(from 16°40′ to 30°00′ in Cancer)Ashlesha Nakshatra is represented by the circle of stars like Delta, Moo, Ro, Sigma, and Zeta-Hydra. The ruler of the Cancer sign is Ashlesha Nakshatrawith a snake as its symbol. The ruler of this Nakshatra is Dev Nag who is related to knowledge. The snake symbolizes Kundalini Shakti which is the real essence of Ashlesha Nakshatra. Poison, deceit, instincts, insight, sensuality, etc. all the qualities are contained in Ashlesha Nakshatra.
Astrology by planets on Ashlesha Nakshatra:-This nakshatra represents the primal nature and is also related to past birth and genetic inheritance.
Understanding the energy of Ashlesha Nakshatra is challenging as it is mysterious and ambiguous. Nevertheless, people born in this constellation are often clever critics.
They sense danger quickly and are protective of family and friends.
People born in Ashlesha Nakshatra have a love for food and cannot tolerate hunger.
It is an enigmatic constellation full of transformation and healing energy.
Philosopher, Intelligent, Versatile, Clever, Independent, Doing various jobs, Entertaining, Scholar, Possess leadership qualities, If inspired, Rich, Mystical, Has great energy in things that interest them, Seductive in nature, get spiritual benefits.
Weaknesses: Mentally unstable, anxious, hopeless in nature, deceitful, careless attitude, rude, defiant, unpopular, lack of social skills, rule breaker, accumulation mentality, possessive, secretive, talkative, praiseless, chaotic and unproductive, careless, detached, short-tempered, deceiving to meet one’s own needs, spiteful, introspective, reclusive, ungrateful and slow-witted.
Chemist or chemical engineer, work related to poison or dangerous materials, petroleum industry, pharmaceutical industry, drug dealer, the tobacco industry, thieves, embezzlers, prostitute, adult entertainment industry, reptile work, magic with snakes, surgery Therapists, disguised work, the secret service, lawyers, politicians, consultants, psychologists, hypnotic work, yoga instructors and the elusive.
Famous people born in Ashlesha Nakshatra: Mahatma Gandhi, Paul McCartney, Barbra Streisand, Larry Flynt, Oscar Wilde
Activities related to harsh conduct, scheming, gambling, pest control, litigation, sexual activity, Kundalini yoga, and disposal of waste.
Starting new assignments or new projects of positive nature, dealing with business and financial loans.
Thirundhudevanakudi Sri Karakadeswara
This sacred temple belonging to Ashlesha Nakshatra is located at Thirudhudevanakudi near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, India. This temple is often known by the local people as Nandankoil. People born in Ashlesha Nakshatra must visit this holy temple once in their lifetime and offer prayers here.
Goddess Adi Parashakti bestows grace in this temple in the form of Arumarundhunayaki. Ashlesha Nakshatra comes under the Cancer sign which has many medicinal properties and which can provide help at the time of taking medicine.
If Moon transits in Ashlesha Nakshatra during Krishna Paksha then it is a powerful time for people to be free from ill health and diseases. Ashlesha Nakshatra is also auspicious for performing Navagraha Yagya and Dhanvantari Puja.
Ashlesha Nakshatra has the ability to help in recovering from heartache apart from mental and physical pain. Some people do not have to face physical diseases but they have mental illness or confusion.
On Ashlesha Nakshatra day, going to Thirudhudevankudi and offering bhog to Goddess Arumarundhunayaki is a positive time for such people.
It is also considered auspicious to anoint Lord Shri Karkadeshwar (a form of Shiva) with milk during Ashlesha Nakshatra day. This will help in the healing process of serious diseases.
Those who are suffering from diabetes, blood pressure, cancer, heart disease, kidney disease,
or stomach ailments will be benefitted by offering bhog to Lord Shiva.
Generally, people born in Ashlesha Nakshatra have essential medicinal pots to recover from diseases.
They should offer kumkum to Goddess Arumarundhunayaki and Vibhuti to Lord Sri Karakadeshwara at Thirudhudevanakudi temple.
They can also distribute Vibhuti or Kumkum to hospital patients who cannot go to the temple. It is a powerful remedy to recover from illness.
On Ashlesha Nakshatra days that come during Tuesday, Amavasya and Krishna Paksha,
people should go to Thirudhudevankudi temple and do 36 rounds.
This will also help in recovering from health-related problems.
The incense prescribed by the Vedas for the people born in Ashlesha Nakshatra is made from a herb called Kamani.