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Nakshatras or Moon's houses

”Nakshatra” means ”what never goes away”. Sometimes they are called Moon’s houses, because, in each of them, Chandra is sitting about one day.
Fixed stars have huge significance in Indian astrology.

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There are 27 Nakshatras – fixed stars or Moon’s houses.
”Nakshatra” means ”what never goes away”. Sometimes they are called Moon’s houses, because, in each of them, Chandra is sitting about one day.
Fixed stars have huge significance in Indian astrology. Western astrology has only recently begun to give them greater importance. In Jyotish, they make up the very core of the system.

Ashvini – constellation Arietis

Bharani – constellation 41 Arietis

Kritika – constellation Alcyone

Rohini – constellation Aldebaran

Mrigashira – constellation Orion

Ardra – constellation Betelguese

Punarvasu – constellation Pollux

Pushya – constellation Caneri

Ashlesha – constellation Hydrae

Magha – constellation Regulus

Purva Phalguni – constellation Leonis

Utara Phalguni – constellation Denebola

Hasta – constellation Spica

Chitra – constellation Corvi

Swati – constellation Arcturus

Vaishakha – constellation Libra

Anuradha – constellation Scorpii

Jyeshta – constellation Antares

Mool – constellation Scorpii

Purva Ashada – constellation Sagitari

Utara Ashada – constellation Sagitari

Shravan – constellation Altair

Dhanishta – constellation Delphini

Shatabisha – constellation Aquarii

Purva Badhrapad – constellation Markeb

Utara Badhrapad – constellation Pegasi

Revati – constellation Piscium

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