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The nakshatra Anuradha consists of the stars Beta, Delta, and Pi Scorpionis. These three stars are visible in the night sky as they appear in a straight line above the bright red star, Antares. The ruling deity, Mitra, bestows the ability to develop and sustain friendships. Anuradha is a star related to success and can produce fame and recognition, especially through collaboration. This nakshatra uses both intuition and logic to produce a remarkable understanding of numbers. Travel and success in foreign lands are also supported by this star. People born under Anuradha promote cooperation among humanity and are capable of leading and organizing large groups. They must, however, monitor their level of frustration and melancholy. Similar to the lotus flower, Anuradha has the persistence and ability to blossom in the midst of difficulty.
"Another Radha" or "Subsequent Success"
“The Star of Success”
A Female Deer or Hare
Mild and Tender (Mridu)
Bullet Wood, Magilam
Na, Ni, Nu, Ne (see Padas of Anuradha)
Mars, as ruler of the Scorpio, provides initiative; Ketu is also connected to Scorpio and gives an interest in the unseen mysteries
Lotus flower; a staff; a
furrow; or an archway
Mitra, the Sun God who
Thirunindriyur Sri Lakshmipureeswarar Temple
The temple associated with the energy of Anuradha star is located near the Thanjavur District of Mayilaadudhurai in Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is known locally as Thirunindriyur. Goddess Lakshmi worshipped the Siva lingam at this sacred vortex. She prayed to Lord Shiva and asked for his blessing to remain in the chest of Sriman Narayana Moorthy, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Due to the devotion of the Goddess, Lord Shiva has the name Sri Lakshmipureeswarar at this shrine.
People born under Anuradha star should visit the shrine for Sri Lakshmipureeswarar at this temple on Anuradha day, a birthday, or a wedding. It is recommended to perform archana with lotus flowers, an abhishekam and anoint Sri Lakshmipureeswara with sandalwood paste and pomegranate seeds. An offering of sweet rice can be given to the poor near the temple. In addition, one can bath in the holy temple pool and perform a Lakshmi Panjami Vrath pooja for five days. This is a powerful remedy for financial difficulties.
People born under other stars may also benefit by worshiping Sri Lakshmipureeswarar at this sacred site. On Anuradha day, Lord Shiva is adorned with colorful garments that are favorable to Goddess Lakshmi. People can offer a ghee lamp with three wicks and walk around the Sri Lakshmipureeswarar shrine. People may also offer gold or silver wedding badge, in accordance with their financial status, or a turmeric covered cord to the poor married woman. As a result, this remedy will release negative financial karma.
Burning one of these pillars is like performing a mini fire ritual for that particular star formation. For your specific Birthstar, you will be able to connect inwardly to your planet of energetic origin and gain support with the positive aspects that are you.
Burning the other Nakshatra pillars on that specific Nakshatra day will tune you in with the favorable activities with that star’s energy for the day. It is recommended to at least burn your own personal Nakshatra pillar daily to stay connected to your essence. It is advantageous to burn the days Nakshatra pillar as well.
Fun-loving; affluent; travels or lives in foreign countries; moves from place to place, cannot withstand hunger.
Each Nakshatra is divided into four quarters called padas that contain more specific characteristics of a person born in that pada (quarter):
|First Pada||Second Pada||Third Pada||Fourth Pada|
213°20 ‘- 216°40’ in Scorpio
Navamsa sign: Leo
Soul Sound: Na (Naa)
Keyword: Self Expression
216°40′- 220°00’in Scorpio
Navamsa sign: Virgo
Soul Sound: Ni (Nee)
220°00′- 223°20’in Scorpio
Navamsa sign: Libra
Soul Sound: Nu (Noo)
223°20′- 226°40’in Scorpio
Navamsa sign: Scorpio
Soul Sound: Ne (Nay)
The Navagraha and Nakshatra Homa is a powerful ritual performed to alter the effects of karma accorded to you by the nine planets, thus changing the course of your destiny. Appeasing the nine planets and acquiring their blessings play a crucial role in resolving difficulties in day-to-day life and charting a course toward peace and happiness.Learn More Details
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