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Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox: Today's hits, yesterday (vintage style covers).
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Recording of a jam by a few friends

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Durga Stuti (Durga Kshama Mantras) - Prayer for forgiveness to Goddess Durga

Download: https://goo.gl/JMf3c3

Track: 08 Na Mantram No Yantram
Album: Aanandmayi
Singer: Aacharya Deepak Thapliyal
Music: Gaurav Raturi
Producer: Ravindra Lakhera
Label: Himalayan Films Pvt Ltd.
( न मन्त्रं नो यन्त्रं)
Lyrics Sanskrit and English
न मत्रं नो यन्त्रं तदपि च न जाने स्तुतिमहो
न चाह्वानं ध्यानं तदपि च न जाने स्तुतिकथाः।
न जाने मुद्रास्ते तदपि च न जाने विलपनं
परं जाने मातस्त्वदनुसरणं क्लेशहरणम् ॥१॥
Na Matram No Yantram Tad-Api Ca Na Jaane Stutim-Aho
Na Ca-[A]ahvaanam Dhyaanam Tad-Api Ca Na Jaane Stuti-Kathaah |
Na Jaane Mudraas-Te Tad-Api Ca Na Jaane Vilapanam
Param Jaane Maatas-Tvad-Anusarannam Klesha-Harannam ||1||

विधेरज्ञानेन द्रविणविरहेणालसतया
विधेयाशक्यत्वात्तव चरणयोर्या च्युतिरभूत् ।
तदेतत् क्षन्तव्यं जननि सकलोद्धारिणि शिवे
कुपुत्रो जायेत क्वचिदपि कुमाता न भवति ॥२॥
Vidher-Ajnyaanena Dravinna-Virahenna-Alasatayaa
Vidheya-Ashakyatvaat-Tava Carannayoryaa Cyutir-Abhuut |
Tad-Etat Kssantavyam Janani Sakalo[a-U]ddhaarinni Shive
Kuputro Jaayeta Kvacid-Api Kumaataa Na Bhavati ||2||

पृथिव्यां पुत्रास्ते जननि बहवः सन्ति सरलाः
परं तेषां मध्ये विरलतरलोऽहं तव सुतः ।
मदीयोऽयं त्यागः समुचितमिदं नो तव शिवे
कुपुत्रो जायेत क्वचिदपि कुमाता न भवति ॥३॥
Prthivyaam Putraas-Te Janani Bahavah Santi Saralaah
Param Tessaam Madhye Virala-Taralo[a-A]ham Tava Sutah |
Madiiyo-[A]yam Tyaagah Samucitam-Idam No Tava Shive
Kuputro Jaayeta Kvacid-Api Kumaataa Na Bhavati ||3||

जगन्मातर्मातस्तव चरणसेवा न रचिता
न वा दत्तं देवि द्रविणमपि भूयस्तव मया ।
तथापि त्वं स्नेहं मयि निरुपमं यत्प्रकुरुषे
कुपुत्रो जायेत क्वचिदपि कुमाता न भवति ॥४॥
Jaganmaatar-Maatas-Tava Caranna-Sevaa Na Racitaa
Na Vaa Dattam Devi Dravinnam-Api Bhuuyas-Tava Mayaa |
Tathaa-[A]pi Tvam Sneham Mayi Nirupamam Yat-Prakurusse
Kuputro Jaayeta Kvacid-Api Kumaataa Na Bhavati ||4||

परित्यक्ता देवा विविधविधसेवाकुलतया
मया पञ्चाशीतेरधिकमपनीते तु वयसि ।
इदानीं चेन्मातस्तव यदि कृपा नापि भविता
निरालम्बो लम्बोदरजननि कं यामि शरणम् ॥५॥
Parityaktaa Devaa Vividha-Vidha-Sevaa-Kulatayaa
Mayaa Pan.caashiiter-Adhikam-Apaniite Tu Vayasi |
Idaaniim Cenmaatas-Tava Yadi Krpaa Na-Api Bhavitaa
Niraalambo Lambodara-Janani Kam Yaami Sharannam ||5||

श्वपाको जल्पाको भवति मधुपाकोपमगिरा
निरातङ्को रङ्को विहरति चिरं कोटिकनकैः ।
तवापर्णे कर्णे विशति मनुवर्णे फलमिदं
जनः को जानीते जननि जपनीयं जपविधौ ॥६॥
Shvapaako Jalpaako Bhavati Madhupaako[a-U]pama-Giraa
Niraatangko Rangko Viharati Ciram Kotti-Kanakaih |
Tava-Aparnne Karnne Vishati Manu-Varnne Phalam-Idam
Janah Ko Jaaniite Janani Japaniiyam Japa-Vidhau ||6||

चिताभस्मालेपो गरलमशनं दिक्पटधरो
जटाधारी कण्ठे भुजगपतिहारी पशुपतिः ।
कपाली भूतेशो भजति जगदीशैकपदवीं
भवानि त्वत्पाणिग्रहणपरिपाटीफलमिदम् ॥७॥
Citaa-Bhasmaa-Lepo Garalam-Ashanam Dik-Patta-Dharo
Jattaa-Dhaarii Kanntthe Bhujaga-Pati-Haarii Pashupatih |
Kapaalii Bhuutesho Bhajati Jagadiishai[a-E]ka-Padaviim
Bhavaani Tvat-Paanni-Grahanna-Paripaattii-Phalam-Idam ||7||

न मोक्षस्याकाङ्क्षा भवविभववाञ्छापि च न मे
न विज्ञानापेक्षा शशिमुखि सुखेच्छापि न पुनः ।
अतस्त्वां संयाचे जननि जननं यातु मम वै
मृडानी रुद्राणी शिव शिव भवानीति जपतः ॥८॥
Na Mokssasya-[A]akaangkssaa Bhava-Vibhava-Vaan.chaa-[A]pi Ca Na Me
Na Vijnyaana-Apekssaa Shashi-Mukhi Sukhe[a-I]ccha-Api Na Punah |
Atas-Tvaam Samyaace Janani Jananam Yaatu Mama Vai
Mrddaanii Rudraannii Shiva Shiva Bhavaani-Iti Japatah ||8||

नाराधितासि विधिना विविधोपचारैः
किं रुक्षचिन्तनपरैर्न कृतं वचोभिः ।
श्यामे त्वमेव यदि किञ्चन मय्यनाथे
धत्से कृपामुचितमम्ब परं तवैव ॥९॥
Na-[A]araadhitaasi Vidhinaa Vividho[a-U]pacaaraih
Kim Rukssa-Cintana-Parair-Na Krtam Vacobhih |
Shyaame Tvameva Yadi Kin.cana Mayy-Anaathe
Dhatse Krpaam-Ucitam-Amba Param Tavai[a-E]va ||9||

आपत्सु मग्नः स्मरणं त्वदीयं
करोमि दुर्गे करुणार्णवेशि ।
नैतच्छठत्वं मम भावयेथाः
क्षुधातृषार्ता जननीं स्मरन्ति ॥१०॥
Aapatsu Magnah Smarannam Tvadiiyam
Karomi Durge Karunnaa-[A]rnnav[a-Ii]eshi |
Nai[a-E]tac-Chattha-Tvam Mama Bhaavayethaah
Kssudhaa-Trssaa-[Aa]rtaa Jananiim Smaranti ||10||

जगदम्ब विचित्रमत्र किं
परिपूर्णा करुणास्ति चेन्मयि ।
अपराधपरम्परापरं
न हि माता समुपेक्षते सुतम् ॥११॥
Jagadamba Vicitram-Atra Kim
Paripuurnnaa Karunnaa-[A]sti Cenmayi |
Aparaadha-Paramparaa-Param
Na Hi Maataa Samupekssate Sutam ||11||

मत्समः पातकी नास्ति पापघ्नी त्वत्समा न हि।
एवं ज्ञात्वा महादेवि यथायोग्यं तथा कुरु ॥१२॥
Matsamah Paatakii Naasti Paapa-Ghnii Tvatsamaa Na Hi |
Evam Jnyaatvaa Mahaadevi Yathaa-Yogyam Tathaa Kuru ||12||

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Star: Hasta

Rasi (Zodiac): Virgo

Range: 10o 00’ – 23o 20’ Virgo

Padas: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer

Ruling Planet: Moon

Meaning: “The Hand”

Indication: “The Golden Handed Star”

Body Part: Wrist, Hands and the Fingers

Guna (Quality): Rajas

Gana (Race): Deva (Divine, God-Like Dispositions)

Purushartha (Goal): Moksha (Spiritual Liberation/ Emancipation)

Tridosha: Vata (Wind or Air + Space)

Nature/ Category of Star: Laghu (Light/ Not Heavy) and Kshipra (Swift/ Quick)

Varna (Caste): Vaishya (Merchant)

Gotra (Clan): Pulaha (name translates as the “Bridger of Space”)

Direction: South

Pancha Mahabhuta (Element): Agni (Fire)

Shakti (Power): Hasta Sthapaniyaagama Shakti (The Power to “Put one’s Objects of Desire into one’s Hand or to Gain what one is Seeking”)

Basis Above: Seeking to Gain

Basis Below: Obtaining one’s Desire

Desire: To have the Gods place their Faith in Me

Result of Shakti, Basis, & Desire: Puts what one Wishes to Gain in one’s Hand

Activity: Passive

TriMurthi (Process): Brahma (Create)

Direction / Motion: Tiryanga Mukha (Looking Straight/ Facing Forward/Level)

Yoni (Gender): Female

Animal Symbol: Buffalo

Bird: Vulture, Crow

Sounds: Pu, Sha, Na, Thaa

Tree/ Plant: Ambashta, Hog Plum, Jaai, Wild Mango (Latin Name: Jasminum Grandiflora)

Colour: Deep Green

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ROHINI

Rohini #Nakshatra: The word is derived from “Rohan” which means ‘to rise’ or ‘to bring into existence’. It extends in the Vrsa Rasi from 10° degree to 23°-20´. The lord of it is Sukra, the symbol a Cart drawn by Cows. The ‘Devata’ is Brahma, the prime creator of all things living, from the meanest insect to Man, the beauty of the weird, the paragon of animals. Rohini-group therefore encompasses everything that comes within the range of creation - beasts, birds, animals, etc. It would also connote the process of growing, begetting, birth, production, etc. in brief production, birth and creation. Rising means process of ascending, that is to say the creative evolution, the cultivation and the improvement. Mythology describes ‘Rohini’ the wife of Chandra. Of all the 27 Stars - all wives of Chandra - Rohini is said to have been fond of fine dress, cosmetics and décor and was the most beloved of Chandra. The Rohini (group) is, in the line with this, considered to be the cause of a taste for fine dress, perfume, and other articles of toilet. Creation continues to exist mainly on the basis of food; and Rohini is supposed to be the cause of food. The direct and immediate cause of food is Agni and Brahma the remote cause. From this point of view the God who gives food, that is Agni, is the spiritual principle of Rohini (group) Nakshatra and because, Brahma the remote cause of food is also the devata of Rohini; the range of influences of this group runs over the whole gamut of the visible and invisible animal world.

Rohini is a bright little star in Vrsa – Prthvi Rasi, Raja Guna – the earthly desire or Kamana. Kamana rises from Kama and this being in Prthvi Rasi shows tendency towards material enjoyments, in extreme cases it shows lust or passions. Kama is an attribute of Kamini (woman). In mythology, Rohini is the most favourite star of Candra personified. Rohini implies both Arohana (ascending) and Abarohana (descending). They are the attributes of mind, astrologically, Candra.

Devata Brahma – the creator, often referred to as Prajapati – lord of all creatures. Agni (fire or energy) is the instrument of Brahma. It is at the root of Bak (speech) and is related to Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge). The colour of Agni is red. So Rohini refers to red, blood or saffron colour. Gandha is the Guna of Prthvi therefore, in Rohini it is perfume, fragrant.

The other name of Rohini is Suravi – the celestial cow; it has ability to give whatever is wanted from it.

Rohini resembles Saraswati. In mythology, Brahma being temporarily sensual chased Saraswati and the latter took the form of a deer and ran to avoid indecency. The story aims to say that Rohini has tendency towards sensuality.

Ideas:
Rising, climbing, ascending, mountain, being lifted up, height promotion, growth, development.
Birth, production, origin, propagation, procreation.
Planting, sowing, sprouting, growing up.
Inflammation, disease of throat.
Blood, saffron, red colour.
Perfume, scented, fragrant, pleasantly.
Cow, cattle, cart conveyance.
Portion of the human body – Shanks (from ankle to knee)

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#KRITTIKA

Krittika #Nakshatra; This is the birth star of Chandra. Many constellations gather at the tail end of Krittika group. It extends from Mesa 26°40’.The residual 10° fall in Vrshabha. The devata is #Agni. Lord (Adhipati) is Mangal and Sukra. Agni is the great purifier, the great consumer and the giver of light, heat and brightness. Agni causes the fire of life and the drive. It is also the spark of life. Without fire creation would not exist. Agni is at the base of creation and the continuation of existence. It consumes everything. The fire of digestion in the human system and the external fire of cooking are only different manifestations of the same principle which is Agni.

Agni is the symbol of brightness and brilliance and all weapons with fire-power. And other things of this same category come within the range of Krittika group. The fire is considered as purifier for it burns away all that is sordid, dark and dull, also all that is low and sinful and inauspicious in the world. The dross thus blazed away, only effulgence and light remain. Fire gives the earth its activity and dynamic and revives it after spells of cold that periodically inflict comatose condition on the earth.

It is easy enough to deduce from fire the causal effect of the Krittika group. Mangal is the lord of that part of Krittika which is in Mesa Rasi and Mangal is like a mass of lightning in shining splendor. So the Krittika in Mesha is devastatingly brilliant, the effulgence being closely associated with an incendiary character.

The Krittika of Vrshabha Rasi is brilliant but unlike the Krittika of Mesa, is not incendiary. The lord of Vrshabha Rasi is Sukra and Sukra stands for worship of beauty and for poetry and imagination. He is radiantly white like Snow, the ‘Kunda’ flower and the 'Utpal’. He is also the encyclopedic expounder of all branches of learning. It follows that the Krittika of Vrshabha Rasi is brilliant but the brilliance does not burn. It is soft and sweet and benign. The Krittika of Mesha Rasi is doubtless brilliant, it has plenty of heat which burns. The Krittika of Vrshabha Rasi has on the contrary a softened radiance, a wave of brightness that does not hurt. In Western Astrology Krittika has been described as an incendiary star.

Devata Agni is the oldest of all gods and used to be worshipped all over the world. Old Romans addressed Him Vesta and worshipped Him without image.

“No image Vesta’s semblance can express
Fire is too subtle to admit of dress”

'Agni remains hidden in wood, plants and water [terrestrial or aerial] Born in the sky it descends in form of lightning and the Sun and is the source of energy. It is at the root of all creation and expression of speech. In mythology it is ‘Master of the House, Domestic god and head of the clan’. There are many names of Agni, each is used in inviting and worshipping Agni for particular function and occasion.
Krittika, therefore, denotes capability to give a desired change in a form by burning out all the impurities of life or the wrongs and give birth to purity, morality and virtues.

Mythology describes Krittika as the foster mother of Kartik devata who is beautiful in appearance and an able commander in a battle. He is still worshipped in South India. The ideas of Krittika are related to the ideas of a commander, fighter, a foster mother, nurse or an adopted child;. Since the root power of every action is Agni, either action of the senses, or digestion, or the existence of life, it is first worshipped in all Pujas (divine service). For different actions (Karmas) the same Agni is worshipped by different names. Agni is conceived in three planes physical, mental and spiritual. Krittika in Mesa (Tamo Guna) represents physical creative force. Krittika in Vrshabha (Raja Guna) represents the function of Agni (creative faculty) in mental plane.

Krittika by name connotes Kirti — a great achievement, monumental deeds that are famous; Kartan — to cut, divide, to trim; also its instrument, viz., sword, knife, razor, etc.

In Krittika the portion that is in Mesa has ideas of burning sensations or feelings. It may be the fire of the stomach, body or mind. This is due to the characteristic of Mesa and Mangala. But Krittika in Vrshabha speaks for luster and glow of power, full of warmth and feelings. This is due to ideas of Vrshabha and Sukra.

Ideas:
A commander, protector.
War, battle.
Fame, famous, monumental deeds.
Fire, flame, inflammable, glow, appetite, digesting, cooking, bile, food.
Skin, hide, leather, parchment, paper, document, white spots on the skin, bright.
Bestower of wealth, gold, cart, vehicle.
Ample, numerous, large, many, much.
Dark half of the month.
Brought up by a foster mother, nurse, adopted son.
South region.
Portion of the human body — Hip, loins.

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#BHARANI

Bharani #Nakshatra; Devata Yama, birth star of #Rahu.
It extends .from 13:20 to 26°40’

Symbol: Orifice of the.womb (oss-mouth) lord Mangal. It is possible to have an idea of the natut.e of Bharavi Nakshatra from the nature of Rahu, Mangal and Yama. To take Rahu first

Rahu gives extravagant enjoyment of material pleasure and is later on the cause of sorrow.
Mangal gives courage, strength, exaltation and hope
Yama purity, cleanliness, justice and integrity. The sense of restraint is also Yama’s: gift; he is; the lord of Dharma a stern disciplinarian, a ruthless expositor of truth and a refuge for kings and law-abiding subjects. We should not always confine his interpretation to his being only the lord of death; he is the great judicature the ultimate dispenser of reward and punishment.

The story of Yama-Nachiketa is a particularly an exposition of the hospitality of Yama, his. sense; of dharma and knowledge of it, his superb honesty and great integrity and other divine virtues. The Nakshatra of which he is the,;devata-(God) is’ also in consequence the ;giver, ;of. enjoyment and. Pleasures, courage and upward thrust of the spirit and on the other hand the giver of whatever is good, pure, truthful and honest.
The etymological meaning of Bharani is “what deserves to be cultivated and preserved” that is dependence, servitors, retainers or anything by which living is earned, for example salary.

In Mesha, next to Asvini, there are three stars in one and are conceived as a triangle without opening. This is called Bharani. The star Bharani represents the character of Agni Rasi Tamo Guna, In a life the destructive forces of Tama Guna and the expressive character of Agni work within and make changes that start from within. It denotes experiences of suffering, suppression, restraint in struggles, strife, contest and such other circumstances as presented by Mangala. The Agni energy provides a great will power, forbearance to withstand it by self-control, discipline. The Devata of Bharani is Yama Dharma Raja (lord of virtues). Truth, duty, morality are the blessings it effects in the life. The effect makes one a saint.

The ideas of Bharani are similar to Rahu. who eclipses or hides and then again it releases. Womb has similar function. By name Bharani (from Bharana, Bharana-posana — feeding and rearing up) it connotes the act of maintaining, bearing in the womb, edibles, load, burden, to hire, wages, etc.
In mythology Yama is personified as the son of Vibasvan (Surya or Ravi) and the lord of our forefathers. The south is the lord of our forefathers — Pittrijana (Pittri — paternal; jana-vehicle). The abode of God is on the north. Devajana {Deva — God; jana — vehicle, path) is on the north. Bharani gives direction to the south, [Makara to Mithuna clockwise is Devajana; Karkata to Dhanus anticlockwise is Pittrijana.]

Ideas:
Act of checking, curbing, suppression, restraint, discipline, self-control, will-power, moral duty.
To hold, subdue, govern, punish, to be faithful, be firm, endure, suffer.
rearing in the womb, carrying, bearing, maintaining, filling in the stomach.
Edibles, supporting, nourishing, a dependant maintained or supported.
Weight, load, burden, to hire or mercenary.

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Aswini Nakshatra: Devata for Aswini Nakshatra is Aswi or the Duality known as Aswini Kumar Twins, the physician of the Gods. Symbol—the head of a horse. So, by the influence of this star the native is expected to be equestrian (horse-ride) or a soldier, also a physician with marvelous power to heal. 'The result of physician’s excellence or process. It is possible in the horoscopes ,of these physicians, it. will be seen that planet for successful medical practice is positioned in Aswini Nakshatra. From Aswi is supposed to be derived carriages for animals for transport, everything related to transport and transport department. The Puranas relate that the two Aswini Kumaras were born of mother Sanga and father Ravi (sun). The mother held the solar semen in her nostrils, for otherwise she could not hold it, it is so strong. They are the twins of Sanga and therefore this Nakshatra is supposed to produce twins. Mangal in this Nakshatra—specially if the lagna is in Kumbha and Mangal in bhratristhan (3rd hse) indicates twin brother and sister for the native. Or if Ravi, Vrhaspati or Pitri Karaka or lord of the bhava signifying father or son in a similar way is in this Nakshatra then the father or any of the uncles or any of the children may be one of the twin.

No. 1. ASVINI (The Star of Transport) Symbol — Horse’s face. Devata —
Asvini Kumara (Twin brothers),

In the zodiac at 0° in M.esha there is a reddish star" which the astronomers call Arietis. The Indians named it Asvini. The Indians worshipped it in personification of the dawn — more plausibly, morning and evening star. They mentioned it to explain the life’s journey; the entrance to and exit from this material plane — apparently the prana (breath), inhalation and exhalation; and in the physical body its passage through the nose and speech. Every year from this point of the cycle the yearly trek of the sun begins. Asva (The horse) is the symbolic expression of journey. Asvini (from Asva) is the power that sets one in motion.

The mystic ideas of Asvini the ancients. told in many tales in mythology. The symbolical expression of Asvini is ‘Dawn’ — personified as the sons (in twin ideas) of Ravi (light) and Chaya (shadow) — day and night; once in the morning and again in the evening. It represents twin ideas — Jnana (wisdom) and Ajnana (ignorance); birth and death creation and destruction; the visible world and the inv invisible space around.

In mythology, Asvini kumara— the personified dawn, make their journey across the heaven in three wheeled and spring bearing golden chariots drawn by birds or horses. Asvini is predominantly Tamo Guna an attribute that is so essential for the destruction of evil propensities and to turn to Suva karma. The stories describe that Asvini kumara procured Madhu (honey) for Gods and together with Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge) introduced Soma — wine (spirit) into the cult. They were refused drinks and equal status with Gods but they were reconciled to Indra (God of senses, Indriya) and had to be admitted to Yajna (sacrifice, religious activities; Dharmic karma}. The stories aim to say that it has ability to progress from wrong to right and can assert to secure a rightful position by the help of knowledge.
There is an emphasis in their role as helpers and heroes who save and heal. They restored the decrepit Chyavana’s youth; saved Bhjyu, the son of Tugru from sinking into the sea and rescued Atri whom the demon had put i.ito a burning pot. They are beautiful, young, quick-moving physicians. Their typical epithet is ‘Miraculous’.

Ideas:
The passage of the nose, pertaining to nose, smell, nostril, nasal sound.
Breath, exhalation, inhalation.
Twins
indistinct utterances, stammering.
The horse, possessed of horses, pertaining to horses. horse-men, cavalier, horse-tamer, any mea-ns of transport.
To hurry, go quickly, reach, come to arrive at, visit, get, gain, receive.
Accomplishing wonderful deeds.
Giving marvelous aid, bringing treasures to man, physician healer, avoiding misfortune
Portion of the human body – the knees

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“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

Key Points

“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.

Mythology

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.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kakudmi#Character_of_Kakudmi

Daksha yagna

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

Star: Revati

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

Mirrored

mirrored

mirrored from dr Pai

24 – #Shatabhisha #Nakshatra

“The Hundred Stars”, “The Veiling Star”, “Fortunate Star of the King”

Symbol: “An Empty Circle”, “A 100 Flowers or Stars”

Deity: Varuna (God of the Rains/ Cosmic & Terrestrial Waters, Sky and Earth. Also the Mystical Healer and the Lord of “Maya” or Illusions. Varuna is also sometimes referred as the “Dark Sun” or “Midnight Sun” or “God of the Night Sky” (whereas his inseparable companion is Mitra; Deity of Anuradha Nakshatra who is the God of the Daytime Sky), He influences the West Direction (where the Sun Sets Everyday) and is Active after Sunset. His Mount and Carrier is the Fearsome Sea>Monster Makara the Creature we call Capricorn. Rig Veda declares Varuna as the Chief of the Asuras and the Netherland along with his Brothers the Nagas)

Favourable: Business Dealing, Contracts, Real Estate, Education, Knowledge, Recreation, Vehicle, Biking, Acquiring New Vehicles, Travelling, Astronomy, Astrology, Medicine, Rejuvenation Therapy, Meditation and Yoga, Marine, Technology, Media Events, Technological Activities, Visiting the Sea>side

Unfavourable: Marriage, Childbirth, Fertility Treatments, Law Suits, Arguments, Negative Action, New Beginnings in General, Too much Socializing, Financial Matters, Buying Clothes or Jewellery, Domestic Activities

Key Points

Shata = 100, Beshaj = Healers,

If can’t find from ashwini , try with shatabishak

Miracle & Mystical healing methods.

Varuna – Lord of cosmic waters. Social justice norms. Tuff task masters.

They don’t care about name. They want to heal that’s it.

Varus is an asura. Not actually asuras. The dark sun. Once sun set ends he rules. One of 12 Aditya’s

Dark circle

Deep Karmic energies – mitra & varuna (Mitra is day light god.)

Dakshanayan –

Ruler of underworld, Illegal crimes etc.

Spy – Investigation, Games Bond

Mythology

Key Themes

Healing Cures, Innovation and Idiosyncrasy
Nature’s Hidden & Complex Functioning Knowledge
Mysterious Understanding of Life and Death
Addictions to Alcohol, Drugs & Suicide
Secrecy, Solitude, Veiling & Hidden Aspects
Counter-Culturalism, Genres and Social Groups

Star Shatabhisha

Rasi (Zodiac) Aquarius

Range 06o 40’ > 20o 00’ Aquarius

Padas Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces

Ruling Planet Rahu (North Node of the Moon – Head)

Meaning “Requiring a Hundred Physicians or Hundred Healers”

Indication “The Hundred Stars”, “The Veiling Star”, “Fortunate Star of the King”

Body Part The Jaw, the Right Thigh

Guna (Quality) Tamas

Gana (Race) Rakshasa (Demon)

Purushartha (Goal) Dharma (Righteousness)

Tridosha Vata (Wind or Air + Space)

Nature/ Category of Star Chara (Movable, Changeable)

Varna (Caste) Butcher

Gotra (Clan) Atri (name translates as the “One who Consumes” or “One who Devours”)

Direction South

Pancha Mahabhuta

(Element)

Ether

Shakti (Power) Bheshaja)Shakti (The Power to “Heal and Support”)

Basis Above All Pervasiveness

Basis Below Support for Everything

Desire To be Firm and not Unsteady

Result of Shakti, Basis, &

Desire

World Freed of Calamity

Activity Active

TriMurthi (Process) Shiva (Dissolve)

Direction of Mouth / Motion Urdhwa Mukha (Looking Up/ Facing Upwards)

Yoni (Gender) Female

Animal Symbol Horse

Bird Raven, Asian Koel (Kokila), Heron

Sounds Go, Saa, See, Soo

Tree/ Plant Kadamba, Common Bur Flower (Latin Name: Anthocephalus)Cadamba)

Colour Blue Green

Mirrored
“The Star of Symphony”

Symbol: “A Drum” (Mridanga or Damaru of Lord Shiva), “A Bamboo Cane Flute” (Bansuri of Sri Krishna)

Deity: Eight Vasus (The Elemental Gods, Deities of Earthly Abundance, the Solar Gods of Energy and Light)

Favourable: Religious Rituals, Ceremonies, Group Work, Music, Dance, Concerts, Pomp, Moveable and Immoveable Property, Travel, Proactive Approaches, Clothes, Money Lending, Jewellery Designing, Healing, Fame, High Tech Equipment’s, Travelling, Creative Activities, Financial Transactions, Meditation, Yoga, Gardening, Treating Diseases, Commencing Education Ventures

Unfavourable: Marriage, Sexuality, Giving up Old Habits, Partnerships, Household Work, Restrictive Behaviour, New Partnerships, Domestic Activity, Activities Requiring Tact, Ingenuity or Tenderness

Key Themes

Gifts of Insight, Listening, & Perception of Truth
Put Knowledge and Theories into Practice
Love of Music, Talent in Singing and Dancing
Initial Troubles or Delays in Marriage
Difficult Marital Karma –Denial of Marital Bliss
Wealthy, Influential, and Charitable

Star Dhanishtha

Rasi (Zodiac) Capricorn/ Aquarius

Range 23o 20’ Capricorn > 06o 40’ Aquarius

Padas Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio

Ruling Planet Mars

Meaning “The Most Famous”, “The Swiftest”, “The Most Heard of”, “The Wealthiest”, “The Most

Benevolent”, alternatively it is also called as “Shravishta”

Indication “The Star of Symphony”

Body Part the Back, the Anus

Guna (Quality) Tamas

Gana (Race) Rakshasa (Demon)

Purushartha (Goal) Dharma (Righteousness)

Tridosha Pitta (Bile or Fire + Water)

Nature/ Category of Star Chara (Movable, Changeable)

Varna (Caste) Farmer/ Servant

Gotra (Clan) Angiras (name translates as the “Fiery One”)

Direction East

Pancha Mahabhuta

(Element)

Ether

Shakti (Power) Khyapayitri)Shakti (The Power to “Give Fame and Abundance”)

Basis Above Birth

Basis Below Prosperity

Desire To Revolve around the Summit of Gods

Result of Shakti, Basis, &

Desire

Bringing People Together

Activity Active

TriMurthi (Process) Vishnu (Maintain)

Direction of Mouth / Motion Urdhwa Mukha (Looking Up/ Facing Upwards)

Yoni (Gender) Female

Animal Symbol Lion

Bird Golden Bee, Peacock (Mayura), Crow

Sounds Gaa, Gee, Goo, Gay

Tree/ Plant Shamee, Indian Mesquite, Vanni, Khejri Tree (Latin Name: Prosopis)Cineraria)

Colour Silver Grey

Mirrored #mantra
22 – #Shravana #Nakshatra

“The Star of Learning Ear”

Symbol: “The Ear” or “Three Footprints /Footsteps” or “The Arrow”

Deity: Vishnu (Preserver of Universe or the Pervader), Vamana Avatara of Vishnu also called Trivikrama (3 footsteps), Saraswathi (Goddess of Learning) is also associated with Shravana as Subordinate Deity

Favourable: Beginning New Ventures, Counselling, Listening, Travel, Buying Property, Medical Treatment, Socializing, Learning, Study Languages, Reading and Writing, Music, Philosophy, Meditation, Religious Activities, Politics, Humanitarian Activities

Unfavourable: Activities requiring Aggression, Lawsuits, Battles or Wars, taking Risks, Making Promises, taking Oaths, Completion of Activity, Lending Money, Marriage, Adoption

Key Themes

Veda Vachaspati or ‘Vac’ Siddhi (Special Faculty of Speech)
Proficiency in Mantra, Japa and Ancient Dialects
Learning and Knowing Many Languages
Power to Connect to Higher Levels of Consciousness

Star

Shravana

Rasi (Zodiac)

Capricorn

Range

10o 00’ – 23o 20’ Capricorn

Padas

Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer

Ruling Planet

Moon

Meaning

“To Hear and Listen” or “Lame / One Who Limps” or “Listening Equipment”

Indication

“The Star of Learning Ear”

Body Part

The Ear, the Sex Organs

Guna (Quality)

Rajas

Gana (Race)

Deva (Divine, God-Like Dispositions)

Purushartha (Goal)

Artha (Wealth or Material Pursuits)

Tridosha

Kapha (Phlegm or Water + Earth)

Nature/ Category of Star

Chara (Movable, Changeable)

Varna (Caste)

Mleccha (Outcaste)

Gotra (Clan)

Vashistha (name translates as the “Possessor of Wealth”)

Direction

North

Pancha Mahabhuta (Element)

Air (Vayu)

Shakti (Power)

Samhanana Shakti (The Power to “Connect with Others”)

Basis Above

Seeking

Basis Below

Paths

Desire

To Hear People say Good things about Me

Result of Shakti, Basis, & Desire

Connection of all Things

Activity

Passive

TriMurthi (Process)

Brahma (Create)

Direction of Mouth / Motion

Urdhwa Mukha (Looking Up/ Facing Upwards)

Yoni (Gender)

Female

Animal Symbol

Monkey

Bird

Francolin, Cock (Kukkuta), Sarus Crane (Saarasa), Peacock

Sounds

Ju, Jay, Jo, Gha

Tree/ Plant

Arka, Rui, Milk Weed, Swallow Wort, Crown Flower (Latin Name: Calotropis Gigantea)

Colour

Light Blue

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