Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is a nakṣatra used in Hindu astronomy. It is ruled by Guru or Jupiter. Its Rigvedic name is Ajaikapada, an ancient fire dragon. It symbolizes Swords or two front legs of funeral cot, a man with two faces following the positions.
Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra Male Characteristics
The native of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is usually a peace-loving person but is occasionally turned on. He likes to lead a simple life. As it follows strict values, you have to suffer every time you see them violated. When he speaks, he speaks impartially. He does not blindly believe in religious principles. Although he helps those in need, all he gets in return is hatred and resistance. He is very religious and prays and performs all the rituals as indicated in the Scriptures. Although he can be financially weak at times, he receives a lot of respect from others. The native of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is intelligent and has an excellent vision for the business. Natives employed by the government are likely to earn handsomely with benefits, promotions and salary increases. They are both socially and financially independent. Their most fruitful years will be between the ages of 24 and 33. However, its golden phase will be between 40 and 54 years old. The native of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is unlikely to obtain his mother’s love. This native may be the cause of death or separation from his mother. But you may also not get your mother’s total devotion, as she may be a working woman. The native man of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is prone to paralytic attacks, heartburn and diabetes. You will also likely have problems with your ribs, the sides of your abdomen, and your feet.
Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra Female Characteristics
The native woman of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra is honest and sincere when it comes to working. Nothing in this world or the next can take this native from her principles. She has leadership qualities from birth. It’s easy for her to get others to do her job smoothly, so she’ll be successful as a leader. Although she is generous and willing to help those in need, she will not do so until she is fully convinced that the person in question is really in need. The native woman is educated in the fields of science and technology. Therefore, she is likely to become a teacher or scientist. However, it can also occupy the professions of a statistician, astrologer or researcher. The native woman of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra will be very close to her husband and will be blessed with many children. She is good at handling household activities and will enjoy raising her children. Native women of Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra are likely to face some health problems such as low blood pressure, ankle pain, stroke, liver problems and palpitations.
Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra Astrology
Its Lord is Jupiter, and its natives are intelligent scholars who are also skilled at making money. The deity is Aja Ekapada, a one-foot serpent, a horned goat, or a unicorn.
Purva Bhadrapada Padas:
Purva Bhadrapada 1st Pada: Mars rules the first pada of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra. The natives here are more mentally aggressive than physically aggressive. Here the focus of the natives will be on controlling their temperament and aggression, gathering the willpower to achieve their goals.
Purva Bhadrapada 2nd Pada: Venus rules the second pada of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra. Here the focus is on being forgiving. Natives are energetic as they tend to express the dark side of their natures physically.
Purva Bhadrapada 3rd Pada: The third pada of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra falls on the Gemini Navamsa ruled by Mercury. Here the focus is on communication, and the native is curious. Here they express the lighter aspects of their nature, such as a sense of humour.
Purva Bhadrapada 4th Pada: The Moon rules the fourth pada of the Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra. Here the focus of the natives can be too dangerous since they manifest both the persecutor and the persecuted aspects. These natives are compatible with the natives of the other three padas.