People born in the Krittika nakshatra have the adaptability of a goat. Goats usually indulge in head butting while retaining their position in the herd or when they try to gain someone’s position. The natives of nakshatra are quite similar as they will always thrive to prove their worth in their workplace.
The fire is the element here. Something that can give you the light or destruct anything that comes in its way. In Rig Veda, Agni dev was addicted to alcohol. He was found lusting after Saptrisihis’ wife and watching them naked. This act got him cursed by the rishis. Ergo, the natives of Krittika should be careful while drinking. As it’s obvious that they might act as pervert after getting drunk which can land them into trouble.
Kartikeya who is also a representor of this nakshatra was the commander-in-chief in the war. Likewise, the natives of krittika usually fight huge battles in life and most likely to conquer them too.
Usually, the people of this nakshatra are always competitive with their siblings. It is also observed that they tend to travel far away. The reason lies in the story of competition between Kartikeya and Gnaesha. Lord Shiva, being the father put out a competition and said that the first one to arrive here after having a round of the universe will be recognised as the eldest one. While, Kartikeya left on his vehicle peacock, his brother Ganesha simply took a round of their parents, calling them his universe. Watching the wisdom of Ganesha, Shiva recognised him as the eldest.
Agni, the god of fire did not want to marry Swaha, the daughter of Daksha but later he was convinced and married her. We chant ‘Swaha’ when we pour offerings into Fire while ‘Havans’. It is because Swaha had gotten this boon that everyone will chant her name. By chanting her name, we convey to God that this mantra is finished.
However, Swaha asked her husband to make love her in bed. For which she transformed herself as the wives of saptrishis. She never transformed herself in Arundhati ( wife of the rishi) whom Agni wanted the most. Then, Skanda took birth.
Since the yoni animal of this nakshatra is female, these people will be best suitable with those natives whose yoni animals would be a male one. Thus, Krittika natives will be happy with Pushya, Swati and Hasta nakshatras.
On the other hand, the Krittika natives are highly incompatible with Chitra, Vishaka, Dhanistha and Purva Bhadrapada.
At the end of the day, Krittika natives want to find out the truth. And also, they are persuasive through their speech. People get hypnotised while they talk. Hence, they can easily perform well at an authoritative post. They can be CEO, Politician or such. If you observe closely, many great chefs belong to this nakshatra because the symbol of this nakshatra is knife. This nakshatra represents both Dharma and Agni.
The native of Krittika has likely to get into fire accidents. Krittika natives can also get injuries to the back side of head. Face, neck, tonsillitis and lower jaw are the vulnerable to get affected badly. They can also get the eye infection.
This nakshatra has ‘mishra’ or mixed quality. They are good for doing the fire rituals to offer to ancestors and gurus or also for the salvation.
The caste of this nakshatra is Brahmin who is called “The Educated one” or “The knower”. However, this nakshatra belongs to warriors and fighter so these natives fight for the holy cause.
Sounds are equally important in our live. Having or participating in anything that has suitable sounds would be helpful and beneficial. For Krittika natives, these are the suitable sounds — Aa- pada 1, Ee- pada 2, Uu- pada 3, Aye- pada 4.
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 Magha 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 Bharani native is kama. It represents the aspirations and efforts that are motivated by the passions which involves the feelings, emotions and desire of its native. This is the key to get the success in life.
Tridosha (Ayurveduc Dosha)
Kapha is the connection between things. In the presence of strong Kapha, a person feel motivated, dominating and it gives the person a feeling of completeness. Even when Kapha is in its average state, a person becomes soft towards others and feels the urge of helping.
But Kpaha is weak, the person feel shattered and demotivated. Its natives gains weights or develop allergies and suffer from it.
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