Uttara Phalguni is the twelfth Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology and is formed by the stars Denebola (Beta-Leonis), and 93-Leonis. It lies in the constellation of Leo and has a span that extends from 26°40′ Leo to 10°00′ Virgo. The symbol used for representing Uttara Phalguniis the back legs of a bed. Uttara Phalguni means “The Latter Reddish One” or “The Latter Fig Tree.”
The bed as a symbol for Uttara Phalguni signifies a sense of leisure and refreshment. Hence, the people born under this star often show innate inclination towards rejuvenation and relaxation. But the rear legs of the bed indicate a lesser orientation towards comfort, as opposed to the natives of Purva Phalguni which is represented using the front legs of a bed. Uttara Phalguni also incorporates the willingness to revive work after a break or a period of gap.
The ruling deity of Uttara Phalguni is Aryaman, the lord of philanthropy. This gifts the natives a well-mannered outlook towards life making the people born under this star noble and dependable. They are highly generous individuals and lay strong emphasis on helping or healing others. They are well known in their circle for their social mannerism and etiquette. The ruling planet of Uttara Phalguni is the Sun, and its presence graces the natives with a glowing radiance, prosperity, public welfare, and compassion. People born under Uttara Phalguni are self-reliant, and possess the power to express themselves freely in creative ways. This often makes them independent and capable of shaping their own path in life. Uttara Phalguni is a friendly star full of compassion. But sometimes, it can bear a cruel aggressive energy. This energy, however, almost always concentrates on living a life of honor and respect.
The names of natives of Uttara Phalguni start with sounds Tay, To, Pa, Pee.