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Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra

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Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra

Uttara Bhadrapada is the 26th Nakshatra in the Vedic astrology and it comprises of two stars, Gamma Pegasi and Alpha Andromedae. These stars bridge the constellations of Pegasus and Andromeda. This star lies in the constellation of Pisces and its span extends from 3°20′ to 16°40′ Pisces. The symbol for Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra is the hind or rear legs of the funeral cot, opposing to the front legs used to represent the Nakshatra Purva Bhadrapada. Its name ‘Uttara Bhadrapada’ translates to “The latter one who possesses lucky feet.”

The ruling deity of Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra is Ahir Bhudhanya, the serpent god associated with fertility. Thisnakshatra is also connected with fire, purification and growth for a higher purpose just like Purva Bhadrapada, but is less of an extremist and a much less aggressive star. The association with Ahir Bhudhanya bestows Uttara Bhadrapada with the willingness to gather in-depth knowledge of all matters and gain control over the power of kundalini. Those born under this star are philanthropists and are often seen working keenly towards humanitarian causes.

The controlling planet of Uttara Bhadrapada is Saturn, the Guru of Karma. This makes this star as well as its natives virtuous and dutiful at heart. The people born under this Nakshatra are inclined towards solitude, and should remain vary of laziness and isolation. Uttara Bhadrapada is wise & determined at the core. Yet it greatly values a patient approach towards greater achievements in life. The natives are generally happy people and popular among friends for their positive outlook. They are eloquent speakers and highly influential. The people born under this star are virtuous and courageous in nature, easily capable of conquering their enemies.

Baby names for natives of Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra start with sounds Du, Jham, Jna, Tha