Residing completely within the constellation of Aquarius is Shatabhisha, the24th Nakshatra out of the 28 in Vedic Astrology. It is formed by a group of very faint stars and holds a span that extends from 6°40′ to 20°00′ Aquarius. The name Shatabhisha means “100 physicians.” The symbol used for this Nakshatra is an ox cart or sometimes, an empty circle. This star is often associated with fields of medicine and healing abilities.
The presiding deity of Shatabhisha Nakshatra is Lord Varuna, the God of rain. People born under this star hence, show rain-like independence. Their demeanor resembles that of water and can be soothing yet hurtful on occasions. They can be harsh at times, yet are truthful by nature. They develop grief stricken personalities but are easily capable of conquering over their enemies. The symbol for representing Shatabhisha is an empty circle, which indicates the ability to explore mysteries and philosophies of the unknown. The natives of this star are often fascinated by mysteries, research, and unraveling of secrets. They take great interest in puzzles and can sometimes engage thoughtlessly in their work.
Shatabhisha has Rahu as its controlling planet, which makes it a secretive star. It follows a unique path to discover its true potential along and bring out the hidden powers. This often results in the natives of this star following a reclusive lifestyle. Those born under this star are also prone to and must be cautious of depression and seclusion. Shatabhishanatives are truthful at heart, and intuitive and ambitious by nature.
People born under the Shatabhisha Nakshatra have names starting with sounds: Go, Sa, Si, Su