The Ancient Hindu Seers divided the Visible Sky (Zodiac) into 27 Nakshatras or lunar constellations. The calculation of Nakshatras begin with Ashwini Nakshatra 0 degrees of Aries and ends on 30 degrees of Pisces covered by Revati Nakshatra. Abhijit is 28th Nakshatra.
The 27 Nakshatras are spread across the 12 zodiac signs in three cusps at Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius. Some Nakshatras lie entirely within a sign, whereas certain stars overlap in two zodiac signs. Each Nakshatra has its own ruling deity and powers, which play a major role in deciding the characteristics of an individual. Everyone born on this earth has their birth star, which depends on the placement of Moon in one of the 27 stars. Each Nakshatra is further divided into 4 Padas (quarters) at 3⁰ 20’ each, which represent the quality of each star.
The use of Nakshatra is very important in Vedic astrology. The Vimshottari Dasha, a 120-year-long planetary cycle is based upon the birth Nakshatra. Each Nakshatra is divided in four sections called Padas.
Nakshatras also define the characteristics of the planets placed in them. Knowing Janma Nakshatra is very important as per vedic astrology. Janma nakshatra is the Nakshatra in which the Moon was placed at the time of birth. The Moon travels through a Nakshatra in a day.
Based on the birth time of an individual and the position of Moon at that moment, the birth star of an individual is determined.
Based on the qualities of each Nakshatra, the 27 birth stars are classified into the following 7 groups:
1) Laghu or Kshipra (Swift) -
Commence a journey, trade, and transactions, involve in sports activities, and also starting sales, business or repaying loan/debts.
2) Mridu (Tender) -
Learn music,conducting dance, and arts and marriages. They are also ideal for the enjoyment of pleasures, making new friends, and wearing new clothes.
3) Sthira (Fixed) -
Build homes, plant trees, purchase property, lay a foundation, and buying agricultural property.
4) Chara (Movable) -
Buy automobiles, vehicles, beginning a journey or procession, travel, change of residence or job, and other major changes.
5) Tikshna (Sharp) -
Filing a divorce, breaking a relationship, black magic, exorcism, and other brash/bold activities.
6) Ugra or Krura (Fierce) -
Performing destructive deeds such as demolishing, poisoning, setting fire, and confronting enemies.
7) Misra (Mixed) -
Daily mundane actions, fire ceremonies and to buy furniture and electronics
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