The 21st Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology is the Uttarashadha Nakshatra (or sometimes written as Uttara Ashadha). It bridges the constellations of Sagittarius and Capricorn in the astrology chart and has a span from 26°40′ Sagittarius to 10°00′ Capricorn. Uttarashadha comprises of the following five stars: Sigma, Tau, Phi, Zeta Sagittarii. The tusk of an elephant is used for representing this star. He name Uttarashadha forms by joining of two Sanskrit words – ‘Uttara’ and ‘Ashadha’. They translate to ‘The Latter Invincible One’ or ‘The Final Victory’.
The ruling deities of Uttarashadha Nakshatra are the ten Vishvadevas, the Gods of dharma. This makes it a star of deep integrity and humanitarian values. The people born under this star, hence, also have righteous aspirations and a positive outlook for life. They have a keen inclination towards philanthropy and charity. Uttarashadha denotes leadership, dutifulness, and winning with discipline. They must be careful however, not to overemphasize the implementation of values as they walk the fine line between a ruler and a dictator. The natives of Uttarashadha greatly value and respect their traditions. They are fearless yet practical when stepping into new ventures.
The controlling planet of Uttarashadha Nakshatra is the Sun. This bestows the natives of Uttarashadha with grace and courage. It also makes them committed towards their duties and of a giving nature. The people born under this star are always searching for the spiritually unknown. They are strongly connected with their inner selves and become deeply involved with any task they undertake. Those people are highly obedient, trained in the rules of virtue, and usually very popular among their social circle. Those born under Uttarashadha are grateful for any help they receive and always return the favors.
Names of natives of Uttara ashadha Nakshatra start with seed sounds Be, Bo, Ja, Ji.