Eastern Astrology : Uttar Ashadha Nakshatra – The Universal star
The translation of Uttara Ashadha nakshatra is “the latter victory” or “the second invincible one.” The world god, Vishwadeva, rules this nakshatra, which is connected to the Sun. The daughter of the universe’s genetic engineer Daksha, Vishva, and Dharma are said to have had 10 offspring.
Vasu (Goodness), Satya, and (Truth) 3. Kratu (Will Power) Daksha 4. (Ritual Skill) 6. Kama (Desire/Lust) and 5. Kala (Time). 7. Dhriti (Stability/Patience) 8. Kuru (Ancestors) 9. Pururavas (Prosperity/Light) Madravas (Peak of Joy), number 10. This constellation is also linked to Ganesha (Vignesh), the Obstacle Remover.
This nakshatra is the subject of an intriguing tale. The deity of creation Bramha was once impressed by a demon. He granted two boons to the demon. One hundred kavacha that Brahma gave him will contain his life. Until that kavacha is taken from his body, he cannot be murdered.
Another blessing was that he would have to fight the person who removes all the kavacha for a hundred years. With such a gift, he began using his abilities in both good and harmful ways. To exterminate this demon, Vishnu stepped in. He took the forms of two men, Nara and Narayana.
Nara finally succeeded in destroying one of the kavacha after a century-long battle. Then, one kavacha after another was destroyed by Nara and Narayan in turn. In this manner, when only one kavacha remained, he made the decision to seek protection from the Sun deity.
After a protracted period of time, he took on the form of Sun-god Karna’s son. When Indra once approached Karna dressed as a beggar, the latter generously gave him his last kavacha. Later, Arjuna murdered him at the battle of Kurukshetra after he had been defeated.
The elephant’s tusk, the nakshatra’s symbol, represents conflict, struggle, and a spirit of resistance. These locals lack the capacity to accept loss. Under this nakshatra, leaders are born. A native is very capable of leading thanks to the planetary influences of Jupiter, Saturn, and the Sun. They are able to advance in rank and career. These locals can readily find employment in a government organisation.
This nakshatra is materialistic. Jupiter is weak in this nakshatra under the sign of Capricorn as a result. In the materialistic world, these natives are incredibly concentrated and goal-oriented. They are not very interested in religion or spirituality. Uttara Ashada nakshatra is divided into 4 different padas which carries the energy of 4 different planets
Divisions of Uttara Ashada Nakshatra:
1.Jupiter, the planet, rules Pada 1. This pada compels someone to walk the morally upright path of dharma. These people frequently hold high moral standards.
- Saturn is the planet that rules Pada 2. The native is realistic because of this pada. These indigenous do not have an egotistical tendency.
- Saturn is the planet that rules Pada 3. An individual becomes organised and sincere thanks to this pada. Most of the time, these people are drawn to helping others.
- Jupiter, the planet, rules Pada 4. An individual becomes beautiful and charismatic thanks to this pada. They frequently possess strong moral principles and desire to assist others.