Pushan (one of the 12 adityas or vedic solar deities) who represents the “nourishing form of the sun god”, “the animal keeper of the gods”, “the protective deity of the cattle and the paths”, “the nurturer and protector of flocks and herds”, “protector of wayfarers and their belongings”, “one who is usually invoked for safe travel”, he is “the measurer of the skies”, he is also “the protector of the soul in its journey to the next world”, “god of meetings”

Element Description
Diety Pushan
Sounds De, Do, Chaa, Chee
Planet Mercury
Colour Brown
Gana Deva Gana
Animal Female Elephant

Introduction to Revati Nakshatra

Welcome to the Revati Nakshatra! (The Wealthy Star) We’re excited you’re here.

Revati Nakshatra 4th Pada: Person born in 4h Charna of this Nakshatra becomes the reason of discord and fights. Their life is quite unstable and they get easily carried away in illusions. It is not at all good pada. They generally have medium to short height and are slightly overweight. These people will be scholarly and may be interested in following traditions of one’s culture. They may be interested in going deep into spiritual realms and wants to explore the unknown possibilities of life.

We have to look janam kundali for detailed analysis:

  • Problems with Teeth or Dental Issues.
  • Traffic Lights, Roads and Accidents.
  • Foster Parenting and Surrogacy.
  • Nurturer and Protector of Flocks and Herds.
  • Protector of Wayfarers and their Belongings.
  • One of the 12 Adityas, Gives god body & health.
  • Perfect limbs genial manners
  • Deep learning
  • Does not covet others
  • Riches
  • Property
  • Late child birth
  • Karmic spouse
  • Karmic mother
  • Poor health
  • Overly sensitive
  • Low self-esteem
  • Creative thinker
  • Independent
  • Lucky
  • By all
  • Gives and receives support
  • Gifted at arts
  • Nurturer
  • Promoted quickly
  • Skilled in pleasing
  • Sociable
  • Good counselor
  • Proud
  • Stately presence
  • Sparkling personality
  • Loves and protects animals and pets
  • Longevity
  • Brave
  • Well groomed
  • Good hygiene
  • Might be born into a wealthy family
  • Interested in ancient cultures
  • Selflessness
  • Compassionate
  • Caring
  • Takes on other people’s problems
  • Overindulgent
  • Poor health
  • Amoral attitudes
  • Doubt ridden
  • Low fertility
  • Spiteful when hurt or jealous?
  • Resentful
  • Feels inadequate
  • Low self-esteem
  • Overly sensitive
  • Stubborn
  • Volatile
  • Co-dependent
  • Easily disillusioned
  • Victimized
  • Feels unloved or insecure
  • Charity work
  • Humanitarians
  • Urban planners
  • Government workers
  • Psychics
  • Mystical or religious work
  • Hypnotist
  • Travel agents
  • Flight attendants
  • Journalist
  • Editors
  • Publishers
  • Actors
  • Comedians
  • Politicians
  • Painter
  • Musician
  • Entertainer
  • Linguist
  • Magicians
  • Watchmakers
  • Road planner
  • Astrologers
  • Managers
  • Gemstone dealers
  • Shipping industry
  • Orphanage or foster care
  • Driving professions
  • Air traffic control
  • Traffic cops
  • Light house work

Nakshatra Padas

First Pada Second Pada Third Pada Fourth Pada
16°40′ – 20°00′ (12) 20°00′ – 23°20′ (12) 23°20′ – 26°40′ (12) 26°40′ – 30°00′ (12)
Navamsa: Sagittarius Navamsa: Capricorn Navamsa: Aquarius Navamsa: Pisces
Sound: The (De) Sound: Tho (Do) Sound: Cha (Chaa) Sound: Chi(Chee)
Keyword: Enthusiasm Keyword: Practicality Keyword: Altruistic Keyword: Visionary
Revati Nakshatra 1st Pada Characteristics Revati Nakshatra 2nd Pada Characteristics
Revati Nakshatra 3rd Pada Characteristics Revati Nakshatra 4th Pada Characteristics

Elements of Revati Nakshatra

Element Description
Star Revati Nakshatra
Sign Pisces
Range 16°40′ – 30°00′ in Pisces
Diety Pushan
Planet Mercury
Meaning “One who Nourishes bringing Growth and Prosperity”, Revati means the “Shining One” or the “Shining Light” who shows the Path to Others. Revati Rescues those Who Deserve Special Protection, such as Children and Animals.
Indication The Wealthy Star
Symbol Fish or a Pair of Fish, A Drum (called Naggada, a type of Indian drum played with two sticks)
Shakti (Power) Kshiradyapani Shakti (The Power to “Nourish, Protect, and Foster”, the Power of Nourishment is Symbolized by ‘Kshira’ which is Milk)
Basis Above Cows (Milk is nourishing in Nature)
Basis Below Calves
Desire To become Lord of the Animals
Body Part The Abdomen and Groin, the Ankles and the Feet
Purushartha (Goal) Moksha (Spiritual Liberation/ Emancipation)
Category of Star Mridu (Soft/ Mild/ Tender)
Gana (Race) Deva Gana (Divine, God Like Dispositions)
Guna (Quality) Sattwa
Varna Shudra (Worker)
Pancha Mahabhuta Aakash (Ether)
TriMurthi Shiva (Dissolve)
Animal Elephant
Bird Kestrel, Peacock (Mayura), Pigeon
Tree Maadhaka, Mahua, Mohwa, Honey Tree, Indian Butter Tree, Ellopa Tree (Latin Name: Madhuca Latifolia or Madhuca Indica)
Sounds De, Do, Chaa, Chee
Colour Brown
Tridosha Kapha (Phlegm or Water + Earth)
Yoni (Gender) Female
Direction East
Gotra (Clan) Kratu (name translates as the “One who Inspires”)
Direction of Motion Tiryanga Mukha (Looking Straight/ Facing Forward/Level)