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NAKSHATRAS or Moon Constellations


Vedic Astrology Zodiac is made of 360 degrees and 27 constellations(stars), which are called Nakshatras. EachNakshatra is 13 degrees and 20 minutes. Each Nakshatra or star in Vedic Astrology has a corresponding astronomical name which is referred to by the Western Astrologers and Astronomers.
Table with Nakshatra (star) and corresponding Ruler, Longitude(Lahiri correction), and Astronomical name.
Nakshatra
Ruler
Longitude
Deity
Ashwini
Ketu
00 Aries – 13’ 20’’ Aries
Ashwin Kumars
Bharani
Venus
13’20’’ Aries – 26’40’’ Aries
Yama
Krittika
Sun
26’40’’ Aries – 10’ Taurus
Agni
Rohini
Moon
10’ Taurus – 23’20’’ Taurus
Brahma
Mrigashira
Mars
23’20’’ Taurus 20 – 6’40’’ Gemini
Soma
Ardra
Rahu
6’40’’ Gemini – 20’ Gemini
Rudra
Punarvasu
Jupiter
20’ Gemini – 3’20’’ Cancer
Aditi
Pushya
Saturn
3’20’’ Cancer 20 – 16’40’’ Cancer
Brihaspati
Ashlesha
Mercury
16’40’’ Cancer 40 – 30’ Cancer
Naga
Magha
Ketu
00’ Leo – 13’20’’ Leo
Pitris
Poorva Phalguni
Venus
13’20’’ Leo– 26’40’’ Leo
Bhaga
Uttara Phalguni
Sun
26’40’’Leo– 10’ Virgo
Aryaman
Hasta
Moon
10’ Virgo – 23’20’’ Virgo
Savitar
Chitra
Mars
23’20’’ Virgo– 6’40’’ Libra
Vishvakarma
Swati
Rahu
6’40’’ Libra 40 – 20’ Libra
Vayu
Vishaka
Jupiter
20’ Libra – 3’20’’ Scorpio
Indra & Agni
Anuradha
Saturn
3’ 20’ Scorpio– 16’40’’ Scorpio
Mitra & Radha
Jyeshtha
Mercury
16’40’’ Scorpio– 30’ Scorpio
Indra
Moola
Ketu
00’ Sagittarius – 13’20’’ Sagittarius
Nirriti
Poorva Ashadha
Venus
13’20’’ Sagittarius –26’40’’ Sagittarius
Apas & Varuna
Uttara Ashadha
Sun
26’40’’ Sagittarius – 10’ Capricorn
Vishvadevas
Shravana
Moon
10’ Capricorn – 23’20 Capricorn
Vishnu & Saraswati
Dhanishta
Mars
23’20’’ Capricorn– 6’40’’ Aquarius
8 Vasus
Shatabhisha
Rahu
6’40’’ Aquarius– 20’ Aquarius
Varuna
Poorva Bhadrapada
Jupiter
20’ Aquarius – 3’20’’ Pisces
Aja Ekapada
Uttara Bhadrapada
Saturn
3’20 Pisces – 16’40’’ Pisces
Ahirbudnya
Revati
Mercury
16’40’’ Pisces– 30’ Pisces
Pushan








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NAKSHATRAS/GUNAS/Correspondences


Gunas
Presiding Deities
 

 
1. Ashwini.
Ketu Horse Deva
Ashwini Kumar
2. Bhairini
Venus, Elephant, Manushya, Yama
3. Krittika.
Sun, Goat, Rakshasa, Agni
4. Rohini.
Moon, Serpent, Manushya, Brahma
5. Mrigashira.
Mars, Serpent, Deva, Soma
6. Ardra
Rahu, Dog, Manushya, Rudra
7. Purnavasu.
Jupiter, Cat, Deva, Aditi
8. Pushya
Saturn, Goat, Deva, Brihaspati
9. Aslesha.
Mercury, Cat, Rakshasa, Ahi
10. Magha.
Ketu, Rat, Rakshasa, Pitragana
11. P.Phalguni.
Venus, Rat, Manushya, Bhagya
12. U. Phalguni.
Sun, Cow, Manushya, Surya
13. Hasta.
Moon, Buffalo, Deva, Savita
14. Chitra.
Mars, Tiger, Rakshasa, Vishwakarma
15. Swati.
Rahu, Buffalo, Deva, Pawan
16. Visakha.
Jupiter, Tiger, Rakshasa, Satragni
17. Anuradha.
Saturn, Deer, Deva, Mitra
18. Jyestha.
Mercury, Deer, Rakshasa, Indra
19. Moola.
Ketu, Dog, Rakshasa, Nirriti
20. P.Ashadha.
Venus, Monkey, Manushya, Toya
21. U.Ashadha.
Sun, Mongoose, Manushya, Vishwadeva
22. Shravana.
Moon, Monkey, Deva, Hari
23. Dhanista.
Mars, Lion, Rakshasa, Vasu
24. Shatabhisha.
Rahu, Horse, Rakshasa, Varuna
25. P.Bhadrapada.
Jupiter, Lion, Manushya, Ajapada
26. U.Bhadrapada.
Saturn, Cow, Manushya, Abhibadhnu
27. Revati
Mercury, Elephant, Deva, Pushan

NAKSHATRAS or MOON Constellations in Vedic Astrology

NAKSHATRAS or MOON Constellations in Vedic Astrology
 

Below is a basic understanding of each nakshatra. Look for your natal Moon nakshatra in your Jyotish chart and find it on the list below.
Asvini: Ruled by the Asvin twins, Sasra and Satya, known as the doctors of the gods. Healing, rejuvenation, Ayurveda and the creative as well as the healing arts are exemplified here. Symbol: Horse head.
Bharani: Ruled by the deity Yama, lord of death, called the “king of dharma”. He brings self-control and restraint as well as death and transformation. Symbol: Yoni (Vagina).
Krittika: Ruled by the fire of life, Agni, a sacred fire god who offers purification, burning, clarification and digestion. Agni’s fire brings brightness, sharpness and quickness. Symbols: Axe, scalpel, flame.
Rohini: Ruled by Lord Brahma, the god of creation who created the universe from his navel. Sometimes he is called Prajapati, lord of progeny. Creativity and culture are exemplified here. Symbol: Ox cart.
 
Mrigashirsha: Ruled by Soma which is the Vedic name for the Moon, lord of all the nakshatras. Friendliness, a fickle nature, creativity, comforts as well as growth, ojas, and procreative power are here. Symbol: Deer head with antlers.
Ardra: Ruled by the storm god, Rudra, born of the creator’s rage. He brings destruction, emotional upheaval, storms and natural disasters, as well as sickness. Rudra has immense strength. Symbol: Teardrop and perspiration.
Punarvasu: Ruled by Aditi, the mother of all goodness, the eternal Ma. She gives abundance, unity consciousness, compassion and unboundedness, as well as protection and guidance, learning and expansion. Symbol: Quiver of arrows.
Pushya: Ruled by Brihaspati, or priest to the gods, also known as the devaguru Jupiter. Wisdom, awareness, ritual, overcoming negative thoughts and behaviors are exemplified here. Symbol: Milk giving cow udder.
Ashlesha: Ruled by Sarpa, the serpent god who is represented by Rahu (north lunar node). Deception, overconfidence, extremes, cheating, intense research and study, as well as healing and transcendence manifest here. Symbol: Coiled serpent.
Magha: Ruled by Pitr, who is connected to the ancestors as well as father and the paternal lineage. Strong masculine energy is here, with a sense of duty and a need for ancestral connection as well as authority. Symbol: Throne room.
Purva Phalguni: Ruled by Bhaga who is connected to resources, wealth and luck. He presides over love and relationship, affection and sexual passion. Symbol: Back legs of a bed.
Uttara Phalguni: Ruled by Aryaman who offers health, bodily strength and sustenance. He presides over marriage, family and children, and is considered chief of the ancestors. Symbol: Front legs of a bed.
Hasta: Ruled by Savitr, a form of the Sun at the junction prior to dawn. He brings awareness, illumination, knowledge and insight, as well as our “waking up” and realizing. Symbol: Hand or fist.
Chitra: Ruled by Vishvakarma, the divine architect and chief of “construction” for the gods. Building and planning, construction and artistic creation, karma yoga, ornamentation, reconstruction are a part of Vishvakarma’s offerings. Symbol: Shining jewel.
Swati: Ruled by Vayu, the wind god who is connected to cosmic life force. He correlates to both the internal and external winds (or prana) as well as strength, power and movement. Symbol: Sprout, sword, coral.
Vishakha: Ruled by the dual gods, Indra and Agni, who represent both political and spiritual power. They bring alliances and support systems and exemplify “team work.” Symbol: Decorated gateway.
Anuradha: Ruled by Mitra, a form of the Sun, connected to friendship, companionship and allies. He is supportive and connected to fine detail work. Symbol: Decorated gateway.
Jyeshtha: Ruled by Indra, king of the gods. Controlling urges and the senses, as well strength, power and heroism are strong here. Symbol: Talisman, an earring.
Mula: Ruled by Nirrti, the wife of adharma (sin). She goes against Natural Law and brings destruction and uprooting with her. Symbol: Bundle of roots or lion’s tail.
Purva Ashadha: Ruled by Apas, the water goddess, connected to emotions, purification, flowing and feelings, searching and rejuvenation. Symbol: Tusk of an elephant, fan.
Uttara Ashadha: Ruled by Vishvadeva, or the “all-gods”, which are essentially the Universal Principles or Laws of Nature, personified. Dharma, nobility and good character are offered here. Symbol: Tusk of an elephant, planks of a bed.
Sravana: Ruled by Vishnu, the all-pervasive god connected to akasha (space), existing everywhere. He brings expansion, wisdom and open-mindedness. Symbol: Three footprints, trident, ear.
Dhanishta: Ruled by Vasu, who brings wealth, shining, fame and wealth. There is a connection to light, jyotish, and creativity here. Symbol: Drum.
Shatabhisha: Ruled by Varuna, the guardian of Natural Law, or universal principles. He sees everything and brings his discrimination and judgment with him, while offering punishment and repentance. Symbol: Empty circle or a charm.
Purva Bhadrapada: Ruled by Ajaikapada, which is connected to lord of the dance, Lord Shiva. Dark tantra or ritual and purification can arise here, as well as tapas and penance. Symbol: Front of a funeral cot, two faced man.
Uttara Bhadrapada: Ruled by Ahirbudhnya, or the naga, serpent god who is connected to the deep nether regions, or our subconscious mind. Naga is connected to Ketu (south lunar node) as well as unseen, hidden territory. Symbol: Back legs of a funeral cot.
Revati: Ruled by Pushan, the nourisher, who offers guidance and protection on one’s path and brings nourishment and prosperity with him. Symbol: Drum for keeping time.
 
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