The yoni animal of Vishaka nakshatra is a male tiger who wakes up early in the morning when other animals sleep. They even hunt at night because of their retinal adaptation to the dark. Similarly, the individuals of this nakshatra are morning people who have excellent eyesight. Their vision in dark becomes clearer if Sun or Moon is present in their nakshatra.
These people have a sharp vision of their target. In the process of hunting, a tiger waits quietly and stays unnoticed until his final move to attack. Vishakha natives are just like a tiger waiting and hunting. To take their revenge on anyone, they wait until the right moment arrives but till then, they lay low.
The symbol of this nakshatra is triumph gate which impacts too much on the life of a Vishakha individual. The arch you notice in the symbol is too important for the people of this native. Passing through the arch or pillars and entering your house and workplace can give you success depend on which gates the arch represents. Based on this, you can either get the success or loose it.
Another symbol of this nakshatra is the potter’s wheel which represents the art in the people of Vishakha natives. These people are beautiful creators. The wheel also represents the self-observance of these people. In fact, they become egotistical too. They are bad at dealing with failures and insecurities of them.
Vishaka nakshatra is the unique one as it has two deities. One is Indra (the King of all gods) who enjoys all the luxuries and fun. Indra is vulnerable and insecure even after having everything in control or precisely becausing having everything in control. From the legends, we got to know that he act impulsively due to which he has to face consequences. Another deity of Vishaka is Agni, who is the God of Fire. He usually accompanies Indra on drinks and dance.
Agni, once, was too hungry to burn down the whole forest which was not acceptable to Takshaka, the Serpent king. The latter was also a good friend of Indra so he insisted Indra to rain down when Agni tries to ablaze the forest. Thereafter, Krishna and Arjun came along to help Agni to calm his hunger and made a canopy from their arrows so Agni could consume.
Watching such an intelligent move by his son Arjuna, Indra felt proud.
Having two deities keeps Vishakha people confused most of the times as these people have to choose one side between the two.
In the case Vishaka natives, family love is hard to get. Hence, they should be very careful while choosing a partner for them. Ashwini, Bharani, and Swati are compatible naskhatra for these people. Meanwhile, these people do not make good partners with Purva Phalguni and Ardra.
administrators, public speakers, lawyers, teachers, professors, entrepreneurs, broadcasters, mathematicians, soldiers, immigration officials, politicians or such.
Womb sickness, nasal bleeding, renel stone, dropsy, rupture, prostrate growth, fibroid, tumour, menstrual irregular bleeding, and urinary problem are all common among natives.
Vishakha is Mishra (Sharp and Soft) sign which means it is a mixed sign. However, this nakshatra is good for having pooja, yagnas, bornfire, cooking and anything that relates to agni. Probably, buying a sword or knife is also beneficial.
Vishakha natives have the entrepreneurial skills as the caste of this nakshatra is the merchant. These people excel better when they are given their space. In fact, these people love to have meetings on their own time, come to office as they like and to sum up all in one, they need independence at their workplace.
Tee- pada 1, Too- pada 2, Tay- pada 3, Tow- pada 4. Using products and brands with these sounds would be beneficial for Vishakha natives.
Yagna or havan is good remedies for the people of Vishakha natives. Also, when there are too much chaos and restlessness within, they should follow this exercise. Take a fruit or vegetable, cut it in half with a knife as it will help to calm down the vicious energy.
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 Vishaka 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 Vishaka native is Dharma. It represents the will to find a purpose in life and fulfil the destiny.
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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