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Graha * Bhava* Amsha * Rashi

Nakshatra of Ketuva



The eternally youthful son of Shiva and commander of His army.

20th century India. from San Diego Museum of Art --


Sacred tree for Azvini

Sumanasa vanthitha thevamanohari aswini thevi sahaayakrube|


Ashvati * Aswathy * Dasra * Dhata * Nasatya

Asva-yujas * azva-zirsha * azvaziras

Chandra in Azvini * comforted by observant innovation * * protectors of unlimited start-up energy, champions of invention, pursuers of unboundaried quest

contributions coming to Earth

from the star-civilizations

based in star-systemsSharatan + Mesarthim

The first one

Empowered to Initiate * Twins of Sanga

"Thinks-and-Acts out of the Box" (Ketu)


the First Nakshatra (new system)

  • 00:00 Mesha until 13:20 Mesha

  • Pada-1, 2, 3, 4 of total 108

  • 0-13:20 degrees of Meza

Azvini Nakshatra Celestial Location


Regional Names for Azvini Nakshatra

  • Asvayujas
  • Ashwini * Aswini * Azvini * Aswathy * Azvakinee
  • Ashvati * Ashvattha * Azvattha
  • Asvaryuj * Aswija * who yokes the horses
  • Azva-sirsha * Asva-zirshan * horse-headed
  • Dasradevataa * Dasra
  • Dhata
  • janman * birth, production, planted, origin, born from, existence, life (first nakshatra)
  • Nasatya
  • Suta
  • tanugriha (first nakshatra)
  • Vaajibha
  • udaya * going up, rising, swelling up (first nakshatra)

Shrona * Azvattha (Shrona is a rendering of Shravana nakshatra. Azva-attha means the tree under which horses take shelter. This same tree, Ficus Religiosa, is also a place where the Shaman/Shramin go to listen to the spirits. But Azvattha is also sometimes applied as a moniker for Azvini.


Nakshatra Vana

Plants Sacred to Azwini Nakshatra

see nakshatra gardens at:

  • western botanical name = Strychnos nux vomica

  • Sanskrita namah: ramyaphala, garadruma, tindu, viSatindu

  • Common names = Poison Nut, Strychnine Tree



parts of the Strychnine tree * sacred to Azwini Nakshatra

Gems for Ketu


Chrysoberyl Ketu-Ratna

Twins Mangala-Azvini for Kumbha-lagna where Kuja occupies bhratri-sthana-3 can produce a twin brother, possibly a twin sister.

If Azvini contains a pitri-karaka such as Surya or Guru, or such as the dharma-pathi patron of 9 (father) or the bhratru-pathi patron of 3 (siblings) or even the labha-pathi patron of 11 which can signify the father's immediate younger brother or 11 can also signify the elder brother of the native, then the "twinning" feature may apply to that agent.

E.g. patron of bhava-9 occupies Azvini, the father may have a twin.

Attributes of Azvini

wikipedia = Azvini

Azvini Nakshatra Meanings

"Possessing Horses" * "The Horsewoman"

  • "...horses...breath...bring wonderful help...truthfulness..."~~ Roebuck, The Circle of Stars, p 103

  • Asva-r-yujya = "She Who Yokes Horses"

Azwini Nakshatra planetary (upagraha) ruler

Azwini Nakshatra protective deity Regents * bhapa * bheza

Azwini Nakshatra Symbol

  • horse
  • horse's head

Azwini Nakshatra Gana * group:

  • Heavenly * Deva

Azwini Nakshatra Guna of the Azwini Nakshatra

  • Dharma = observation of phenomena, comprehension, understanding

Azwini Nakshatra Tibetan Tradition

  • Takar ( a-Kar) = Goddess

  • Ta Denma = The Equine or Shining Daughter

  • Jugu

Azwini Nakshatra Bija (seed) syllables

  1. pada-1 = choo (k)

  2. pada-2 = chay (ch)

  3. pada-3 = cho (T)

  4. pada-4 = laa (r)

Azwini Nakshatra Stotram * pada-1

  • Om Visham Vishur Vashatkaro Bhuta Bhavya Bhavat Prabhuh

  • Bhutakrud Bhutabhrud Bhavo Bhutama Bhuta Bhavanah

Azvini Stotram * pada-2

  • Putatma Paramatma Cha Muktanam Parama Gatih

  • Avayayah Purusha Sakshi Kshetrajno Kshara Eva Cha

Azvini Stotram * pada-3

  • Yogo Yogavidam Neta Pradhana Purushesvarah

  • Narasiha Vapu Shriman Kesavah Purushottamah

Azvini Stotram * pada-4

  • Sarvah Sarvah Sivah Sthanur Bhutadir Nidhir Avyayah

  • Sambhavo Bhavano Bharta Prabhavah Prabhur Isvarah

Azwini Nakshatra Body Part

  • Top of Foot of the nakshatrapurusha * Kala-purusha

BPHS Auspicious activities Azwini Nakshatra

  • Travel
  • taking medicine
  • making ornaments
  • beginning lessons
  • beginning architectural studies
  • buying or selling
  • starting a journey via elephants or other vehicles.


  • Applies to nakshatra of radical lagna AND nakshatra of Chandra. For emotional relationships, nakshatra of Chandra is more influential in determining compatibility and ease of interaction.

Psycho-socially compatible with Azvini * Dasra

Nakshatra of Rahu or Ketu * whether highly exciting (Rahu) or deeply observing (Ketu) the fascinating yet disruptive nodal styles are well suited to partner with each other. Rahu-Rahu, Rahu-Ketu, and Ketu-Ketu pairings are found in environments that require irregularity, social non-conformism, opportunism, adventurous excitement, challenge to existing standards, cultural mixing, wandering patterns, and spiritual detachment..

Psycho-socially neutral with Azvini * Dasra

Nakshatra of Mangala * Kuja and No-contact Ketu are assigned to share governance of secret-revealing, therapeutically invasive Vrischika rashi. Mangala prefers to move vigorously and directly toward the goal, while Ketu's pathway tends to be nebulizing and foggy. Nevertheless, certain combinations of Ketu with Mangala can be temporarily yet profoundly healing within a narrative of active distancing, vigorous detachment, and energetically disconnected witness perspective.

Nakshatra of Brihaspati * Brihaspati's ever-expanding realm of inclusive doctrinal understanding can be supplemented by dissolving Ketu, and Guru-Ketu combinations can reflect a theoretically abstractive pair. However the principled methods of Guru's outreach preaching are typically incommensurable with the apparently aimless disorientation of Ketu. These pairings may have a temporary shared spiritual agenda, but they are typically not sustainable.

Psycho-socially uneasy with Azvini * Dasra

Nakshatra of Zukra = Zukra is all about equal matches, pleasures, and partnership. No-contact Ketu the chidrakaraka is all about disconnection, amputation, splitting. This couple is not adversarial. Rather, it finds no mutual point of contact. The Zukra partner seeks harmonious, wealth-accruing unions whereas the Ketu partner seeks pilgrimage, wandering, witnessing dispersion. Low potential for agreement.

Nakshatra of Shani * Shani imposes the rules and Ketu dissolves the rules Generally Ketu folk feel restricted in Shani's fixed-role, orderly environments. Ketu tends to find Shani as rather meaninglessly punitive, purposelessly strict, or uselessly authoritarian. Ketu wanders on.

Most catalytic (challenging) nakshatra for Azvini * Dasra

Nakshatra of Chandra * Ketu and Chandra form an inherently uncomfortable union. Chandra stabilizes, settles, cultivates, harvests, and nurtures. Ketu blows through Chandra's settlements like a dust storm, desiccating the nurturing waters and pulverizing ancestral roots. Chandra the Sustainer can withstand most of Ketu's disconnective effects but even so, Chandra is wary of amputation, decapitation, and root-destruction. This pairing is rare, and when it occurs the Chandra partner may perceive No-Contact Ketu as a nuisance.

Nakshatra of Surya * Ketu and Surya often cannot recognize each other. Surya's brilliant light overpowers Ketu. This pairing is exceptionally rare, and when it occurs the Surya partner may perceive Ketu as insubstantial, unintelligent, or disoriented.

Nakshatra of Budha * Ketu and Budha work at cross-purposes. Budha repeats a script of message delivery that depends on a logical mental process. Ketu is speechless, off-script, non-sequitur, clueless, and ungrammatical. If this pairing is required for some karmic reason, logically argumentative Budha may express resentment toward Ketu's proclivity toward wandering non-thought.

Shakti of the Azvini Nakshatra

QUOTATION from Dennis Harness:

"The symbol for Ashwini is a horse s head representing a dauntless spirit of adventure and a head-strong nature .

  • The ruling deities are the Ashwin twins who ride in a golden chariot and shower healing energy down to the earth plane.

They are the Physicians of the Gods .

  • Their shakti is the power to quickly heal and reach what they desire.

  • This is a nakshatra of initiation, revitalization, and transformational healing .

  • The Ashwini natives have a deva, or godly temperament, and their primary motivation is dharma.

The ruling planet is Ketu (South Node of the Moon), which gives a mystical and mysterious bent to their life journey."

Shakti of the Azvini Nakshatra

commentary by Pdt. David Frawley

"The Ashwins desired, "May we be possessed of good hearing and not be deaf."

One who makes the appropriate offering to the Ashwins and to Azvini becomes possessed of good hearing and will not become deaf.

  • Azvini Nakshatra grants the power of hearing on both outer and inner levels.

That is why this Nakshatra relates to secret knowledge and to miraculous powers "

Vocabulary for Azwini Nakshatra


  • The Nakshatra Azvini


  • Under which horses stand = the holy fig tree, Ficus Religiosa
  • a vessel made of its wood
  • the upper (or male)
  • the plant Thespesia Populneoides
  • of a Nakshatra, also called Shrona
  • a name of the sun; name of a people
  • day of full moon in the month Ashvina (in which month the fruit of the Ficus Religiosa generally becomes ripe)
  • the small Pippala tree
  • relating to the Nakshatra Ashvattha;

    the moment in which the moon enters that Nakshatra


  • possessed of horses, consisting of horses; richness in horses
  • mounted on horseback; A cavalier; horse-tamer
  • the two charioteers; name of two divinities who appear in the sky before the dawn in a golden carriage drawn by horses or birds
  • they bring treasures to men and avert misfortune and sickness; they are considered as the physicians of heaven
  • name of the Nakshatra presided over by the Ashvins
  • the number two
  • the head of Aries or the first of the 28 Nakshatra
  • from azvini, shortened for the sake of metre
  • belonging or devoted to the Ashvins
  • name of a month in the rainy season (during which the moon is near to the constellation Azvini)
  • name of a kind of brick
  • name of the Nakshatra Azvini


  • having the Ashvins as deity
  • the Nakshatra Azvini
  • accomplishing wonderful deeds, giving marvelous aid

from Hindu Mythology, Vedic and Puranic , by W.J. Wilkins, [1900], at


From the hymns addressed to these deities it is not at all easy to know who or what they are.

Yāska, the commentator of the Vedas, deriving the name from a root meaning "to fill," says they are called Asvins because they pervade everything, the one with light, the other with moisture.

Another commentator says they are called Asvins because they ride upon horses.

Some say that by them heaven and earth are indicated; others that they are day and night; others, again, that they are the sun and moon.

Professor Roth says, "They hold a perfectly distinct position in the entire body of the Vedic deities of light. They are the earliest bringers of light in the morning sky, who hasten on in the clouds before the Dawn and prepare the way for her."

In some hymns they are said to be sons of the sun ... Surya); in others are called children of the sky; in others, again, as the offspring of the ocean. They seem to represent the transition from night to morning - night when it is passing into day.

The Asvins are said to have had Suryā, the daughter of Savitri, as their common wife. She chose them, as her life was lonely. Her father had intended her to marry Soma; but, as the gods were anxious to obtain so beautiful a bride, it was agreed that they should run a race, Surya being the prize of the winner.

The Asvins were successful, and she ascended their chariot. In another passage Soma is said to have been her husband; the Asvins being friends of the bridegroom.

The Asvins are regarded as the physicians of the gods, and are declared to be able to restore to health the blind, the sick, the lame, and the emaciated amongst mortals.

They are the special guardians of the slow and backward; the devoted friends of elderly women who are unmarried. They are said to preside over love and marriage, and are implored to bring together hearts that love.

A number of legends are found illustrating the power of the Asvins in healing the sick and assisting those in trouble, from which we learn that they could restore youth and vigour to the aged and decrepit; they rescued a man from drowning, and carried him in safety to his home.

  • The leg of Vispala, that was cut off in battle, they replaced by an iron one.

  • At the request of a wolf, they restored sight to a man who had been blinded by his father as a punishment for slaughtering a hundred and one sheep, which he gave to the wolf to eat.

  • They restored sight and power to walk to one who was blind and lame.

As a result of these and other similar legends, the Asvins are invoked for"offspring, wealth, victory, destruction of enemies, the preservation of the worshippers themselves, of their houses and cattle."

The following legend of the cure they effected on Chyavana, from the"Satapatha Brāhmana," will illustrate the peculiar features of the work of the Asvins:

  • Chyavana, having assumed a shrivelled form, was abandoned by his family. Saryata, a Rishi, with his tribe settled in the neighbourhood; when his sons seeing the body of Chyavana, not knowing it was a human being, pelted it with stones. Chyavana naturally resented this, and sowed dissension amongst the family of Saryata.

  • Anxious to learn the cause of this, Saryata inquired of the shepherds near if they could account for it; they told him that his sons had insulted Chyavana. Saryata thereupon took his daughter Sukanyā in his chariot, and, apologizing for what had been done, gave his daughter to the decrepit man as a peace-offering.

  • Now the Asvins were in the habit of wandering about the world performing cures, and, seeing Sukanyā, they were delighted with her beauty and wished to seduce her. They said,"What is that shrivelled body by which you are lying? Leave him and follow us." She replied that whilst he lived she would not leave the man to whom her father had given her. When they came to her a second time, acting on her husband's suggestion she said,"You speak contemptuously of my husband, whilst you are incomplete and imperfect yourselves."and on condition that they would make her husband young again, she consented to tell them in what respect they were imperfect and incomplete. Upon this they told her to take her husband to a certain pond. After bathing there, he came forth with his youth renewed. Sukanya told the Asvins that they were imperfect because they had not been invited to join the other gods in a great sacrifice that was to be celebrated at Kurukshetra.

  • The Asvins proceeded to the place of sacrifice, and, asking to be allowed to join in it, were told that they could not do so, because they had wandered familiarly among men, performing cures. In reply to this, the Asvins declared that the gods were making a headless sacrifice. The gods inquiring how this could be, the Asvins replied,"Invite us to join you, and we will tell you." To this the gods consented.

In another account of this legend, it is said that, as the Asvins were physicians, they were consequently unclean;

hence no Brahman must be a physician, or he is thereby unfitted for the work of a priest; but as the work of the Asvins was necessary, they were purified, and then allowed to join the gods. They then restored the head of the sacrifice.

Professor Goldstücker says,"The myth of the Asvins is one of that class of myths in which two distinct elements, the cosmical and the human or historical, have gradually become blended into one. . . . The historical or human element in it, I believe, is represented by those legends which refer to the wonderful cures effected by the Asvins, and to their performances of a kindred sort; the cosmical element is that relating to their luminous nature.

The link which connects both seems to be the mysteriousness of the nature and effects of light and of the healing art at a remote antiquity. It would appear that these Asvins, like the Ribhus, were originally renowned mortals, who, in the course of time, were translated into the companionship of the gods."

Azwini Nakshatra

BPL comments:

BPL commentary

Azwini Nakshatra Meanings

Azvini = light healers who work with polarity and pulse, such as pulsing laser light beams. They are a pair and inseparable. Naturally, they have superb hearing and are extremely sensitive to vibration.

Although this technology and other light-healing methods like it were forgotten as civilization slipped into the bottom of the cycle, we are coming back up and collective memory is returning.

When horses (Asva) were delivered to Earth, they came in pairs for breeding. The old stories tell that these remarkable pairs were often discovered behind a dissolving cloud (Ketu) while standing under a tree. The bringers of the horses also brought marvelous medicines. They also seeded the Grid with potential inventions to be developed when the time was right.

These gifts helped civilizations to rebuild and cemented a special now-ancient bond between humans and horses. Despite the invention of new technologies of transport, many humans still cherish horses and accept the time and expense required for their care as a loving service to this remarkable species.

Most often cited as the creatures likeliest to graduate from the 2nd-level kingdom of plants and animals, into the 3rd level kingdom of humanoids, are tame horses, domestic cats, domestic dogs, service elephants, and trees,

Azvini an inventive genius and healer, but often swayed by Others.

One of the primary challenges faced by one born into a Nakshatra of Ketuva = Azvini, Makha, or Mula = circuit-breaker Ketu tends to provide a blank screen upon which others may project their desires. It may be beneficial to meditate upon one's authentic preferences and secure one's choices by writing them or speaking them. Without a conscious awareness of the need to ascertain one's own true preferences, the natural apathy of Ketu may lead the native into inauthentic choices based on the will of more ambitious, more opportunistic Others (Rahu).

BPL commentary: pada-1-2-3-4 [00:00 Mesha until 13:20 Mesha] = (8th, chidra-Ketu)

Sudden dispersal of outdated identity, eruption of new conditions, long-covered secrets revealed. Often an inventor; excavator; discoverer; initiator of new paradigms; agent of radical change (8).

Eccentric and unorthodox ideas emerge according to natal characteristics of Professor Ketu.

Ketu-ruled Azvini may experience some mental health issues, yet on the plus side this nakshatra is often blessed with clairaudient sensitivity

In and of itself, the gift is not useful until the native learns to control and refine one's healing powers.

Like wild horses, Azvini needs skills training and inner discipline to apply the knowledge thus gained toward compassionate service.

Otherwise Azvini simply runs free - a being of great power and beauty but concerned only with self.

Importantly: the female Azvini native = "partner-optional"

Although companionship may be appreciated and Azvini may cheerful marry with positive expectation (so long as partner also enjoys a Rahu-Ketu ruled Chandra)

the independent and self-sufficient Azvini woman may live in Ketu-conscious-contentment without a full-time partner. Ketu facilitates disconnections and depending on matters seen within 7th-from-Chandra as well as rulers of 7th-bhava and 7th-navamsha, one may have scheduled a number of socially recognized severances.

  • Christian Science 1821-1910 Mary Baker Eddy was divorced once and widowed twice during her 89-year lifespan.

Azvini natives have a horsey ambience = large teeth, likes to run, independent and psychically attuned.

Azvini usually has a Twin = either a psychic twin or a physical twin. This twin is a person or a being to whom the Azvini native can listen clairaudiently. Azvini inventors, scientists, intuitive are easily able to communicate with their twins on the Other Side.

Rising Nakshatra

Feminine Nativities

Azwini * Dasra

BPL commentary:

For Azvini nativities, the condition of limitless, observing, uncoupling, surrendering, wandering, dispersing Ketu may considerably affect the outcome.

Spirit guides, astral beings, cutters, winds, flags, tails, cloudy figures, agents of impermanence and release, of forgiveness and surrender, freedom from conventions, and inner listening may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance from the civilizations of Mezarthim.

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 91

"... she will possess a modest, clean, wholesome, and admirable character.

She will have an inherent respect and admiration for older people,

  • particularly her parents

but she will be independent of them

  • because of her ability to earn her own living and to make her own career .

She will have a very good figure

  • and even, white teeth.

A capable and self-sufficient person."

Feminine Nativities

  • POTUS-pair-13 Libraries 1798-1853 Abigail Powers Fillmore * rare for her day, Abigail was an independently earning schoolteacher

  • Telepathy 1880-1949 Alice Bailey * independent at first as a trust-fund orphan, then later via her factory job, then via her publications

  • POTUS-pair-40 Just Say No 1921-2016 Nancy Davis Reagan + Ketu

  • Law of One 1943-2015 Confederation Carla Rueckert * independent earning via publications

  • UK Duchess 1982- Kate of Cambridge * independent earning via royal engagements

  • radium discoverer, research scientist Marie Sklodowska Curie = Nobel prize in Chemistry (?)

Feminine nativities:

Azvini swamsha

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Azwini * Dasra

BPL commentary:

For Azvini nativities, the condition of limitless, observing, uncoupling, surrendering, wandering, dispersing Ketu may considerably affect the outcome.

Spirit guides, astral beings, cutters, winds, flags, tails, cloudy figures, agents of impermanence and release, of forgiveness and surrender, freedom from conventions, and inner listening may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance from the civilizations of Mezarthim.

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 84

"... a happy carefree disposition,

  • very intelligent,

  • in fact a rather above average person in this respect.

He will be quite successful and his financial status will be such that

  • he will seldom have to worry about money matters.

In spite of his ability to achieve success,

  • he will be modest concerning himself and his achievements."

Masculine Nativities

  • Annunciation 1452-1519 logic Leonardo daVinci

  • Starry Messenger 1564-1642 Galileo Galilei

  • My Inventions 1856-1943 Nikola Tesla

  • Principia Mathematica 1872-1970 Bertrand Russell

  • theoretical physics professor + experimenter Enrico Fermi

  • Nobel Prize mathematics, paranoid delusions John Forbes Nash

  • Jyotisha software Das Goravani

Masculine Nativities: Azvini swamsha

General Description of Azvini characteristics

from Das/ Behari Description of the Pada = four quarters = four steps = of Azvini

Azvini Pada-1 = Mesha swamsha

BPL commentary

Makara rules the 10th navamsha suggesting careers in governance, over-seer, legislation, policy and law, executive decision-making, bureaucracy, social ordering, hierarchies, stepwise processes, protocols and procedures, imposition of rules and consequences, elder judge, graduations and grading, professions of aging and antiquities, geriatrics, old things

Masculine Nativities

Feminine Nativities

From Das / Behari :

"Gracious personality,

  • enjoys good power and exchange ideas with learned people.

Occupies a high position in a company or government service.

Affected with excess bile complaints.

If this extension also is the Lagna (ascendant)

  • and Jupiter also is positioned here, one lives up to 83 years.

Even though you are a good executive,

  • you are not generally liked by your associates and employees.

Azvini Pada-1= QUOTATION *for the Male only* = Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Asvini, from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 108:


  • has short nails. Eyes are large, may have buck teeth.

  • Fond of jewels, bracelets, rings, and other ornaments of attire.


Azwini Pada-2 * Vrishabha swamsha

BPL commentary

Kumbha rules the 10th navamsha suggesting careers in scientific systems, regulated networks, distribution networks, economics, ecologies, communities, friendship linkage, weaving, knitting, knotting, making of nets, marketplaces, associations, large-scale gatherings, marketplaces, bazar, social participation, gridwork, framework, conceptual exchange grids, social and electro-magnetic connections

Masculine Nativity

  • Jyotisha software Das Goravani

Feminine Nativities

From Das / Behari :

"Not a good position.

  • tall and clever.

You are fond of eating spicy food and drink.

  • You will have trouble through the opposite sex;

Unless remedial measures are observed,

  • you cannot get out of poverty.

  • You are selfish and ambitious ."

Azvini Pada-2 = QUOTATION*for the Male only* = Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Asvini, from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 108:

"Fat, has short nails.

  • Eyes are large

May be a scientist, philosopher, writer,

  • Will be a leader in any walk of life.

  • Walks very fast; has a habit of pacing back and forth;

likes sea voyages

  • and may deal with or work in foreign countries."

Azvini Pada-3 = Mithunaya-swamsha

BPL commentary

Meena rules the 10th navamsha suggesting careers in charity, spiritual guidance, divination, water-gazing, dream-interpretation, clairsentient visions, imagination, sacred symbols, astral bridging, invisible environments, sleep, subtle sounds and vibratory patterns, private prayer, meditation, seclusion, cosmic cycles, reflective thought, philosophical theory, ancestor spirits, telepathy, empathy, cetaceans and cultures of Sirius

Masculine Nativities

Feminine Nativities

From Das / Behari :

"You will be much learned

  • and expert in various sciences and religious scriptures .

You are exceedingly active.

  • You are a good friend to those whom you can impress."

QUOTATION Azvini Pada-3 = *for the Male only* = Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Asvini,by Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 108:

Same as pada-2.

"Fat, has short nails.

  • Eyes are large

May be a scientist, philosopher, writer,

  • Will be a leader in any walk of life.

  • Walks very fast; has a habit of pacing back and forth;

likes sea voyages

  • and may deal with or work in foreign countries."

Azvini Pada-4 * Karkata-swamsha

BPL commentary

Mesha rules the 10th navamsha suggesting careers in championship, first-arrival, innovation, engineering, competition, challenge, conquest, dueling, domination, pioneering actions, use of force, hunting, muscular action, athletics, new birth, insemination, obstetrics, pushing, blood chemistry, inventions, novelty, singularity, winning

Masculine Nativities

Feminine Nativities

  • POTUS-pair-13 Libraries 1798-1853 Abigail Powers Fillmore * an exceptionally well-educated woman for her day. A fervent reader, collections librarian, and schoolteacher. High position in govt.
  • radium discoverer, research scientist Marie Sklodowska Curie = Nobel prize in Chemistry (?)

Commentary from Das / Behari :

"This position is the most outstanding position for Moon, provided Sun is not in conjunction.

You attain a high education and knowledge in various branches of sciences with your own efforts.

Mostly persons born in 12th degree to 13th degree of Asvini are

  • officers or doctors or persons holding very high position in government.

  • Doctors born in this part of Ashwini Nakshatra become successful in the medical field.

The same is the result when the Ascendant falls in 4th part of Azvini

  • even if the Moon is positioned elsewhere.

Your distinguishing feature is that there will be a scar or mark on the head or face."

Azvini Pada-4

QUOTATION from *for the Male only* = Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Asvini, by Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 108:

"Hard, lean body.

  • Fond of pets and animals.

  • May be a preacher or a minister."


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