Jupiter, the planet of optimism and expansion will transiting Revati Nakshatra – the last and final star of the 27 Nakshatras. Jupiter’s expansive and generous nature is amplified in Revati, which is associated with growth, abundance, and prosperity. Jupiter’s influence in Revati Nakshatra will also instigate love for travel and exploration with a strong desire to experience different cultures and gain knowledge from different sources.
However, this combination can also lead to restlessness and a tendency to overindulge in worldly pleasures. Jupiter’s expansive energy can lead to excesses, and people may struggle to balance their desires with their responsibilities.
Jupiter in Revati nakshatra also signifies the completion of a cycle and the beginning of a new phase in one’s life. It represents a time of transition and transformation, where old patterns and beliefs are shed, and new opportunities for growth and expansion are presented. During this transit we may influence may experience significant changes or milestones in our lives, which would propel us towards our life’s purpose.
Jupiter in Revati Nakshatra for all signs
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Jupiter in Revati Nakshatra – Feb 24th to April 22, 2023
Venus in Revati Nakshatra – March 01st to March 12th, 2023
Mercury in Revati Nakshatra – March 24th to March 31st, 2023
Sun in Revati Nakshatra – March 31st to April 14th, 2023
Jupiter will conjoin Venus, Mercury and Sun during it’s transit in Revati Nakshatra. To understand how this conjunctions will affect you based on your own birth chart, download the align27 app.
Pushan – Deity of Revati Nakshatra
Revati Nakshatra is ruled by Pushan, the deity of nourishment and protection. He is considered as the guardian of cattle and is also known as the god of journeys, fertility, and prosperity. Pushan is often depicted as a youthful, golden-hued deity with a radiant smile, holding a staff in one hand and a lotus flower in the other.
In the Rigveda, Pushan is described as the divine herdsman who watches over and guides the cattle, which were considered a symbol of wealth and prosperity in ancient India. He is also seen as the god who watches over the paths and journeys of the travelers and guides them towards their destinations. Pushan is known as a benevolent deity who bestows blessings and protection to his devotees.
Revati Nakshatra and the debilitation of Mercury
The ruling planet of Revati nakshatra is Mercury, which gets debilitated when placed in this constellation. During Mercury’s transit in Revati nakshatra we will experience Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga where Mercury’s debility is canceled with Jupiter’s placement in the sign of Pisces.
Rituals and Remdies for Jupiter in Revati Nakshatra
- Chanting or listening to the Vishnu Sahasranama everyday or atleast on Thursdays, Wednesdays and the days when the transit moon is in Revati Nakshatra is extremely powerful.
- Visit the Pasupathinath Temple or make a donation to the temple. You can also chant the mantra Om Pasupataye Namah.
- Honor Lord Pushan with the mantra – Om Ghrini Pusha Aditya. You can chant this mantra 108 times in the morning.
- Donate milk to people who cannot afford it. You can also donate milk to temples for Rudrabhishekam.
- Donate to organizations that nurture elephants. You can also keep an elephant (toy or statue) at your desk or workplace. Alternatively, you can also draw and color (yellow) a female elephant.
- Help and support pilgrims or you can donate to someone who cannot afford a pilgrimage and send them on one.
- You can make turmeric Ganesha on Thursdays and pray to HIM.
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