The Pushyami Nakshatra is considered the most auspicious of the 27 lunar constellations. The celestial location of this eighth nakshatra is 3:20 to 16.40 in Cancer. The Rig Veda states that the ancient name of the Pushyami nakshatra was Tishya, or the Celestial Archer. The word “Pushya” means “nourishment” in Sanskrit. It also means “yielding” or “nurturing.” The energy of this nakshatra is the ability to create spiritual energy. It also has the ability to satisfy and harmonize. With symbols of a lotus, arrow, circle, and udder of the holy cow, the Pushya nakshatra deity is Brishaspati, or the Guru. This nakshatra is ruled by Shani, or Saturn, which causes delays. The Pushyami nakshatra is also called Poosam, Tishya, Pusya, Barhaspatya, Pushkararaja, Vutkrta, Indrapurohita, and Paushakya. Sacred to the Pushyami star is the peepal tree. One who makes an offering to this nakshatra gains the splendor of spiritual knowledge and attains the power to overcome evil with good. Natives have a primary motivation to the right actions.
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