Ashwini Nakshatra
Dwija Ganapati is the 6th of the 32 forms of Lord Ganesha and is associated with Ashwini Nakshatra. In this form, the Lord is regarded as “Twice Born”. Just like how brahmins who undergo the ceremony of Upanayana – a function where they are initiated into The Gayatri Mantra are believed to be born again. Worshipping or meditating on this form of Lord Ganesha helps you reduce your debts and attain fame and material gains in this world.
Ashwini Nakshatra is where the sun is exalted. The sacred animal of Ashwini Nakshatra is the horse. It is connected to the seven horses of lord surya(sun). Horse represents the quality of the mind that keeps on desiring one thing after another. The ability of the sun to gain control over the unending desires is what ashwini nakshatra is all about. The seven horses also represent the seven chakras – and people with prominent planets in ashwini nakshatra have the ability to experience the blossoming of the kundalini energy if they keep their arrogance, ego and desires in check!