Bharani literally means the one who bears. These people are tolerant and disciplined. This nakshatra is represented by vulva and womb. Owing to which, natives of Bharani are active when it comes to procreate.
Bharani people are familial and protective and have incredible memory which comes from the sacred animal of this nakshatra i.e. a male elephant. When any posses any threat to the closed one of Bharani people, they become extremely cautious and protective towards with the motive of security of the former.
Elephant’s tusks reflect Bharani’s teeth. So, Bharani people have long teeth and somehow it is possible that they get bad treatment of their teeth which they have to fix later.
The natives of this nakshatra are interested in knowing what lies beyond afterlife. The deity of this Bharani nakshatra is Yama which to a great extend justifies the curiosity of these people to experience death and out-of-the-body experience.
Considering the bad relationship with mother, Bharani natives usually find it hard to get along with their mother especially the step-mothers. Meanwhile, these people feel the need to be a good parent of their children and they feel entirely when they give birth to children.
However, due to Yama’s influence, these native face issues while giving birth to their child.
Yama is the son of Surya, the sun deity, and Sandhya, Vishvakarma’s daughter. By going with the words of Vishnu Purana, Yama is Sraddhadeva Manu’s older brother and Yami’s older sister. Yama is considered to be the first mortal to die, according to the Vedas. He became the king of the departed by virtue of precedence and is known as “Lord of the Pitris.” He is also referred to as “Dharmaraja.”
By the words of Rig Veda, Yami wanted to have sexual relationship with Yama with the urge to procreating. The God of Death denied to her request by pointing out the inappropriateness of having sex between siblings. Yami being so stubborn argued that they shared a womb in naked state. However, Yama stuck to his morals and the deed did not happen between the two.
The people of Bharani nakshatra are compatible with Revathi nakshatra which is symbolic of a female elephant. In fact, Hasta, Swati, Shravana and Purva Ashada are good for a Bharani to make a relationship with.
However, these people cannot make a peaceful relationship with Chitra, Dhanistha, Purvabhadrapada and Vishaka nakshatra considering their representative animals.
These natives thrives for a post of a lawyer or the one who fights against injustice which also comes from Yama who has the judgmental nature. They can be a good fit as someone to deal with legal policies, rules and regulations. Their career can be flourishing in the areas of pathology, undertaker and gynecologists.
Bharani people are also inclined towards the art and creativity because of the Venus which is known to be the lord of this nakshatra.
It controls forehead, eyes and organs within head. Hence, they are likely to get eye infections, defective eye sight, injury on forehead, fever and also gradually inactive sexual life or they might get diagnose with syphilis.
Ugra is the quality of Bharani. During this period, one should not commence any business activity as it can lead into destruction because Bharani represents ending. This nakshatra is good for funeral rituals, ghost hunting, paranormal activities and tantric fire rituals.
The outcaste nakshatra is Bharani’s caste. The Bharani natives are the ones to live their life without following society’s norms. These people are fearless about death and the dead. The reason is simply their deity Yama. They can also fall into underworld business.
Things we have or do have a sound plays an essential role in nakshatra. For Bharani natives, Lee- pada 1, Loo- pada 2, Lay- pada 3 and Low- pada 4 are the good sounds.
The remedy of Bharani natives is to feed needy in the name of their ancestors. Another thing they can do is to keep their teeth healthy and in shape. Also, they can install a brass elephant statue with full raised up tusks. The direction of the statue should be considered after knowing the place of the planet in your nakshatra. If it is Sun then, East, Moon- Northwest, Jupiter- Northeast, Mars- South, Venus- Southeast, Mercury- North, Saturn- West, Rahu- Southwest and for Ketu- Northwest.
Guna are of three types in total. This profile tells us about the personality of someone. In this case, the Guna is Rajas. This Guna encourages in completing what has been left in between. Rajas highlights the power of creativity that is present in the whole universe.
Gana defines all kinds of relationship between the native and other people. There are Deva (Godly), Manushya (Human) and Rakshasa (Demon) in total and the Gana of Bharani is Manushya.
Basically, those who belong to the Manushya gana have the nature of a god and demon. They will be inclined to make choices for good as well as evil. Such is the mixed nature of Manushya Gana.
The motivation of this nakshatra is Artha which represents that the natives of Bharani natives are much into the materialism. These natives will always have the motivation for achieving targets with practical approach.
Tridosha (Ayurveduc Dosha)
The Pitta (Madhya) Dosha is in charge of digestion, metabolism, and energy production hence this is an excellent time to eat. The principal function of Dosha is transformation. A fiery character manifests in both the body and the mind when pitta is strong.
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