Basic Nature Of The Nakshatras | Dhruv Nakshatra | Char Nakshatra | Ugra nakshatra

June 8, 2011 00:02  astrowriter3

The Janam Nakshatra of a child is the one in which the Moon is present at the time of his birth. All astrological texts mention twenty eight Nakshatras including Abhijeet. Janam Nakshatra describes a person’s character and nature. The effects of Janam Nakshatra can be seen in a person. Janam Nakshatra provides significance knowledge about many things. 

Many scholars believe that the effects of both Janam Nakshatra and Chandra Nakshatra can be seen in a person. Other scholars believe that the effects of the stronger Nakshatra can be seen in a person. In reality, a mix of effects from both of these Nakshatras can be seen in a person.

If a person’s Janam Nakshatra is influenced by malefic planets or if it is weak, a person’s nature and character also show negative results. The positive effects of this Nakshatra are decreased in such cases. 

If a person’s Janam Nakshatra is influence by auspicious planets or if it is strong, a person’s charm increases along with good qualities. He shows the positive effects of this Nakshatras.

Even according to Saint Shaunak, Nakshatras influence a person’s nature and character. All Nakshatras have been categorized differently with different names. A person’s nature is similar to the Nakshatras’ names. 

Charactristics Of Dhruv Nakshatras 

A person born in Dhruv Nakshatra has a stable nature. He is determined and forgiving. Such people are not impatient in any kind of work. They handle every situation patiently.

Charactristics Of Char Nakshatras, 

A person born in Char Nakshatra is restless.Such a person is usually very restless and eats a lot of food. Such people are speedy in eating and other works. They are hasty in taking decisions.

Charactristics Of Ugra Nakshatras

A person born in this Nakshatra is rough and is of a violent nature. He is aggressive while speaking. Such a person is usually interested in fights and other adventurous works.

Charactristics Of Mishra Nakshatras

People born in this Nakshatra are of a mix nature. They are either very careless or very careful. They are not balanced while doing any work. They are either very angry or very polite. They are sometimes sppedy and sometimes slow.

Charactristics Of Laghu Nakshatras 

People born in this Nakshatra are not interested in material benefits. They usually don't spend too much money. They are usually called misers. They are interested in buying clothes and food. They are usually tense on receiving a lot of material benefits. They tend to get rid of them as soon as they can.

Charactristics Of Mridu Nakshatras

A person born in this Nakshatra is usually very tender and sensitive. He is generous. Such people are even careful while walking so that they don’t step on an ant. They are non-violent and polite with words. They love fragrances and are interested in wearing ornaments and decorating themselves. Feminine qualities can be seen in their nature.

Charactristics Of Tikshna Nakshatras

People born in this Nakshatra are usually aggressive. They are short-tempered and have a harsh voice. They can be usually seen in dirty clothes. 

Charactristics Of Akul Nakshatras

A person born in this Nakshatra lives his life with the help of hereditary wealth, traditions and culture. He is dependent on his ancestors and doesn’t do any significant thing by himself. He does not do any significant work in enhancing his ancestors’ image. 

Charactristics Of Kul Nakshatras

People born in this Nakshatra usually enhance their ancestors’ image. They are ahead of their family members in various aspects including education, fortune, wealth etc. 

If you want to know your Janam Nakshatra according to your Kundali, you can obtain your Vedic report from Astrobix.com. Janam Lagna, Janam Nakshatra and Janam Kundali can also be obtained.



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Nirjala Ekadashi 2012 | Nirjala Vrat Story - Nirjala Ekadasi Fast Importance

Nirjala Ekadashi 2012 | Nirjala Vrat Story - Nirjala Ekadasi Fast Importance

January 25, 2011 21:48  cyrilgupta

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The Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha, Jyeshtha Masa is called Nirjala Ekadashi. This Ekadashi is also called Bhimseni Ekadashi. According to Rishi Vedvyas, this Ekadashi was held by Bhimsen. Hence, it is called Bhimsen Ekdadashi. By observing this fast, a person gets longevity and salvation. No water is drunk while observing this fast. This Ekadasi is also called the Pandava Ekadashi. In the year 2012, Nirjala Ekadashi will be on 31 May.

Observing fast on this Ekadashi gives the results as of observing the 24 Ekadashi of an year. After observing this fast, a person should wake up early in the morning on Dvadashi (a day after Ekadasi), take bath, make donation and gift food to Brahmans. The mantra "ऊँ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय | Om Namo Bhagwate Vasudevay" should be chanted and donation of cow, clothes, fruits etc. should be made, on this day.

Nirjala Ekadashi Fast significance

On the day of Nirjala Ekadashi fast no food is taken. Nirjala Ekadashi fast is observed on Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha, Jyeshtha month, in between of Mithun Sankranti. Water should not be wasted while bathing or in Aachman, on this day. Least water should be used in Achman. As per the scriptures, using large amount of water in Aachman can increase the count of sins of a person. Eating food in this fast, decreases the auspicious effects of the Vrat.

From sunrise to sunset, a person should stay without drinking water. And, he should wake up before sunrise on Dvadashi. Moreover, hungry Brahmans should be given food. After this, person observing fast should have food.

Fasting on this day is like having bath in all spiritual places. Observing the fast of Nirjala Ekadashi removes all sins of a person. Person observing this fast dose not have to face mental and physical problems at the time death. A person who baths, make donations and perform meditation after this fast, gets the virtues as of donating crores of cows.

Nirjala Ekadashi Fast Method

A person observing this fast needs to follow the rules of this Vrat from Dashmi Tithi (a day before Ekadashi). He should chant the mantra "ऊँ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय | Om Namo Bhagwate Vasudevay", in the morning. There is a tradition of donating cows on this day. Having bath, doing meditation etc. are also considered auspicious on this day.

Person observing this fast should worship Lord Vishnu. This day, Brahmans are given alms, sweets etc. It is must to hear the Vrat Katha, on this day. And, Jagran should be done during the night.

Nirjala Ekadashi Fast Story

Once upon a time, Bhimsen said to Rishi Vyas “ O God! Yudhishthir, Arjun, Nakul, Sahdev, Kunti and Dropadi, all observe the fast of Ekadashi. But, I can not tolerate hunger. I worship and donate to please Lord Vasudev. I need the benefits of the fast in this way.”

Rishi replied “Hey Bhimsen! If you to go to heaven after death, you need to observe the fast of Ekadashi without food. Observing the fast of Ekadashi of Jyeshtha month without drinking water is considered very auspicious. Having food in fast, breaks the Vrat.” As explained by Rishi Vyas, Bhimsen observed the fast and got rid of all his sins.

To know about your Prashna Kundali please click on that link: Prashna Kundali



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June 13. 2011 02:31

chandra mohan suman

todays nirjala ekadashi vart date-12/06/2011

chandra mohan suman

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