Dhanistha natives share the traits of a lioness. Lioness is even dangerous than a lion. She is a provider. In their group, lionesses are the ones to form out a whole strategy to hunt and feed everyone. She is brave and dangerous at the same time.
Between the lion and lioness, the lion is the one to take care of the cubs which applies to the human as well. The spouse of the people of this nakshatra will take care of the kids while Dhanistha people would go to get the bread to feed everyone.
The symbol of this nakshatra is flute and drum. These musical instruments represent the rhythmic pattern of nerves or the flow of life. It has been seen that these people can read the pulses really well. This might spark their interest in the profession of medicine.
Dhansitha, this name contains ‘Dhan’ which means money. The natives of this nakshatra will have good money in their life.
The deity of this nakshatra is Ashtavasus. These gods provide everything in abundance to their natives including health and money. Prabhasa and his siblings (other Ashtavsus) had stolen a cow and were cursed by the sage Vashishtha to be born as mortals on Earth.
Vashishtha later lessened the effects of his curse by permitting all Ashtavsus except Prabhasa to exit the mortal realm after a year. The river goddess Ganga vowed to assist Ashtavasus. She married King Shantanu on the condition that he never spoke anything negative about her.
Goddess Ganga drowned her seven children, who were the seven Ashtavasus, in the river. When Shantanu’s eighth kid was born, he couldn’t take it any longer and confronted his wife, who promptly left him, reminding him of his vow. Prabhasa, the eighth son, was given the name Devarata, which he later changed to Bhishma.
These people make good pair with the natives of Purva Bhadrapada, Shravana, Purvashada, and Uttarashada while these people will be uncomfortable with the natives of Mrugashira, Chitra, Bharani, and Revathi.
Surgeons, doctors, Musician, Dancer, poets, gem dealers, engineers, group coordinators, mangers, real-estate dealers.
Malaria, filariasis, high fever, boils, elephantiasis, dry cough, and hiccups are common among the locals. Shatbhisha (Rahu) is in charge of the claf muscles and the area between the knee and the ankle. Rheumatic heart disease, high blood pressure, sleeplessness, leprosy, amputation, constipation, and fractures are all common among natives.
This nakshatra has chara (movable) quality which indicates that this period is good for initiating activities that demands movement, such buying land or property, post anything, relocating your office, or organising furnishings for your home.
Servant is the caste of Dhanistha. They are always dedicated to serve the greatest levels of dharma and truth. People of this nakshatra are warriors, boxers, fighters, and medical experts who fight for the greater cause.
For this nakshatra, the beneficial sounds are Gaa- pada 1, Gee- pada 2, Gu- pada 3, Gay- pada 4. It will be helpful for these people to use and own items with these sounds.
Being a Dhanistha native, owing any type of instrument will be great for you. Spend time while playing these instruments, it will be make your life melodious.
Guna are of three types in total. This profile tells us about the personality of someone. In this case, the Guna is Tamas. People with this Guna are usually inclined towards ignorance, laziness and darkness.
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 Dhanistha is Rakshasa (Demon).
In the people with Rakshasa Gana, the darker side is prominent. Here they are stubborn and self-centred. In fact, they might pick up fights desperately. But they do have great intuitive powers.
Also, it is necessary to understand that this part just highlight the darker side.
The motivation of Dhanistha native is Dharma. It represents the will to find a purpose in life and fulfil the destiny.
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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