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Shravana Nakshatra

Dasha ruler: Moon
Symbol : three footsteps
Deity : Govinda (the preserver of the universe)
Rulership : jugglers, the ever-active, the efficient, the energetic, the righteous, devotees of Lord Vishnu and the truthful.
Moon in Shravana : the person is prosperous and fortunate, versed in the Vedas, has a liberal minded wife, is wealthy and well known.

Attributes : Spread after 10’00” degree up to 23’20” in Makar. The Lord is Shani It is the birth star of Saraswati. From this is derived light-rays, lion, beasts, horse etc. . “hari” means “to take away”. From Shravana is derived the art of hearing and education and audible education.

As the birth star of Saraswati it signifies and bestows scholarship, educational proficiency, respect for the shastras, knowledge etc. The eminent men in the field of education and knowledge, the man who is listened to by others with respect is influenced by this star. It also causes the disease of the urinatory channel.

Brihat    Samhita: When Saturn transits Sravana, destroys king’s officers, eminent Brahmins, physicians, priests and the people of Kalinga.

Pada descriptions:
Those born in the first pada are quarrelsome, suffer from phantom tumour (gulmaroga), endowed with few children, possess blood-shot eyes, suffer from fit of anger, interested in women, commence many jobs at a time, suffer from hunger, conquorers of anger and bad intentional.
Those born in the second pada are enjoyers of life, sexy, served by many servants, long lived and good technicians. They are intelligent, soft spoken, endowed with good qualities, beget sons, happy, handsome, and poets.
Those born in the third pada are quarrelsome, great givers, good at drawing pictures, mostly intelligent, accompanied by relatives, long lived and endowed with many children. They help others and are religious.
Those born in the fourth pada are religious and experts in transacting animals, pure, brave,endowed with qualities, enjoyers, respected by kings and possess control over their senses. They are respected by their relatives.

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