Nakshatras in Astrology

Anuradha Nakshatra in Astrology: Features, Padas, and Remedies

According to astrology, a person born under the sign of Anuradha Nakshatra is open-minded, logical, realistic in their perspective, logic-driven, has intuitive judgement, and has autonomous thoughts. Philosophy, religion, spirituality, astrology, and worldly perspectives all intrigue him. He never stops learning, working tirelessly to understand, discovering the truth, recognising hidden meanings, and looking for fresh knowledge. Anuradha Nakshatra in astrology indicates that the native is likely to encounter numerous challenges in his life. Even so, he possesses a special talent for approaching even the most difficult problem methodically. But if we look at his face, we see a strange, frustrated visage.

The difficulties he frequently faces are the main cause of his depressing appearance. To be more precise, he might not be living in mental tranquilly. One of the Tiryaka Mukhi Nakshatras is Anuradha (or the Nakshatras which have their mouths curved). These Nakshatras are favourable for starting and finishing projects involving chariots, boats, roads, dams, the expansion of metals, etc.

The Bali symbol (Rice Mould)

Anuradha Nakshatra is represented by the rice mould known as “Bali.” The decomposition of rice is a warning to moms to watch their diet. The baby need calcium during this time, and moms begin to lack iron.

The Mithra is a deity

Mithra is the god of the Anuradha Nakshatra. One of the Aadhithya is Mithra. Mithra denotes a companion. His friendship with Varuna, Rhutha’s guardian, is strong. He is the deity who protects truthfulness, friendship, contracts, and gatherings. The light of dawn in the morning is related to Mithra. His palace is golden, and he wears brilliant clothing. He is the world’s protector. He employs intelligent, unreliable spies. Mithra is the upholder of law and a bulwark against deception. He penalises lying. He is a clergyman and a leader. He distributes well-intentioned money and overflows the planet with food grains. Humans are immune to sickness thanks to His favour. He represents the pinnacle of intelligence and reliability.

The native born in Anuradha Nakshatra in Astrology is a broad thinker, rational, has a realistic perception, logic-driven, has intuitive judgment and independent thoughts. He is interested in philosophy, religion, spirituality, astrology and worldly views. He is always learning, persevering in pursuit of acknowledging, getting to the bottom of what is needed to be known, seeing hidden messages, and seeking new information. The native with Anuradha Nakshatra in astrology is liable to face several obstacles in his life. Even then, he has a particular aptitude to handle the most challenging situation systematically. However, if we look at his face, a peculiar frustrated face can be noticed.

The main reason for such a gloomy appearance is the problems he has to confront on several occasions. To be more specific, there may not be the peace of mind in his life. Anuradha is one of the Tiryaka Mukhi Nakshatras (or the Nakshatras which have their mouths curved). In these Nakshatras, things related to roads, dams, the expansion of metals, etc., chariots, boats, etc. can be auspiciously begun and performed.

Symbol: A Bali (Rice Mould)

The symbol for Anuradha Nakshatra is ‘Bali’ or a mould of rice. The decay of rice suggests that mothers shall take care of their diet. During this phase, the baby needs calcium, and mothers start experiencing an iron deficiency.

Deity: The Mithra

The deity for Anuradha Nakshatra is Mithra. Mithra is one of the Aadhithya. Mithra means a friend. He has a close relationship with Varuna, the protector of Rhutha. He is the patron divinity of honesty, friendship, contract, and meetings. Mithra is associated with the light of dawn in the morning. He wears sparkling garments, and his palace is golden. He is the guardian of the world. He has spies that are wise and undeceivable. Mithra is the maintainer of order and barrier against falsehood. He punishes falsehood. He is a leader and a priest. He fills the earth with food grains and gives good-intentioned wealth. His grace keeps humans free from diseases. He is the highest power of intelligence and trustworthiness.

Range213⁰ 20” – 226⁰ 40”
RashiScorpio (Vrischika)
YogatharaDschubba or Delta Scorpio
PositionMiddle of Anuradha
Apparent Magnitude2.3
Latitude-1⁰ 59” 08’
Longitude218⁰ 42” 50’
Right ascension16h 00m 2.2ss
Declination-22⁰ 36” 28’

Astrological characteristics of the Anuradha Nakshatra

  • A female deer is the Anuradha Nakshatra’s yoni animal. A deer is discovered in a peaceful area of the woodland and exhibits youth and the grace of life.
  • Whether you encounter a male or female deer, you have a sense of tranquilly, beauty, and tranquillity.
  • The desire to procreate like the rats of Magha Nakshatra is the source of the fusion fire within Anuradha natives.
  • Deer breed incredibly quickly.
  • Each year, they have one reproduction.
  • Although they are not as rapid as a rat, they also breed quickly.
  • Deer are among the animals that are killed in auto accidents the most.
  • If other yogas are present and the local has finished their counted breaths, it could also indicate that Anuradha natives frequently get into minor vehicle accidents or other mishaps.
  • Natives of Anuradha crave sexual pleasure despite being calm, elegant, and tranquil.
  • However, unlike Phalgunis, their sexual experience is about reproducing rather than merely lust and enjoying parties.
  • A native of Anuradha woman is eager to mate and is internally focused on having a child.
  • The deer can swim well and runs at a speed of about 35 mph.
  • Female Anuradha are outstanding runners and swimmers.
  • The lotus, an archway, and a staff stick are Anuradha’s symbols.
  • The first thing we learn about a lotus is that it is one of the most beautiful flowers and grows in the dirtiest environments yet.
  • Natives of Anuradha overcome life’s challenges to ultimately gain the admiration of others and glow like lotuses.
  • The lotus’ stem reaches deep into the dirt, where it draws all of its nutrients from, demonstrating how well nature’s plumbing system functions.
  • Natives of Anuradha, particularly when the Anuradha dasha (Tribhagi system) or sub dasha is active, either have a keen interest in plumbing or constantly have to deal with plumbing-related problems in their daily lives.
  • Another representation of this Nakshatra is the staff, a magical weapon with the ability to vanquish anything in its path.
  • Mithra, one of the Adityas, is the deity of the Anuradha Nakshatra.
  • Varuna, the God of cosmic laws and the cosmic ocean, and Mitra, the God of friendship, are usually invoked together.
  • Mithra encourages loyalty, friendship, and teamwork.
  • There is a legend that Varuna and Mithra fell in love with Urvashi, a celestial damsel.
  • Urvashi preferred Mitra more in this love triangle.
  • According to legend, Mitra’s sperm accidentally fell into a pot where it finally gave birth to the sage Vashishtha.
  • According to legend, Varuna’s sperm accidentally fell into another pot, from which sage Agastya was conceived.
  • Agastya and Vashishtha were both referred to as Mitra-Varuna. Mitra is also the heavenly companion.
  • Lord Krishna’s best companion since infancy was Radha, who later became his biggest follower.
  • Despite Krishna having left Radha to carry out his responsibilities as an avatar, Radha was so madly in love with him that she eventually attained enlightenment.
  • Then, Radha began to behave erratically as she went insane for losing Krishna.
  • Anuradha’s mythology places a strong emphasis on friendship and good karma with friends.
  • Either an Anuradha native values their friendships more than their family, or they frequently experience betrayal by friends.
  • Nevertheless, friendship is a major motif in their lives, regardless matter how extreme it may be.
  • They could be close friends or lovers with Persians.
  • Like Mithra, natives of Anuradha travel to new places, meet new people, and form new relationships.
  • A native of Anuradha benefits from companionship, whether it is while seated at a table, smoking cigars as an idea bubbles, or as a result of a friend’s suggestion.
  • It is been said that hundreds of Laxmi appeared from Radha’s left side, who represents all the goddesses we venerate.
  • Natives of Anuradha are lucky, although they only come into wealth and luxury in their latter years. Why are you running late? Radha underwent a shift later in life after realising who she truly was and what she could become.
  • In the Srimad Bhagavatam, it is stated that Radha should be prayed to before Krishna.
  • Although Radha was Krishna’s true love and greatest follower, she was never able to meet him in the physical realm.
  • The residents of Anuradha occasionally meet someone special, with whom they fall completely in love and are dedicated, but they never get to spend their entire lives with.
  • The failure to obtain that individual will forever cause an Anuradha native to suffer from bleeding pain in the heart.
  • They may have the most attractive, wealthy, and ideal partner of their lives, but they will always harbour a small longing for the Radha they were never given, and this is powerfully reflected in a male’s chart.
  • Radha too lost her mind. After she lost Krishna, she went insane and was a fanatic.
  • Natives of Anuradha frequently encounter women and get crazy or fascinated with them. When they are married, they can have a wild and protective spouse.
  • Due to their possessiveness, obsessiveness, and jealousy, Anuradha locals will also have individuals or someone to conduct covert operations against them.
  • Additionally, they will excel in financial talks, particularly those involving taxes and the law.
  • Natives of Anuradha frequently have the opportunity to hear people’s secrets and keep them private, just like a psychologist, attorney, or astrologer would.
  • Natives of Anuradha believe that it is crucial to keep other people’s secrets hidden because they are interested in learning the truth.
  • An accountant is obligated to keep your income a secret even though they are privy to it.
  • Because they not only conduct impromptu discussions but also develop a friendship with the hostage taker, hostage negotiators are also represented by this Nakshatra.
  • Residents of Anuradha Nakshatra enjoy playing baseball, cricket, golf, and other sports.
  • Sticks are used in all of these sports.
  • The staff of a rishi, often known as a wizard’s staff, is used to symbolise Anuradha.
  • The Anuradha Nakshatra in Scorpio (Vrischika) Rashi ranges from 3’20” to 16’40”.
  • Anuradha and Scorpio (Vishakha) are complimentary to one another.
  • Friendship, love, affection, and other soft traits of a native’s character are derived from Anuradha. Scorpio (Vrischika) represents the ultimate goal, whereas Anuradha represents the “activity”.
  • The difference between Scorpio and Anuradha is that although the Anuradha native preserves a soft feeling towards them, he keeps his relationship intact and does not forget the benefits, the Scorpio native forgets the benefits gained as well as the individuals who assisted in success.
  • The mind of an Anuradha native is constantly alert and open to all emotions and displays of love and friendship. He is like the sentinel, continually on alert against emotions but lacking the official sentinel’s harshness or toughness.
  • One of the Mridu (sensitive) and Maitra (friendly) Nakshatras is Anuradha. These nakshatras are favourable for learning and singing songs, preparing and wearing clothing, playing games, interacting with friends, and creating and wearing jewellery.

In a Vedic astrology treatise, Anuradha Nakshatra is described.

  • According to Hora Sara, a person born under the natal nakshatra of Anuradha would experience hunger and thirst, be grievous, kind, virtuous, and fortunate. He will travel and reside overseas.
  • Jataka Parijata states that a local will be exceedingly amiable in speech, affluent, easy-going, honourable, famous, and powerful if he is born under the star Anuradha.
  • Sage Narada predicts that a resident of Anuradha will serve the king, be brave, travel to exotic locations, be adored by ladies, be charming, engage in illicit behaviour, and have a tawny complexion.
  • The native born under Anuradha grow extremely wealthy, live in faraway countries, are unable to withstand hunger, and move from place to place, according to Brihat Samhita.

Description of the Anuradha Nakshatra Pada

First Pada of Anuradha Nakshatra:

  • Leo Navamsa rules the first pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra (Governed by Sun).
  • People who are born in the first pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra are blessed with few offspring, peace-loving, food-giving, well-known, and revered by monarchs. They are good conversationalists, obedient, advisors, proud and oblivious to others’ assistance, aging-looking, frugal, dishonest, and devoid of family.
  • First-pada Anuradha Nakshatra natives are bright, dynamically expressive, their creativity fosters friendships, preoccupied with partnership and relationships, and they express their creativity as a result of their relationship experiences.
  • The first pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra is associated with obsessive personalities, the creation of art from both pleasure and suffering, emotionality, mystery, egotism, and pride, as well as the quest for self-understanding.
  • Those born under the first pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra gain confidence via self-awareness, the application of one’s inner depths to one’s work or creative endeavours, and a desire to understand everything.

Second Pada of Anuradha Nakshatra:

  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s second pada is regulated by the Virgo Navamsa (Governed by Mercury).
  • The second pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra is associated with musicians, well-balanced bodies, intelligence, agriculturists, great enjoyers, erudite people, and religious obligations.
  • People born under the second pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra are intelligent, constantly learning, well-organized, have strong communication abilities, and are skilled in math and mathematics.
  • People with second pada Anuradha Nakshatra birthstones are curious about the world, on the lookout for hidden knowledge of it, researchers, cunning, finding secrets and tricks, seeking perfection, and digging deep to find solutions.
  • People born under the second pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra are concerned in providing assistance, writing to those in need, speaking to those who are in need, and may have an interest in engineering, mining, or doctoral studies.

Third Pada of Anuradha Nakshatra

  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s third pada is regulated by the Libra Navamsa (Governed by Venus).
  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s third pada is associated with instability, a pleasant wife and kids, a helping temperament, and kindheartedness. They have a lovely family, are givers, respectful, and calm people.
  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s third pada is associated with stability, a diplomatic attitude to maintaining order in one’s life, and a taming of radical energy.
  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s third pada is associated with people who are nice, kind, pleasant, motivated by money, extremely creative, and drawn to dark themes in art.
  • People with birthdays in the third pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra have broad social circles as they age, are good at getting people to band together for a cause, and have a greater understanding of others.

Fourth Pada of Anuradha Nakshatra:

  • The Scorpio Navamsa rules the fourth pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra (Governed by Mars).
  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s fourth pada is associated with lying, having a close circle of adversaries, and having enemies even among one’s own family.
  • People born under the fourth pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra are intense, passionate, emotional, and extreme. Their relationships are agenda-based, and they invest everything they have—passion, time, money, and friendships—into them.
  • People born in the fourth pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra comprehend others, discover others’ techniques, and use healing via experience with suffering.
  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s fourth pada is associated with high ups and downs, hardships, problems balancing out, and an abundance of undirected energy.
  • The fourth pada of the Anuradha Nakshatra represents those who experience loss to extremes, are capable of wreaking havoc and exacting retribution when harmed, use the resources of others for support, and are tempted to use others for their own ends.

Sun’s Ingress for Anuradha Nakshatra (November 19–December 2)

  • On November 19th, the Sun arrives in Anuradha, where it stays until December 2nd. Your Sun is in Anuradha Nakshatra if you were born at this time.
  • When the Sun is in Anuradha Nakshatra and the Moon is in Magha Nakshatra, Kalabhairav Jayanthi is celebrated.
  • Kalabhairav was born at the stroke of midnight.
  • Anuradha Nakshatra belongs to Saturn, while Magha Nakshatra belongs to Ketu.

Bakul, the Anuradha Tree

  • The Anuradha Nakshatra tree is either Memusops elengi, Maulsari, or Bakul.
  • This tree is also known by the name Vajradhanthi, which translates to “the one that strengthens teeth.”
  • Fruit from this plant can be consumed raw, preserved, or pickled.
  • Seeds are used to make oil. The oil is also used to create paintings and is edible.
  • This tree’s blossoms have a strong scent that lingers long after drying.
  • They are also utilised for decorating and garlands.
  • Dark brown and deep red characterise the heartwood.
  • The timber is hefty, tough, strong, resilient, and long-lasting.

Making use of Bakul

  • Gum bleeding can be effectively treated by eating tender leaves or unripe fruit.
  • An insect bite or small animal bite can be treated using a paste made from unripe fruit’s bark.
  • A floral decoction serves as a general tonic.
  • Headaches can be treated using seed powder.
  • Muscles in the heart can be strengthened by using flower powder.

Information on Anuradha Nakshatra’s astronomy

  • The Yogathara of Anuradha Nakshatra is Dschubba or Delta Scorpio, according to almost all astronomers.
  • It is a piece of Scorpio’s head. A binary star, that is.
  • It was obscured by Saturn’s rings and is located 2 degrees south of the ecliptic. Saturn is the owner of this star.
  • The star started to get brighter in 2000 and grew to be close to a star of first magnitude.
  • It is a blue-white star that is regarded as being extremely hot.

Astrological compatibility with the Anuradha Nakshatra

  • Bride born under Anuradha Nakshatra’s Rashi
  • Leo, Cancer, Pisces, Leo, Taurus, and Aries
  • groom with Anuradha Nakshatra’s Rashi compatibility
  • Age: Aries, Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Pisces

Anuradha Nakshatra remedies

  • The Anuradha Nakshatra cure is to always encourage friendship.
  • Friends will offer you the best advise or that one piece of advice or concept that will elevate you to a higher level, particularly if they have ties to Persia or Greece.
  • The second cure is to place a bronze statue of an antelope or deer in the South or West of the house.
  • In the West, it helps wishes move more quickly, and in the South, it encourages someone to be very aggressive in pursuing their objectives.
VrathamThrichakalpa Sooryanamaskara, Aadhithya Vratha
Vedic SookthamAikatya Sooktham, Aghamarshana Sooktham, Varuna Sooktham

Anuradha Nakshatra’s quality

Anuradha is a Mridu Nakshatra, which indicates it is advantageous for engaging in sexual activity, enjoyment, date nights, obtaining enjoyable items, beginning astrological and occult studies, and offering prayers to Lord Krishna.

Anuradha Nakshatra’s caste

  • Anuradha Nakshatra’s caste is that of the labourer (shudra).
  • The worker enjoys blending into the intricacy of the work environment.
  • They are the ones who want to hear about people’s concerns and provide solutions.
  • They aim to address society’s covert politics and even expose what is occurring behind closed doors that can be detrimental to society.
  • Natives of Anuradha believe that everyone is their friend, hence they feel compelled to put things right for others.

Anuradha Nakshatra’s sound

  • The sound associated with the Nakshatra, Naa- pada 1, Nee- pada 2, Noo- pada 3, and Nay- pada 4, is crucial.
  • Everything we do, say, buy, wear, and drive carries a brand label.
  • With a precise time of birth, one must examine their horoscope to see where the Scorpion sign, or Anuradha Nakshatra, is located.
  • If someone has a Capricorn ascendant, their 11th house is Scorpio; employing names or companies that begin with such sounds is advantageous for their job, status, and government favours.

Anuradha Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology Synopsis

Dasha RulerSaturn
SymbolA Triumphal gateway decorated with leaves
DeityMitra (deity for friendship and partnership, one of the Adityas)
RulershipMen of prowess, heads of corporations, friends of the virtuous, lovers of assemblies, tourists (or lovers of carriages), all honest persons of the world, and all things that grow in autumn
Work profileFarmer
Moon in AnuradhaThe native is wealthy and is willing live in a foreign country, tends to travel or wander around and cannot bear hunger
DirectionLevel / Sideways
NatureMridu (soft)
PurusharthaDharma or religion

Questions and Answers

What Makes Anuradha Nakshatra Special?

Anuradha is a Mridu Nakshatra, which indicates it is advantageous for engaging in sexual activity, enjoyment, date nights, obtaining enjoyable items, beginning astrological and occult studies, and offering prayers to Lord Krishna.

Anuradha Nakshatra belongs to what Rashi?


Who is the Anuradha Nakshatra’s Lord?


Who is Anuradha Nakshatra’s Deity?


What does Anuradha Nakshatra’s symbol represent?

Staff, Lotus flower, and Archway

What is the Anuradha Nakshatra’s Gana?

Deva (Divine) (Divine)

What Qualities Does the Anuradha Nakshatra Possess?

Mridu (Soft) (Soft)

What is the Anuradha Nakshatra’s Caste?

Shudra (Worker) (Worker)

What is the Anuradha Nakshatra Animal?

Women deer

What exactly is the Anuradha Nakshatra Bird?


What exactly is the Anuradha Nakshatra Tree?

Bullet Wood, Nagkesar, and Bakula

What are the Anuradha Nakshatra’s initials?

Nee, Noo, Naa, Nee