It is often heard saying to people that its planetary Nakshatra is bad. That child is born in a good nakshatra. I took a new car but it was an accident, I do not know which nakshatra it brought.
What are these Nakshatras? How do they affect our lives? In Hinduism, planetary constellations matter a lot, our Vedic scripture is based on the entire planetary constellations.
The group of stars in the sky is called the Nakshatra. They are connected by the moon path. When we talk of space science, it is a matter of the equation of motion of the moon or planets. The Moon revolves around the Earth, and the Moon revolves around the Earth in 27 days and passes through 27 groups.
The moon which passes through a group of 27 stars is known as 27 different Nakshatra. The moon divides each zodiac into 27 nakshatras. When a person is born, the moon which passes through the nakshatra or group of stars is called its birth nakshatra, and that constellation shines its consensus.
The works done in these Nakshatras are successful and give auspicious results. There are 15 Nakshatras inside it. Rohini, Ashwani, Mrigashira, Pushya, Hasta, Chitra, Revathi, Shravan, Swati, Anuradha, Uttarabhadrapada, Uttarshada, Uttaraphalguni, Ghuddha Punavasu.
It is not considered appropriate to do any big work in this Nakshatra, but small tasks can be done, and no harm is done to the person. It consists of Purva, Phalguni, Purvashada, Purvabhadrapada, Visakha, Jyestha, Ardra, Moola and Shatabhisha.
The works done in this constellation always go in vain, their result is bad, the functioning is interrupted. These nakshatra are considered destructive, they should do the same work which is destructive, such as building collapses, setting fire etc. The nakshatra that come under it are Bharani, Kritika, Magha and Alesha.
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