is of unstable nature and unfriendly. Loves to sleep, Holds weapon, Law abiding, Quarrelsome, Talented, Trusts in God, Miser, Character not satisfactory, Hunts after pleasures, Mole on chest or face, Lover of Horses and Elephants, Desire for clean and neat dresses, Philosophical, Charming body, Convincing speaker, Wastes money, etc.,


1. Business Cheats, Envious. 2. Mirthful, Boasts, Short frame. 3. Lack of morals, Small personality, Happy. 4. Good brain, Rich, Artistic. 17 Anuradha ­ Lotus (Scorpio 3°20' to Scorpio 16°40'): The Nakshatra Anuradha is ruled by Mitra, the Divine Friend. This is the 17th nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 3°-20' to 16°-40' in the sign of Vrichika. Anuradha Nakshatra gives balance in relationship, both honoring others and seeking ourselves to be honorable. A person born in this Nakshatra possesses luster and splendour, achieves fame, is enthusiastic, a destroyer of his enemies, an expert in many forms of arts and a sensualist. People born in this nakshatra also show some very peculiar characteristics. Those born under this star have to face several obstacles in their life.


Talented to do any work, Praised by all, Travels to other Countries, Good health, Rich, Miserly, Harsh speech, Attractive Chest, Protects father and mother, God fearing, Keeps up his promise, Acquires immovable properties etc.,


1. Truthful, Interested in Scriptures, Good deeds. 2. Likes songs, Held in Esteem, Lucky. 3. Educated, Good looking, Humorous. 4. Timid, Not truthful, Mark on body. 18 Jyeshta ­ Circle or boar's tusk (Scorpio 16°40' to Scorpio 30°00): Jyeshta is ruled by Indra, the ruler of the Gods. This is the 18th nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning form 16°-20' to 30°-00' in the sign of Scorpio. Jyeshta means the eldest one, the senior most, the chief one, more excellent than, preferred one or someone or something supreme glorious. The person born under this star is full of luster and splendour, achieves fame and greatness, is rich, brave, a hero and an excellent conversationalist. The chief deity is Indra, the King of the Gods and protector of heroes. He is the divine warrior and "dragon slayer." Hard hearted, Mole on right side , Anger, Moves with all well, Eats at small intervals, Bow legged, Small circle of friends, Learned in Arts and Crafts, Well known and Famous, Fearless orator, Ability to organise, Bad association or friendship, Satisfied with what he has.



1. Scribe, Arrogant, Humorous. 2. Poor health, Likes songs, Clean. 3. Rears animals, Mean minded, Bad temper. 4. Unkind, Deceives, Fights. 19 Moola - Crouching Lion (Sagittarius 0°00' to Sagittarius 13°20'): Moola is ruled by Nirriti, the Goddess of destruction. This is the 19th nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 00°-00' to 13°-20' in the sign of Sagittarius. The meaning of the word, Moola means the root. The Symbol is a bunch of roots tied together. Moola signifies roots, that is to say, everything of basic nature, its motion is finite and limited. Moola connotes the ideas of foundation, commencement, from the very bottom, the chief or principal city or the capital. Moola does not indicate fortune or luck. The people born on this nakshatra will be financially successful and lead a materially comfortable life. The ruler of this lunar mansion is Ketu, the South Node of the Moon. The Moola individual may possess a deep philosophical nature and an inquisitive mind that enjoys exploring the roots of any subject. The people born on this nakshatra gain the wisdom and knowledge through their hard work. Moola born people are educated to a high level, Loved by all, Wealthy, Like to sleep much, are Selfish, Slow and Steady in their affairs, Good legs, achieve


Perfection in acts and deeds, Cordially associates with relatives, Independent, Practice of Austerities, Ability to handle weapons and tools, Attracted by sense, Offer shelter to others, Treat all alike, Easy going, Relaxed moods etc.,


1. Stomach disorder, Dullness, Arrogant. 2. Educated, Does not speak truth, Strong body. 3. Not active, Magician, Passionate. 4. Well built, Conquers, Clever. 20 Poorvashada - Hand Fan (Sagittarius 13°20' to Sagittarius 26°40'): Poorvashada is ruled by the Waters. Poorvashada provides us additional energy for our efforts. It is also known as the "Invincible Star". This nakshatra is associated with declarations of war. This nakshatra spans from 13°-20' to 26°-40' in the sign Sagittarius, the sign ruled by the lord of wisdom. It has the symbol of hand fan. People born in Poorvashada are intelligent and convincing. Poorvashada means the undefeated or unsubdued and is called the invincible star. Its natives are very proud people with the ability to influence and empathize with the masses. Princely life, Small forehead, Tiny eyes, Liked by the other sex, Powerful arms and shoulders, Affectionate mother, Proud , Undertakes pilgrimages, Attached to friends, Speaks truth, Loves to learn, Desire to use scents, Holds decent job, Strong body, Charitable, Amiable character, Happiness in married life, Frank in expressions.



1. Held in Esteem, Low fertility, Brave. 2. Not broad minded, Lack of morals, Sickly. 3. Rich, Sickness, Clean. 4. Well built, Brave, Truthful. 21 Uttarashadha - Elephant Tusk (Sagittarius 26°40' to Capricorn 10°00') Uttarashadha is ruled by the Universal Gods (Vishwe Deva). It is also known as the "Universal Star". This nakshatra spans from 26°-40' in Sagittarius to 10°-00' in Capricorn. Uttarashadha is introspective and penetrative and is concerned with intensiveness, the results of the latter being more permanent than the former. Uttarashadha is the second part of the Nakshatra Sagittarius. Uttarashadha brings us to the summit of our power, support and recognition, not so much through our personal efforts but with the appropriate alliances and support of all the Gods. Uttarashadha born can be driven like a workaholic, extremely persistent when excited, but if they loose interest they become lazy, introspective, and not finish what they started. A strongly placed moon in the natal chart of some Uttarashadha born can give them a fair complexion. The people born under this nakshatra do not trust others easily and it is only after spending considerable time with them that others can get an entry into the inner circle of their friends.


Good habits, Mole on the face, Not afraid of water, Good character, Sharp nose, Large circle of friends, Liked and praised by relatives, Famous, Good conversationalist, Desire for delicious food, No aspiration for the properties of others, Likes sweet scents, Thankful for the services rendered, Accumulates wealth by trade and service, Respects law and order etc., PADAS 1. Charitable, Clever, Broad minded. 2. Does not spend, Tactful talk, Arrogant. 3. Bulky physique, Boasting, Cruel. 4. Business, Good stamina, Wealthy. 22 Sravana ­ Arrow (Capricorn 10°00' to Capricorn 23°20'): Sravana is ruled by Vishnu, the pervader. This is the star of listening, also called the "Star of Learning". The mercurial planet Moon owns this nakshatra. This Constellation spans from 10°-00' to 23°-20' in Capricorn, owned by the planet Saturn. Sravana usually means "hearing". The symbol of Sravana is three foot-prints. It is the birth star of Saraswati. Sravana enables to link people together by connecting them to their appropriate paths in life. A person born in this Nakshatra is well versed in the sacred texts and scriptures, has many sons and friends, and destroys his enemies. Praised by one and all, Good education, Healthy, Economical in spending, Philosophical, Famous, Cautious in walking, Likes scents and incenses, Does not harm others, Love for the partner, Good wife, Needs met without


difficulty, Does not think of Harming others, Popular, Liked by the other sex, Analytical mind, Enjoys good dress and ornaments, Rich, Leads a comfortable life, etc.,


1. Big body, Clever, Virtuous. 2. Does not spend, Does not mix with others, Greedy. 3. Rich, Not healthy, Passionate. 4. Spends for good cause, wanting in character, Charitable. 23 Dhanista ­ Drum (Capricorn 23°20' to Aquarius 6°40'): Dhanista is ruled by the Asta- Vasus, the Gods of abundance. It is known as the "Star of Symphony". This nakshatra is owned by the fiery planet Mars. This nakshatra spans from 23°-20' in Capricorn to 6°-40' in Aquarius. The symbol is a drum and tabla. Dhanista has two meanings in it - one is Dhana (riches) and the other is Dhvani (sound). Dhanista builds upon the connections of Sravana and makes them more practical. A person born in this Nakshatra is of excellent behaviour, practical, rich, powerful and kind hearted. People born in this nakshatra are lean and tall, with good ability to resist contagious diseases. Interested in arts and music, Likes maternal uncles, Boldness, Unsteady mind, Rich, Kind words, Intelligent, Cheerful, Promotions in employment, Desire for meat and flesh, Thinks before spending, Love for philosophical and puranic literature, etc.,



1. Bulky body, Unscrupulous, Cruel. 2. Not rich, Bad mind, Quarrels. 3. Truthful,Good figure, Proud. 4. Guilty, Rich, Harsh. 24 Sadabhisa - Circle (Aquarius 6°40' to Aquarius 20°00'): Sadabhisa is ruled by Varuna, the God of the cosmic waters. it is also known as the "Veiling Star". This nakshatra is about healing the human condition spiritually and physically. Sadabhisa is the nakshatra owned by the node Rahu. The entire span of this nakshatra falls in the sign Aquarius, from 6°-40' to 20°-00'. The symbol is a circle. This nakshatra is the large group of faint stars in the Water Bearer (Aquarius). Sadabhisa brings about a healing crisis leading to revitalization. A person born in this Nakshatra is brave, clever and destroys his enemies. People born in this nakshatra are very simple, principled people living a simple, straightforward life. Sadabhisa born are ideally suited for any scientific career or a research job. Sadabhisa born are very changeable and often confuse people. Not fortunate, Fond of sex, Attractive mouth, Famous in all the directions, Desire for alcohol, Learned, Unhealthy, Connected with Government, Triumphs over enemies, Worries in the family, Loves his wife and children,


Influential, Not afraid of law and order, Acts without prethought, Calm appearance, Charitable by nature, Tendency to roam about, etc.,


1. Beautiful, Liberal, Happy. 2. Short temper, Easily provoked, Sinful. 3. Sickness of liver, Noble acts, Rich. 4. Conduct good, Clever worker, Happy 25 Poorvabhadrapada - Front legs of deathbed (Aquarius 20°00' to Pisces 3°20'): Poorvabhadrapadha is ruled by Ajai Ekapad, the one-footed serpent. This nakshatra spans from 20°-0' in Aquarius to 3°-20' in Pisces. The symbol is a double-faced man. Poorvabhadrapadha raises up our spiritual aspiration in life and takes us out of the domain of selfish behavior. This is a transformational nakshatra where they will sacrifice themselves for a higher cause, to make a difference in the world. A person born in this Nakshatra has full control over his sense organs, is intelligent, an expert in all art forms, and destroys his enemies. Poorvabhadrapadha born are risk takers and their charming personality often gets them out of tight spots. Good personality, Concentrates in learning and work, Influenced by ladies, Associated with law, healthy and wealthy, Accumulates riches, Likes milk and ghee, Fine orator, Dutiful to father and mother, Praised by one and all, Good Character, Aptitude for learning, kindness to others etc.,



1. Likes his spouse, Healthy, Envious. 2. Happy, Pious, Strong willed. 3. Honoured, Joyous, Composes songs. 4. Beautiful, Truthful, Miserly. 26 Uttarabhadrapadha - Back Legs of death bed (Pisces 3°20' to Pisces 16°40'): Uttarabhadrapadha is ruled by Ahir Budhnya, the serpent of the depths of the Atmosphere. It is known as the "Warrior Star". This nakshatra spans from 3°-20' to 16°-40' in Pisces. Uttarabhadrapadha grants growth and prosperity in a broad way, benefiting the entire world. A person born in this Nakshatra is rich and famous and follows a virtuous path. These people are the real believers in the power of knowledge. Uttarabhadrapadha born are loving and merciful persons and always willing to reach out to others. They tend to make a fortune at a place far away from their place of birth. Marital life will be harmonious and satisfactory and children will be a source of joy and happiness. Luxurious life, Disciplined, Litigant, Famous, Learned and intelligent, Helping tendency, Large family, Prominent ears, Good appearance, Influenced by wife/husband, Triumphs over his enemies, Charitable, Righteousness, Clever in amassing wealth, Foes rendered powerless etc.,



1. Easily provoked, No steady mind, Popular. 2. Clever, Not rich, good qualities. 3. Not quick in grasping, Anger, Respects religion. 4. Short temper, Likes songs, Envious. 27 Revati ­ Fish (Pisces 16°40' to Pisces 30°-00' ): Revati is governed by Pushan, the nourishing form of the Sun God. Revati creates abundance through providing proper nourishment. This nakshatra indicates a journey, and may in fact represent our final journey from this life to the next, being the last and final nakshatra. This is the last nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 16°-40' minutes to 30°-00' in Pisces. A person born in this Nakshatra has amicable nature, controls his senses, acquires wealth by just means and possesses sharp intelligence. A person born in the Revati nakshatra is short tempered and it is very difficult to make them accept the view, which does not suit their principles in life. Revati born persons are the most God fearing people and are religiously much inclined. Famous among common persons, Rich, Influential, Brave, Beautiful Eyes, Respects priestly class, Holds landed-properties, Charitable, Clever Speaker, Modest, Blamed without any cause, conscious of his acts and deeds, Good at heart, Heeds advice, Detests sinful acts, Keen to learn, Lives cordially with relatives and parents, Overcomes his enemies with courage etc.,



1. Joyous, Arrogant, Clever. 2. Short temper, not bulky, Debts. 3. Not rich, not clever, bad manners. 4. Truthful Wins his opponents, Clean. Vedic Astrology & Nakshatras To understand and appreciate the depth and uniqueness of Vedic astrology one must encounter and explore the nakshatras. Nakshatra literally means "that which never decays." The nakshatras reflect the primordial level of the zodiacal belt, which lies beneath the twelve basic signs. In comparison to the signs for rasis as they are named in India, the nakshatras reveal the deeper, more profound effect of the constellations. In the Vedic or Hindu system of astrology, the Nakshatras play a prominent role in the art of prediction. In fact, the mysterious and ancient Nadi leaves are based on the Nakshatras. Vedic astrology retains its root in a more ancient lunar zodiac that reflects an earlier stage of human culture and intuition. This Nakshatras system remains the pillar on which it is based and serves to uphold its many insights and great predictive power. To understand both the origins of the zodiac and our most primal connection to the heavens, it is the dominant archetype. Most of the ancient people believed that the soul travelled to the world of the stars after death returning to the gods and ancestors from whom we arose. The Vedic Nakshatras arose from such a spiritual perception of the cosmos. The Nakshatras represent the abodes into which the fruits of our labour, our


karma, are transferred and stored. The Nakshatras are the mansions of the Gods or cosmic powers and of the Rishis or sages. The Vedas say: Yo iha yajate, amum sa lokam nakshate Tan nasktranam Nakshatratvam One who offers worship here reaches world of heaven beyond. That is the Nakshatrahood of the Nakshatras. "Yovai nakshatriyam prajapatim veda,ubhayo revam lokayo rviduhu,hasta evasya hastaha,Chitra sirah,nishtya hridayam,ooroo vishakhe,pratishtha nuradhaha,eshavai nakshatriyam prajapatihi"4 The root "naksh" behind the term Nakshatra means to approach, worship, or attain, while "tra" is a suffix suggesting instrumentality. The Nakshatras were defined originally as means of connecting with the cosmic powers and extending our human mind to the cosmic mind. The Nakshatras dispense the fruits of karma, the highest of which is the fruit of our worship and meditation, our spiritual labour in life. The Nakshatras are of prime importance in muhurta or electional astrology for determining favourable times for actions, particularly sacramental or sacred actions like marriage. The term Nakshatra is commonly mentioned in the Rig Veda, the oldest of the four Vedas or sacred texts of Hinduism. The names of several Nakshatras occur in the Rig Veda, like Tishya (Pusahya), Aswini and Revati, but not a complete listing of them. Complete listings of the Nakshatras occur in the Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Samhita IV.4.10) and in the Atharva Veda (XIX.7.2) places the ayana or


Taittiriya Brahmana I.5.2


solstice in Makha (Regulus or early Leo) reflecting a date of before 2000 BCE and also mentions the planets and Rahu(XIX.9.10). The Vedas state, "Our ancestors fashioned heaven as a dark horse with pearls. They placed the darkness in the night and the light in the day. Brihaspati(Jupiter) broke the rock and released the rays". Rig Veda X.68.11. Dawn is the head of the sacrificial horse. Heaven is his eye. The year is his soul. His form is the Nakshatras and the stars are his bones. Taittiriya Samhita of Yajur Veda VII.5.25. One could argue that without a real knowledge of the Nakshatras one cannot be a real Vedic astrologer or really understand the system. Yet we should not forget the spiritual origins and potential of the Nakshatras, as tools for uniting with the stars that are the powers of the cosmic mind and the lords of karma. Each nakshatra has a particular power of shakti, the shakti is "the power of the devatas or the deities ruling the lunar mansions." Every nakshatra is associated not only with particular deities, but also with a specific planet which rules their asterism. It may fall completely within a particular sign or overlap between two signs .Thus, it is also influenced by the sign or rasi within which it resides. Nakshathra Purusha: - the first three asterisms from the janma Nakshathra constitute its face, the next four its eyes, the next four its neck, the next six its hands, the next two its sides, the next eight its legs.5


Kalaprakashika-English translation by N P Subramania Iyer-pg 147 edition 1919


ROLE OF NAKSHATRAS(Stellar) In the original observations of the zodiac by the sages of yore were done by way of the naksatras and not by the signs. The reason was simple. The Moon was at a different segment of the zodiac every night. It returned to the same segment after 27 days. This prompted them to divide the zodiac of 360 degree in 27 equal parts of 13 degree 20 minutes each. Each segment was given a name appropriate to its characteristics. Generally we use naksatras for a) Calculation of starting point of the vimsothari dasa. b) Matching of horoscopes for the purpose of marriage c) Finding the Namanakshatra for naming ceremony d) Finding the appropriate Muhurtha for a specific activity. e) As a basis for the mantra or primal sounds of the soul used for naming children in India and for yogic practices as well. Just as each sign has a distinct personality and every one has to understand and arrive at the conclusion, so is the case with Nakshatras. In fact, the personality of a Nakshatra is cloaked in so many different layers that it is quite a task to unravel it completely. The wise and perceptive have often said that for your predictions, you must look, and look intently, at the nature of nakshatra. In India, the Moon Nakshatra is the main indicator of personality types, much like the Sun sign is in Western astrology. People don't ask, "What is your sign?" but, "What is your Nakshatra?" Nakshatra types, like Sun sign types are clearly delineated according to their temperament, characteristics, appearances, likes and dislikes. In fact Vedic astrology has much more detail classifying Nakshatra types than Western astrology has with its Sun sign types.


STELLAR(Nakshatra) EFFECTS-THE GUNAS IN PREDICTION ­Important tool for prediction. In Srimad Bhagavath Geetha, we have a Chapter (Guna Thraya Vibhaga Yoga Chapter 14 consisting of 27 slokas.) wherein it is expounded that the three Gunas (Satwika, Rajasa and Taamasa) are emanated from the Prakruti. It may be also construed that Gunas are linked with Prakruti. From the same chapter, one will be able to note that Rajo Guna takes the nature of passions, desires and attachments; Tamo Guna indicates carelessness, laziness and drowsiness. On the other hand Satwik Guna is radiant, does not cause harm or obstacles, gives happiness and comfort. Again in the Chapter Sradha Triya Vibhaga Yoga (Chapter 17 containing 28 slokas) Sradha is of three kinds that is Rajasa, Satwika and Taamasa. One finds that Satwika worship Devas,The Rajasics worship Yakshas and Rakhshasas. The Taamasas worship inferior deities like Vana Devathas and Bhutha Ganas. Sriman Nigamaantha Desikan (A Srivishanavite Acharya) in his Sri Sthuthi (verse No.7) has stated the words' THRI GUNA PALAKAM NIRMITHA STHANA BAYTHAM and verse taken as a whole in a broad sense can be taken to mean that the Gunas play great part in the affairs, status etc., of all including the various deities as well as Devathas and they owe their position and power due to the Gunas.

Name of the Nakshatra/Star Aswini Bharani Kritikka Rohini Makha P.Phalguni U.Phalguni Hastha Moola P.Shada U.Shada Sravana

Lord of the Nakshatra Gunas Ketu Venus Sun Moon Taamasic Rajasic Rajasic Rajasic


Mrigaseera Aridra Punarvasu Pushyami Ashlesha

Chitra Swati Vishaka Anuradha Jyeshta

Dhanista Sadabhisa P.Bhadra U.Bhadra Revati

Mars Rahu Jupiter Saturn Mercury

Tamasic Tamasic Satwik Taamasic Satwik FORMED BY THE


Just like a Sign aspecting (?)another sign or rasi and a planet aspecting planets, we have in Stellar Astrology one Star aspecting another Star or Constellation. The aspects formed depend upon the planets situated in a particular constellation. The Stars in which Guru (Jupiter) and Sani (Saturn) are placed have special aspects. 6 1 2 3 4 When the Sun is posited in a constellation that Star aspects When the Moon is posited in a constellation that Star aspects. When Mars is posited in a constellation that Star aspects. When Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn is posited in a constellation that Star aspects. 5 The special aspects of the star in which Saturn is placed. 15 and 16 stars from it 7, 8, 11, 16, 21and 26 stars from it. 4, 8, 10, 15 and 18 stars from it. 3, 7, 8 and 15 stars from it. 3 and 5 stars from it


NV Raghava Chary(meena2), Practical Stellar Astrology(Based on Nadi Principles)-- p.15,ed. 2nd 2004



The special aspects of the Star in which Guru is placed.

10 and 19 stars from it

STELLAR (Nakshatra) predictions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.


NAKSHATRAS (Constellations) useful for horary astrology to give instant Aswini Bharani Kritikka Rohini Mrigaseera Aridra Punarvasu Pushyami Ashlesha Makha P.Phalguni U.Phalguni Hastha Chitra Swati Vishaka Anuradha Jyeshta Moola Poorvashada Uthirashada Sravana Dhanista Sadabhisa P.bhadrapada U.Bhadra pada Revati 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 20Vg 1Gh 00Vg 1Gh 40Vg 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 00Vg 2Gh 40Vg 3Gh 10Vg 2Gh 50Vg 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 20Vg 1Gh 00Vg 1Gh 40Vg 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 00Vg 2Gh 40Vg 3Gh 10Vg 2Gh 50Vg 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 20Vg 1Gh 00Vg 1Gh 40Vg 1Gh 10Vg 3Gh 00Vg 2Gh 40Vg 3Gh 10Vg 2Gh 50Vg 28mts 1hr20mts 24mts 40mts 28mts 1hr12mts 1hr04mts 1hr16mts 1hr08mts 28mts 1hr20mts 24mts 40mts 28mts 1hr12mts 1hr04mts 1hr16mts 1hr08mts 28mts 1hr20mts 24mts 40mts 28mts 1hr12mts lhr04mts 1hr16mts 1hr08mts


Total 60 Gh 00 Vg 24hrs Vg- Vighadia 1 Ghadia = 24 Mts = 60 Vighadias


PURPOSE OF HUMAN EXISTENCE The purpose or goal of human existence is called as Purushartha. According to the Vedas, there are four goals namely Dharma (righteousness) ,Artha (wealth), Kama (pleasure), and Moksha (permanent freedom from worldly bondage). According to this philosophy, the first three goals are not an end by themselves but need to be pursued with the ideal of attaining Moksha. Moksha is a state where the Jeeva achieves one-ness with Brahman in terms of all knowership and possessing qualities free from all worldly evils and defects. The Jeeva however does not possess the power to create and destroy. Neither does it have the power to grant Moksha. ETHICS OF JEEVA Souls and Matter are only the body of God. Creation is a real act of God. It is the expansion of intelligence. Matter is fundamentally real and undergoes real revelation. The Soul is a higher mode than Matter, because it is conscious. It is also eternally real and eternally distinct. Final release, that comes, by the Lord's Grace, after the death of the body is a Communion with God. This philosophy believes in liberation through one's Karmas (actions) in accordance with the Vedas, the Varna (class) system and the four Ashramas (stages of life), along with intense devotion to Lord Vishnu. Individual Souls retain their separate identities even after Moksha. They live in Fellowship with God either serving Him or meditating on Him. The philosophy of this school is Sri Vaishnavism, a branch of Vaishnavism. VISHISHTADVAITA - JEEVA Vishishtadvaita The Absolute Supreme Reality referred to as Brahman, is a Transcendent Personality with infinite superlative qualities. He is Narayana, also known as Lord Vishnu. Narayana is the Absolute God. The Soul and the Universe are only parts of this Absolute and hence, Vishishtadvaita is pantheistic. The AND SAREERA-STELLAR ASTROLOGY


relationship of God to the Soul and the Universe is like the relationship of the Soul of Man to the body of Man. Individual souls is only parts of Brahman. God, Soul and Universe together form an inseparable unity which is one and has no second. This is the non-duality part. Matter and Souls in here in that Ultimate Reality as attributes to a substance. This is the qualification part of the non-duality. Vishishtadvaita philosophy provided the philosophical basis for the establishment of Sri Vaishnavism and gave Vedantic backing to the brimming devotion of the Alwar saints and their composition of wonderful poetry and devotional songs in praise of Lord Vishnu. The impediments arise from sins committed by the individual souls by transgressing the codes of conduct prescribed in the Sastras thus incurring the displeasure of the Lord. This in turn impedes the progress of the Jeeva towards Moksha. The sins are born out of Avidya (Ignorance), and Karmavasana (the latent impressions of the past and the present deeds)-the effects of which can be got rid of only by atoning and surrendering to the Lord. As for the impediments, they manifest in different ways:i) Committing sins deliberately to secure temporary and trivial mundane benefits ii) Continuing to commit sins more and more- one sin leading to another in an endless chain. Through the Sastra, the individual soul discerns the differentiation as between its self and the body on the one hand and as between its individual soul (Jeevatma) and the Universal soul (Paramatma) on the other. He also comes to know that his deeds (Karma) are responsible for his repeated reincarnations (Punarjanmas). He therefore refrains from bad deeds (Papa)


and resorts to spiritually meritorious deeds (Punya) as prescribed in the Sastras. He also becomes aware of the Supreme Lord Sri Narayana and that surrender (Prapatti) to him as the best means to reach Narayana and enjoy everlasting bliss. To the Jeeva who has attained Moksha everything will be pleasant, agreeable and blissful. Even those that appeared painful or even less pleasurable while on earth because of the constraining effects of the material world would now appear enjoyable due to the absence of the material binding and the presence of Bhagavan. While comparing Jeeva and Sareera of Sri Vaishnavism, with that of Stellar Astrology, in Sri Vaishnavism, the ultimately Jeeva to merge with universal soul and body (Paramatma) to get Moksha or relief from the cycles of birth and death, in Stellar astrology the Jeeva and Sareera(Planets identified by using Nakshatras) of bhava/karaka should go inline with each other to give best result to that bhava/karaka, so that the bhava/karaka gets satisfied and also the native bestowed with very good results. Just like the Jeeva(by performing good karmas) gets Moksha the ultimate in the life, in astrology the bhava/karaka Jeeva and Sareera planets if they are benefic, friends and associated with benefic houses bestows very good results to the native like blissful Moksha. Working on this line I had worked out certain principles for good result to flow to the native with the timing of events, as when the event shall fructify by linking dasa, bukthi and anthara of the birth chart with that of bhava/karaka Jeeva and Sareera planets.


Karma Sidhantha: It is no wonder that the predictions are coming true to the satisfaction of many, thus the subject is an eye opener to cynics who do not believe in astrology and it is the time for them to ponder over the karma siddhantha and the universal design of the God in dispensing the justice in the frame work of the universal law "as you sow so shall you reap", indicating the relevance of Sanchitha karma in ones life which is akin to the fate. Like wise it also emphasizes the prarabdha or the actions rendered by the will power during the current life which indicate the free will that operates in a given time depending on the one's inclination to choose the will power. Thus life is not to be a discovery of what probability you are but it is to create what potential you are "yat bhavam tath bhavathi" i.e. "thoughts are things". It is highly essential that one must readily accept to burn the past karmas and to render all good deeds in the current life which will leave a balance sheet of the fate and forms the seed known as agaami for the future birth. Hence, purpose of astrology has risen beyond the limited purpose of electional, mundane, natal astrology for mere predicting of events to that of self realization, and self enlightment adopting the values of universal love and universal service. Therefore, the astrology found a rightful place in vedanga indicating its relevance of the Vedanta that the merger of the individual self with that of universal self is possible by an insight, the basic reason that the Indian philosophy is not a mere doctrine or a dogma but it is a way of life. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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References: Practical Stellar Astrology, by Sri. N V Raghavachary Stellar Effects in Astrology-Jeeva and Sareera, By Dr.NVRA Raja The Nakshatras-The Lunar mansions of Vedic Astrology-, Dennis M Harness


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