Uttarabhadra (333°20′ to 346°40′ Pisces)
General Characteristics: Happy people able speakers, children, grandchildren, conquer enemies, virtuous.
Translation: The beautiful left foot or Ray of Light
Symbol: Two back legs of a bed.
Animal Symbol: Female cow
Ruling Planet: Saturn
Nature: Manushya (human)
Presiding deity: Ahirbudhnya – the serpent of the deep sea – fertility, kundalini and need for seclusion.
Favorable: Attractive; good problem-solving ability; inspiring speaker; disciplined; kind; compassionate; has principles; contented; generous; submissive yet financially successful; tends to make money on their own; economical; charitable; humanitarian; merciful; smart; benefits from children or beginners; drawn to the unknown; virtuous; happy; wise; loves family; self sacrificing benefits from gifts and inheritance; overcomes enemies; satisfied; service oriented; controls anger; marital happiness; balanced; nourishes others; good advisor.
Unfavorable: withdrawn; unenthusiastic; develops a set of long-term enemies or gets into disputes that take a long time to resolve; thinks too much about their own outcomes; self-centered financial focus; gossip; lazy; addict; irresponsible; highly emotional.
The symbol for this nakshatra is the latter half of the funeral cot that it shares with the nakshatra Purvabhadra. This nakshatra is also associated with fire purification and passion, but is less aggressive than the former star. The ruling deity, Ahir Bhudhanya, gives Uttarabhadra the desire to examine things at depth and explore the kundalini energy. Those born under this star are compassionate, virtuous, and drawn to humanitarian causes. They require solitude and time for contemplation, but must be cautious of laziness and isolation. Uttarabhadra is full of wisdom and determination, yet understands the necessity of patience in obtaining the highest achievement.