Birth In Poorvaphalguni Nakshtra

Poorva Falguni Nakshtra:

Spread from 13:20' to 26:40' Simha. Lord Ravi, deity "Shivalinga", Symbol-Swinging hammock. It is also called the Bhagadaivata Star. All the six majesties, pleasure and prosperity, love, enjoyment and sensual delight are caused by this Nakshatra. The origin of creation, it announces creation and development. The closure of it means destruction. The individual who in personal life succeeds in mastering the six impulses, that is the impulse of creativity which also masters death. Therefore, on the one hand this star symbolises the joy of creation and enjoyment, and on the other hand signifies desirelessness and asceticism. On the one hand it is the gateway to creation, basic seed of it, on the other hand it aims at renunciation, dissolution, and a merger in 'Brahma'. Fame and renown are the special feature of this star. Poorva Falguni and Utta Falguni are symbol of good fortune and luck. It is the birth star of Guru. Anthropomorphically it is the upper lip of Kalapurusha.
Those born in the Pubba star are experts in love making, strong and handsome but extremely fearful. They help others, and carry out works which cannot be done by others. They are angry, frauds, cruel and candid. They are bright, wealthy, givers, and experts in music and dance. They are wise and are in the service of kings. They are long lived and beget few children. They are learned, reserved, love women, enjoyers, prominent amongst the learned, handsome, love their brothers, endowed with soft hands and feet, born of Rajamsha, strict transactors, endowed with attractive eyes, idle and possess kingly signs.
Those born in the first pada are endowed with all good qualities, enjoy life, endowed with many children, kind hearted, capable of doing varied jobs, satisfied, trouble others, not trusted, cruel, soft-spoken and loved by people.

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