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Purva Ashadha Nakshatra

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Purva Ashadha Nakshatra

Purvashadha (or sometimes written as Purva Ashadha) Nakshatra lies in the constellation of Sagittarius and is composed of three stars in the formation of a fan. The symbol that represents Purvashadha is thus, a fan. The stars are namely, Kaus Australis, Kaus Borealis, and Kaus Media. It holds a span of 13°20′ to 26°40′ Sagittarius. It is the 20th star in the line of 28 Nakshatras in Vedic Astrology. The name Purvashadha is a combination of two Sanskrit words ‘Purva’ and ‘Ashadha’, which translate to “The Former Invincible One” or “The Former Unconquered One.” Likewise, the people born under this star possess a feeling of being invincible.

The ruling deity of Purvashadha Nakshatra is Apas, the Godly cosmic waters. This makes for a strong association of the natives of this star with water at an elemental level. People born under the Purva Ashadha Nakshatra are very optimistic and self-sustaining by nature. They are independent at heart consider themselves to be invincible. They truly believe they are unbeatable. Purvashadha is often associated with qualities of fluidity and adaptability, yet retaining its grace & power. The natives are inspiring personas who are always enthusiastic and can energize their surroundings with their presence. The high energy levels also account for mental aggression and conflicts for those born under this star. As such, Purvashadha also has a reputation for starting battles, deeming itself fearless and indestructible.

The controlling planet of Purvashadha Nakshatra is Venus, the hottest planet on our solar system. This again resonates with the aggression and courage that the people born under this star possess. They are proud creatures and can easily take offense. They hold a strong attachment towards friends, and make for agreeable spouse.

Seed sounds for baby names of Purvashadha Nakshatra natives are Bu, Dah, Bha, Dha.