“The Wealthy Star”
Symbol: Fish or a Pair of Fish, A Drum (called Naggada, a type of Indian drum played with two sticks)
Deity: 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”
Favourable: Initiations, Marriage, Sexuality, Transaction and Dealership of Goods, Music, Art, Occult, Spirituality, Healing, Leisure Actions and Gardening, Conclusions, Business or Financial Matters, Exchanging Goods, Music, Drama, and Creative Activities, Charity, Studying Spiritual or Occult Teachings, Healing and Treating Ailments, Activities for Leisure and Relaxation, ending or Completing Activity
Unfavourable: Activities requiring Severe Tactics or Bold Action, Overcoming Obstacles, Enmity, Calamities, Sharp Actions, Surgery, Physically Strenuous Activities, the Last Two Padas of Revati are not Supportive for Beginning a New Activity
“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
Pushyan is lord of the anils. He is the form of shiva, one of the adityas. 12 dities.
Pushyan takes the souls to heaven.
Connected to old age homes.
Revati connected to veterinary doctors. Swati also we signified the same. Lord shiva connected to animals.
6th House also connected to mandi, marbal – animals.
Traffic Jam we can see.
King Kakudmi (sometimes also called Kakudmin, or Raivata, son of Revata) was the King of Kusasthali. He was the father of Revati who married Balarama. Within Hinduism, his account is given within a number of existing texts such as the Mahābhārata, the Harivaṃśa, the Devi Bhagavatam and the Bhagavata Purana.
Problem with teeth – because of Daksha yagna.
Key Themes from Mythology
- Problems with Teeth or Dental Issues
- Traffic Lights, Roads and Accidents
- Foster Parenting and Surrogacy
Rasi (Zodiac): Pisces
Range: 16o 40’ 9 30o 00’ Pisces
Padas: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces
Ruling 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”
Body Part: The Abdomen and Groin, the Ankles and the Feet
Guna (Quality): Sattwa
Gana (Race): Deva (Divine, God9Like Dispositions)
Purushartha (Goal): Moksha (Spiritual Liberation/ Emancipation)
Tridosha : Kapha (Phlegm or Water + Earth)
Nature/ Category of Star: Mridu (Soft/ Mild/ Tender)
Varna (Caste): Shudra (Worker)
Gotra (Clan): Kratu (name translates as the “One who Inspires”)
Direction : East
Pancha Mahabhuta (Element): Aakash (Ether)
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
Result of Shakti, Basis, & Desire: Nourishment of the entire World
Activity : Balanced
TriMurthi (Process) : Shiva (Dissolve)
Direction of Mouth / Motion : Tiryanga Mukha (Looking Straight/ Facing Forward/Level)
Yoni (Gender) : Female
Animal Symbol : Elephant
Bird : Kestrel, Peacock (Mayura), Pigeon
Sounds : De, Do, Chaa, Chee
Tree/ Plant : Maadhaka, Mahua, Mohwa, Honey Tree, Indian Butter Tree, Ellopa Tree (Latin Name: Madhuca+Latifolia+or+Madhuca+Indica)
Colour : Brown