Wealth Nakshatras

Every nakshatra is capable of bestowing wealth through a particular means. It is well known that nakshatras like Rohini, Swati, Dhanishta, Revati and Pushya are fruitful in that regard. It is also seen that Ketu nakshatras can give strong wealth, perhaps because of Ketu’s association with Ganesh, lord of good fortune. Looking at the charts of many billionaires Ketu nakshatras were seen to be fairly prominent. It may also be noted that certain degrees of Aswini, Magha and Mula can be particularly abundant

ie. 1°30 – 2° falls in Kubera’s shashtiamsha
8° – 8°30 falls in Amrita shashtiamsha
10° – 10°30 falls in Heramba/Ganesha’s shashtiamsha

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2 Responses to Wealth Nakshatras

  1. Aishu says:

    Does it mean that these above said nakshatras are good for a person, if he has it as his janma nakshatra? Or they are good while considering muhurtas. How to use these nakshatras, please advice. What do these degrees pertain to? Are they applicable to all nakshatras or just moola, magha and ashwini?

    • in muhurta these nakshatras (except for their gandanta padas) are good for certain types of financial activities. ie. aswini good for starting new enterprises, buying and selling,
      magha good for job promotions, donations, not for lending though , mula good for buying , selling property

      the shashtiamsha degrees mentioned are just applicable to these naks, (for list of shashtiamsha degrees for all odd and even signs read Brihat Parasara Hora Shastra ) planet occupying these degrees may be useful in giving monetary wealth if the planet is associated with a wealth house ie. 2nd, 4th, 11th etc.. and ketu is well situated..
      there can also be different types of wealth, not just financial , so depends what the planets occupying these degrees and ketu are pertaining to in the chart

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