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|Nakshatra Name:||Uttara Ashada, उत्तराषाढा, உத்திராடம், ఉత్తరాశాధ, ಉತ್ತರಾಷಾಡ, ഉത്രാടം|
|Nakshatra Location:||26° 40' Sagittarius to 10° 0' of Capricorn|
|Nakshatra Symbol:||Elephant Tusk|
|Nakshatra Deity:||Vishwadevas (Universal Gods)|
|Nakshatra Yoni||Male Mongoose|
Uttara Ashada is the 21st Nakshatra in Vedic astrology. An unchallengeable (Apradrishya Shakti) power represents the energy of Uttara Ashada. This Nakshatra is ambitious, righteous, go-getter, traditional and spiritual. Uttara Ashada-born people are good at starting large-scale projects or complex tasks. This Nakshatra is also known as a Universal Star as its deity represents the key aspects of this material world.
The Nakshatra is a twin pair of Purva Ashada and shares many characteristics of that Nakshatra. Uttara Ashada denotes the latter victory, so the natives born in this Nakshatra may experience some hardships and setbacks in their early life and usually rise to prominence and overcome any challenges they face during their 2nd half of life. Some around Uttara Ashada are seen as shy or introverted even though they are not exactly like that. As their ruling planet Sun denotes power, Authority and pride, Uttara Ashada-born natives show these characteristics too. They may not be very loud about displaying these commanding characters of the Sun. They are well-accepted among their social and family circle and will be praised for their gentle and clean nature.
This Nakshatra spread across two signs, so Jupiter and Saturn influence their characters. The last 3/4 of this Nakshatra falls in Capricorn, or in other words, most Uttara Ashada-born natives are in Capricorn, where Saturn has influence. These are people who are a bit rigid, yet calm and righteous. They do not get along with others quickly and choose their relationship after establishing trust. But once into a relationship, they are loyal and steady about it. They can simultaneously be a good leader and a politician, a layman and stay low among their followers.
People born in Capricorn as their Moon sign may show some slow start of success in life; however, their victory will be prominent and high during their latter part of life. They must focus on their goals and maintain their confidence and patience. The position of Saturn in their horoscope also says a lot about their character. Even though they are good at handling challenges and tasks, an idle mind and loneliness may spoil their successful life. The Animal symbol of the Mangoose also carries some significance in this Nakshatra as no female Mangoose is associated with any other Nakshatras, indicating asexuality or asceticism in their character. This and Saturn's influence may negatively affect sexuality and marital life. The position and dignity of Venus and the status of the 7th house in their horoscope balance this negative aspect of their Nakshatra.
Career options for Uttara Ashada are Research, Govt. Sector jobs, Social Services, Military Services etc. Jobs or businesses that involve challenges and patience are easily handled by these people.
Each Nakshatra of 13° 20′ is divided into four pada of 3° and 20′. Each Pada or charana falls under various Navamsa, so people born under each pada display the character of these Navamsa Rashi sign and their ruling planet along with the primary Nakshatra characters. So Every Lunar Mansion or Nakshatra carries four distinct characters under one main character trait.
Uttara Ashada Nakshatra falls under the Signs of Sagittarius and Capricorn. The First quarter (Pada 1) of Nakshatra is in Sagittarius Navamsa and is ruled by Jupiter.
Pada 2 is in Capricorn Navamsa, which Saturn rules.
Pada 3 is in Aquarius Navamsa, which Saturn rules.
Pada 4 is in Pisces Navamsa, which Jupiter rules.
Pada 1 and 2 are vargottam and are considered strong.
Uttara Ashada pada 1 is learned, loved by their Gurus and elders and charitable.
Uttara Ashada pada 2 is charitable, humble, yet strong-willed and hardworking.
Uttara Ashada pada 3 has a bulky physique, prominent eyes, and pride and is less emotional and caring.
Uttara Ashada pada 4 is wealthy, brave, charitable and religious.
Healthwise, Uttara Ashada should take care of skin problems as they are prone to eczema. Arthritis, weak bones and stomach issues are other health-related problems commonly associated with this Nakshatra.
Uttara Ashada does not carry any Nakshatra dosha or blemishes.
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