A female elephant is a yoni animal of Revati. Elephants become aggressive when someone tries to mess with their children. These are familial and protective animals with incredible memory. They never forget those who help them at their vulnerable time.
These people, like elephants, are magnificent creatures until you give them a reason to be aggressive, they will never harm you. They are sluggish workers, despite that they hate being interrupted when they are working.
Revati’s teeth reflect elephant’s tusks. As a result, Revati people have long teeth, and it’s probable that they’ve had poor dental treatment that they’ll have to repair later.
These people may be slow in other things, but they are more active when it comes to sex.
A drum set and two fishes are the symbol of this nakshatra. The two fishes represent the contradiction and polarity in these individuals. It’s like while a part of them wants to savor the taste while another part just wants finish the food. It has been seen that these people find solitude only when they are into nature. Hence, these people find answers and peace in spirituality.
The story behind the drums belongs to the deity of this nakshatra, Pushan who is also a god of wild animals. Relatively, Lord Shiva is also the god of wild animals. So, the drums represent the Damru of Shiva. These people will always be vocal and go against those who harm nature or wild animals.
Princess Revati is said to have been Lord Balaram’s wife. Brahma was sleeping when the princess and her father approached him. After waking up, Brahma inquired as to why they were there. Her father stated that he wished to locate his daughter a decent marriage.
He kept waiting for him in Brahma loka, where time runs slower than on Earth. In the meantime, the corresponding time on Earth has changed yugas, owing to which their kingdoms have vanished, and with the modern yugas, the height of men went shorter. Balaram, Lord Krishna’s elder brother, was the only male suitable in this new yuga, according to Brahma. Balaram used his plough to shorten Revati’s height, implying that Revati residents’ partners will be shorter as well.
Natives of Revati are best suitable with the ones of Magha, Purva Bhadra, and Dhanishta. However, the relationship with the natives of Bharani, Shravana, Uttarashada, Krittika, Rohini, and Pushya are not fruitful.
Agents magicians, watchmakers, literary architects, linguists, scientists, archeologists, traders, urban planners, comedians, Poets, painters, gem-stone publishers, editors.
Intestinal ulcers, gout in the feet, deafness, ear-pus, crams, foot abnormalities, and abdominal problems are all common among natives.
Revati is a Mridu nakshatra. This quality is good for searching, researching, initiating a creative or artistic endeavour, especially one involving dancing or music, sexual activities, enjoyment, date night, and obtaining enjoyable items.
The caste of this nakshatra is Shudra, the worker. The people of Revati devote their lives to the pursuit of creativity, which they believe comes from a heavenly and abstract source. They are not industrial workers, and they will only be effective when they use their abstract imagination, research, or their sixth sense to improve the world.
Another option is to employ musical instruments, such as having a playable musical instrument in the house, especially in the direction of the North or Northeast.
The beneficial sounds for this nakshatra are Day- pada 1, Dow- pada 2, Cha- pada 3, Chee- pada 4. Use these sounds in brands, stuff, plaes, cars and such.
Revati natives should try putting a fish aquarium in their living room particularly in North or Northeast direction. This is a useful remedy since the flowing water brings good luck for these people.
Guna are of three types in total. This profile tells us about the personality of someone. In this case, the Guna is Sattva. People with this Guna, spread light and hope. They are perceptive in life.
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 Revati is Deva.
This Gana defines them as a person with activeness and good habits. These folks are extremely sensitive to other people, animals, and birds.
These people gain wisdom and intelligence in their life that they put to good use in philanthropic works. They have a natural desire to serve all living things and make the planet a better place to live.
Moksha means liberation of this world where everything and everyone is behind the materialism. It is to giving up love, emotions and physical being. It means to get Nirvana and detach from the cycle of birth and death.
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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