Punarvasu Nakshatra

Stellar Astrology 
Punarvasu Nakshatra Characteristics Mithuna Karka Rashi, four Pada as per Indian Vedic Astrology

The word Punarvasu is derived from Punar meaning again and Vasu meaning prosperity; becoming prosperous again or regaining prosperity. It is ruled by Adhithi indicator of infinity or abundance or in simple words we can relate it to this infinite Universe. As this whole universe accommodates everybody in it irrespective of shape, size, nature etc., Punarvasu natives are also very adjusting in nature and can accommodate themselves in different circumstances and with different people. This is a unique quality found in Punarvasu natives which is difficult to find in other Nakshatras. Its symbol is an arrow; rather a divine empowered arrow. As the symbol arrow indicates a direction or a point, so this Nakshatra indicates some fixed objectives and goals. As the divine arrow rarely misses its target and returns after completing its job; Punarvasu indicates successful completion of the objectives and goals. Punarvasu natives are one of the most contended people among 27 Nakshatra and fully capable of achieving their material as well spiritual objectives. They prefer to live steady life and do not take any major risks to avoid any unpleasant situations. Sometimes they become so contended in life that they completely loose the enthusiasm. After achieving some status, they stop further efforts due to over contention.

Their physical appearance is quite good with long face (in Gemini), long limbs and high nose. Punarvasu natives are religious and follow traditional culture and norms. They are least interested in any negative activities and would rarely accept people involved in it. They always believe in peaceful living and discard any relation which may bring any mental agony to them. Although Punarvasu natives get good education but they find it difficult to convert it into wealth because of their simple nature. In their childhood, they are the most innocent students in their class and teachers love their innocence. They always respect their teachers, parents and elders. They find it difficult to make adjustments in family after marriage. Their spouse may have serious complaints from them and they may be called as Mama’s child. 

Punarvasu Nakshatra Health: Natives generally have good health unless there are serious afflictions in the horoscope.

Body parts ruled by Punarvasu Nakshatra: Our Nose and fingers are ruled by this Nakshatra.

Punarvasu Nakshatra Tree: Bamboo

Punarvasu Nakshatra Professions: Teachers, psychologists, writers, Engineers, architects, public speaker,  media people, editors, priests, tour managers, courier agents, astrologers etc.   

The first pada of Punarvasu Nakshatra 

It makes the person skilled, talented and creative. Initially they may show some haste in their working but later on settles down and does the job successfully. They easily make friends and girl friends. They are bestowed with children and dedicated wife. He knows the art of making money without harming anybody. They can be recognized by their copper red complexion and humorous nature.

Punarvasu Nakshatra second pada 

Natives born in this pada are good accumulator of wealth and soft spoken. Their communication skills are exceptionally good. They know the art of making money without doing much physical effort. Their professional life is comparatively better. They can be recognized by their soft tongue and average stout body.

Punarvasu Nakshatra third pada 

The energies in this pada are focused on education and material gains. Native born in this pada will invest good time in getting education to meet its end result; money. But success is indicated after some struggle. They generally have round eyes with keen interests in literature.

Punarvasu Nakshatra fourth pada 

This pada of Punarvasu Nakshatra has its maximum positive attributes. Natives born in this pada are very caring and charitable in nature. They will strive hard to attain spiritual knowledge and become creative writer in later part of life. This pada may give name and fame to the native but material success is negligible. Moon placed in this Nakshatra pada is highly sensitive to any malefic influences. Venus makes the native adulterous. They have belly like Lord Ganesha and whitish complexion.

S Kuber RA
Vedic Astrologer and Lal Kitab Expert

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