Brihaspati’s epithets are sacred and many: “lord of sacred speech and prayers”, “lord of power”, “guru of the gods”, “reader of minds” and “beloved by the gods”. Jupiter (brihaspati) is known as jeeva, the consciousness of the soul representing the individuality of self.

Element Description
Diety Brihaspati
Sounds Hu (हू), He (हे), Ho (हो), Da (डा)
Planet Saturn
Colour Blackish Red
Gana Deva Gana
Animal Male Goat

Introduction to Pushyami Nakshatra

Welcome to the Pushyami Nakshatra! (The Star of Nourishment) We’re excited you’re here.

Pushya Nakshatra 4th Pada: His pada is not very auspicious and much negative traits of the Nakshatra are exhibited through this pada. Natives born in this Nakshatra may have set backs in their early education due to health problems and irresponsible behavior. In the young age, they get distracted from education due to love affairs and will have many set backs in professional life up to 36 years of age. Natives born in this

We have to look janam kundali for detailed analysis:

  • Nurturing, Nourishment and Care Giving.
  • Teachers, Business Gurus, Advisors, Counsellors.
  • Marriage Trauma and 3rd Party Seduces the Spouse.
  • Adoption of Children.
  • Practical Knowlege. Iron, Petrol, Education, Cooking.
  • Knowledgeable in a variety of subjects
  • Admired
  • Control of passions
  • Wealthy
  • Fond of performing charitable deeds
  • Self centered
  • Stubborn
  • Arrogant
  • Doubtful
  • Insecure
  • Spiritual
  • Intuitive
  • Intelligent
  • Learned
  • Passionate
  • Creative
  • Helpful
  • Likeable
  • Respected
  • Socially adept
  • Inclusive
  • Selfless
  • Philanthropic
  • Humanitarian
  • Independent
  • Nurturing
  • Counselor
  • Financial expert
  • Fight for public interest and whole-heartedly defend belief system
  • Stubborn
  • Arrogant
  • Insecure
  • Overly sensitive
  • Selfish
  • Doubtful
  • Overly talkative
  • Easily deceived
  • Dogmatic
  • Fundamentalist
  • Lack of self-worth
  • Politian
  • Aristocrat
  • Professions in a restaurant
  • Catering
  • Food or drink industry
  • Hotelier
  • Host/hostess
  • Dairy industry
  • Counselors
  • Psychologists
  • Clergy
  • Priests
  • Spiritual advisors
  • Charity workers
  • Teacher
  • Child care professional
  • Artisans
  • Real estate
  • Farmers
  • Water related industry
  • Business related to orthodox or traditional religions

Nakshatra Padas

First Pada Second Pada Third Pada Fourth Pada
03° 20′ – 06° 40′ (04) 06° 40′ – 10° 00′ (04) 10° 00′ – 13° 20′ (04) 13° 20′ – 16° 40′ (04)
Navamsa: Leo Navamsa: Virgo Navamsa: Libra Navamsa: Scorpio
Sound: Hoo Sound: He Sound: Ho Sound: Dah
Keyword: Achievement Keyword: Service Keyword: Luxury Keyword: Esoteric

Pushyami Nakshatra 1st Pada Characteristics Pushyami Nakshatra 2nd Pada Characteristics
Pushyami Nakshatra 3rd Pada Characteristics Pushyami Nakshatra 4th Pada Characteristics

Elements of Pushyami Nakshatra

Element Description
Star Pushya Nakshatra
Sign Cancer
Range 03°00′ – 16°40′ in Aries
Diety Brihaspati
Planet Saturn
Meaning “The Nourisher or The Nurturer”; The Ancient name of Pushya in the Rig Veda was “Tishya”, the Celestial Archer, This nakshatra is also called as “Sidhya” or “Pushyami”
Indication “The Star of Nourishment”
Symbol Cow’s Udder, Lotus (Flower), Arrow and a Circle
Shakti (Power) Shidravyapani Shakti (Power to “Quickly reaching Things or to Quickly attain one’s Objectives”)
Basis Above Creatures to be Healed
Basis Below Healing Therapies
Desire The Ability to Hear Well and not be Deaf
Body Part Mouth, Face and Facial Expressions
Purushartha (Goal) Dharma (Righteousness)
Category of Star Laghu (Light/ No Heavy) and Kshipra (Quick/Swift)
Gana (Race) Deva Gana
Guna (Quality) Tamas
Varna Kshatriya (Warrior)
Pancha Mahabhuta Apas (Water)
TriMurthi Vishnu (Maintain)
Animal Goat (Ram)/ Sheep
Bird Sea Crow
Tree Ashwatha Vruksha, Peepal, Sacred Fig (Latin Name: Ficus Religiosa)
Sounds Hoo, Hay, Ho, Dah
Colour Blackish Red
Tridosha Pitta (Bile or Fire + Water)
Yoni (Gender) Male
Direction East
Gotra (Clan) Marichi (names translates as the “Light and the Swift One”)
Direction of Motion Urdhwa Mukha (Looking Up/ Facing Upwards)