Revati Nakshatra

Acharya Ashish Jaiprakash
Revati Nakshatra

 Revati Nakshatra Mythology & Secrets in Vedic Astrology                              

                                रेवती नक्षत्रं देवी पुष्ट्या सौम्यायुता।
                                पूषणात्मजा सौभाग्यं प्रददाति शुभावहा॥

                   Revati Nakshatra, adorned with the abundance of nourishment,
                  The daughter of Pushan,brings good fortune and auspiciousness.

RANGE: 16° 40’ - 30° 00’ Pisces








The meaning of Revati Nakshatra is one who is rich and fortunate. As the root word suggests this nakshatra brings fortune, abundance, and wealth to an individual’s life. Goddess Revati was the daughter kakudmi. She rules the kingdom beneath the ocean. She belongs to the suryavansha or the solar dynasty. Revati is also the wife of Lord Balarama. The nakshatra of Revati is ruled by the deity Pushan. He is the protector of the cattle and is the lord of safe journeys. He brings wealth, abundance, and protection to a native’s life. It is said Pushan has a broken tooth. The teeth were broken by Rudra or Shiva out of anger on his father in law who did not invite him and Parvati to the yagna. This nakshatra is symbolized by a pair of fish. This symbolizes the merging of the individual soul with the universal soul. This is the ultimate spiritual nakshatra. Fish also represents growth. An alternate symbol for this nakshatra is the drum which ensures time and periodic activities.  Revati is ruled by the deity Pushan the lord of protection and safe travels. These natives are empathetic towards others and can often offer their protection and help to others. They can actively participate in foster and adoption.

Pushan is the lord associated with safe travels and roads. For this reason, Revati natives have this affinity towards travel. Pushan is also the ferryman to the boat of the afterlife. HE is the one who ensures the safe journey of the soul in the afterlife. Natives under this nakshatra can actively participate in the travel industry. These natives generally settle abroad and cannot stick to a particular job. This is one of the most benefic Nakshatras of practice physic abilities. Revati natives can have problems with their health as a child. They are the most spiritually inclined individuals in the entire zodiac. These natives love to help others without expecting things in return. They provide shelter and protection to the needy. Individuals have trouble sleeping and concentrating their minds are always wandering from one place to the other. They have a natural inclination towards music.

The four Quarters or Padas of Revati Nakshatra

Revati Nakshatra 1st Pada (16°40' to 20°00' Pisces, ruled by Mercury):

The first pada of Revati is influenced by Mercury, adding intelligence, communication skills, and versatility to this Nakshatra. Individuals born in this pada are intellectually sharp, curious, and possess a natural ability to express themselves effectively. They have a wide range of interests and may excel in fields that require good communication or analytical abilities. They are adaptable and can easily adjust to different situations.

Revati Nakshatra 2nd Pada (20°00' to 23°20' Pisces, ruled by Venus):

The second pada of Revati is governed by Venus, bringing a love for beauty, artistic talent, and harmonious qualities to this Nakshatra. People born in this pada have a refined aesthetic sense and appreciate art, music, and culture. They possess creative abilities and may excel in artistic pursuits. They have a diplomatic nature and can establish harmonious connections with others. They value balance and harmony in their personal and professional lives.

Revati Nakshatra 3rd Pada (23°20' to 26°40' Pisces, ruled by Saturn):

The third pada of Revati is influenced by Saturn, adding discipline, determination, and a practical approach to this Nakshatra. Individuals born in this pada are hardworking, responsible, and have a strong sense of duty. They are focused on achieving their goals and may exhibit a disciplined lifestyle. They possess good organizational skills and can navigate through challenges with resilience. They may have a serious demeanor but also possess deep inner strength.

Revati Nakshatra 4th Pada (26°40' to 30°00' Pisces, ruled by Jupiter):

The fourth pada of Revati is ruled by Jupiter, bringing wisdom, expansion, and a spiritual inclination to this Nakshatra. People born in this pada are philosophical, idealistic, and have a deep interest in spiritual matters. They possess a natural inclination to seek higher knowledge and may engage in religious or philosophical pursuits. They have a compassionate nature and are often involved in humanitarian activities. They have a broad perspective on life and may be inclined towards teaching or guiding others

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