Dasha ruler: Mercury
Symbol : a drum used to mark time
Deity : Pushan (a Deity responsible for nurturing and safe travel)
Rulership : aquatic products, fruits and flowers, salt, gems, conch shell, pearls, lotuses, perfumes, flowers, traders and sailors (or helmsmen).
Moon in Revati : the person has well developed limbs, looks lovely and graceful, is a hero, pure and wealthy.
Attributes : Spread from 16’40” up to 30’00” degree in Meena Rashi. Lord is Guru. Pushan is the keeper of Cows of the Gods; this causes Cow keeping and animal husbandry, protection and nourishing of dependants, foster-father etc. Pusha means the cherishing of protected people, nourishment, excellence, increase etc., material enjoyment, wealth, prosperity, superfluity, being fat – these are the Attributes of Revati. Another attribute is that the native of this star advances by leaps and bounds. This is the birth star of Shani.
Anthropomorphically this is the cavity of the abdomen, groins of Kalapurusha.
Brihat Samhita: When Saturn transits Revati king’s proteges, inhabitants of the KrauncaDvipa, autumnal crops, the Sabaras and Yavanas come to have difficult times.
Those born in the first pada are learned in scriptures, wise, loved by relatives, reserved and loved by womenfolk. They are endowed with circle of friends, cows and are handsome. They are givers, brave and soft spoken.
Those born in the second pada are angry, handsome, duffers, interested in doing dirty jobs, capable of developing differences amongst friends, recollect the help rendered by others, deceivers and quarrelsome. They do not pride always, speak untruth, bad, drunkards and without relatives.
Those born in the third pada are gamblers, chatter-boxes, candid with all, truthful, givers, stingy, unloved by many, brave and suffer from varied difficulties. They are famous but develop friction with their relatives.
Those born in the fourth pada are learned, brave, philosophers, experts in worshipping gods. They perform Yagnyas (sacrifices), wise, respected and possess control over their senses.