Uttara Ashadha(To Gain Victory that can never be Lost)

This star is associated with a strong sense of tradition and a realistic approach to starting new businesses. Monsters, humans, and gods are the three types of Nakshatras. A human nakshatra is Uttara-Ashadha. In general, members of this group are ambitious and self-driven.

The glimpse of Uttarashada Nakshatra

According to Vedic astrological principles, Uttara Ashadha or Uttarashada nakshatra is the twenty-first of the twenty-seven nakshatras. The Sun is the lord or ruling planet of this nakshatra. It extends from the constellation of Sagittarius to the constellation of Capricorn. The nakshatra is represented as an elephant tusk or a little bed.

The first pada falls under the Jupiter-ruled sign of Sagittarius. If the Sun, Jupiter, and Mars are connected with good houses, the person has an incomparable personality.

The last three Pada come under the Capricorn sign, which is controlled by Saturn. They are sincere and will take on any project with zeal and see it through to completion. They do not deceive anyone, and their natural honesty is another personality feature that is clearly observed and quite charming.

The first pada of the Uttarashada Nakshatra is located in the Sagittarius Navamsa, which is ruled by Jupiter. This pada is the beginning of the Uttarashada Nakshatra. Developing one’s own sense of ethics and self-assurance will be the primary focus here. A significant amount of new information will be learned. 

Uttarashada Nakshatra 2nd Pada: The Capricorn Navmansa is the second pada of Uttarashada Nakshatra. The thoughts, aspirations, and plans that people have formed in order to accomplish their aims are in the spotlight here.

The third pada of the Uttarashadha Nakshatra falls in the Aquarius Zodiac sign Navamsa, which is controlled by Saturn. The emphasis here is on knowledge gain and material comforts.

Uttarashadha Nakshatra 4th Pada: Jupiter rules the Pisces Star sign Navamsa, where the fourth pada of Uttarashada Nakshatra is located. In the following, the focus will continually change from the tangible aspects of things to the spiritual aspects of those same things.

The  behaviour traits

They are reserved individuals who require numerous encounters and a period of acquaintance with others before others can begin to comprehend their characteristics. Despite this, they are very straightforward individuals who despise pretence and hypocrisy. The person has a strong resolve and does not give up easily, despite their seeming simplicity and directness in day-to-day interactions. Another attribute of such people is that they consult with others before making any decisions, and they are calm and controlled.

A few favourable characteristics of those born under this nakshatra are their modesty and their willingness to appreciate others for who they are and what they accomplish, regardless of their position in life. Despite their profound disagreements, they are respectful of one another and never express any animosity.

Natives often don’t have the drive to do things and expect constant approval or praise for their work. If they don’t get it, they tend to be unhappy and depressed. They are modest and have a lot of patience for people who may not deserve it. On the one hand, being too humble and not being able to be harsh with people can be seen as a good thing, but it can also get them into trouble and show up as a bad thing at times.

Uttarashada Nakshatra’s ruling god is Lord Ganesha. After being beheaded, Lord Ganesha is claimed to have been brought back to life by having an elephant’s head attached to his body. Therefore, he has a strong connection to both Uttarashada nakshatra and elephants.

Favourable: It is one of the best Nakshatras for Initiating Activities, Planning Events, Spiritual Activities, Rituals, using Discernment, Business Affairs, Signing Contracts, Promotions, Dealing with Authority, Artistic Ventures, Laying a Foundation for a Building, Moving into a New Home, Marriage, Politics, and Legal Matters, Contracts, Art, Politics, Law

Unfavourable: Travel, Conclusions or any Kind of Endings, Illegal Activities, Unethical Activities, Criminal Activity, Impulsive Actions, and Rude Behaviour

Meaning: “Second of the Invincible One”, “The Latter Undefeated”, “Later Victory”

Star: Uttara Ashada

Rasi (Zodiac): Sagittarius/ Capricorn

Range: 26o 40’ Sagittarius- 10o 00’ Capricorn

Padas: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces

Ruling Planet: Sun , Deities: Vishvedeva

Meaning: “Second of the Invincible One”, “The Latter Undefeated”, “Later Victory”

Indication: “The Universal Star”

Body Part: The Thighs, The Waist

Guna (Quality): Sattwa

Gana (Race): Manushya (Human)

Purushartha (Goal): Moksha (Spiritual Liberation/ Emancipation)

Tridosha: Kapha (Phlegm or Water + Earth)

Nature of Star: Dhruva (Fixed)

Varna (Caste): Kshatriya (Warrior)

Gotra (Clan): Kratu (name translates as the “One who Inspires”)

Direction: South

Pancha Mahabhuta (Element): Air (Vayu)

Shakti (Power): Apradhrishya Shakti (The Power to “Give an Unstoppable or Permanent Victory”)

Basis Above: The Strength to Win

Basis Below: The Goal that can be Won

Desire: To Gain Victory that can never be Lost

Result of Shakti, Basis, & Desire: Becomes the Unchallenged Winner

Activity: Balanced

TriMurthi (Process): Shiva (Dissolve)

Direction of Mouth / Motion: Urdhwa Mukha (Looking Up/ Facing Upwards)

Yoni (Gender): Male

Animal Symbol: Mongoose

Bird: Stork, Cock (Kukkuta Pakshi)

Sounds: Bay, Bo, Jaa, Jee

Tree/ Plant: Palasa, Phanus, Bread Fruit, Jackfruit (Latin Name: Artocarpus Heterophyllu)

Colour: Copper

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