Nakshatras in Astrology

Bharani Nakshatra in Astrology: Features, Padas, and Remedies

Bharani Nakshatra natives are powerful, look for happiness in physical activity, are competitive, athletic, growth-oriented, pushing boundaries, hard-working, resilient, do not give in to passions, indulge in desires, attract the opposite sex, naturally sexual, indulgent, romantic, create life (children), loyal to loved ones, and take care of the family. One of the Adhomukhi Nakshatras in Vedic Astrology is Bharani Nakshatra (or the Nakshatras which have their mouths downwards). Tanks, wells, temples, mining, digging, etc. can all be started or done in fortunate ways during these nakshatras.

The Yoni is a symbol

The Yoni represents the Bharani Nakshatra. Yoni refers to the original. Yoni also means an animal species.

The Yama is a deity

The Yama is the deity of the Bharani Nakshatra, and Yoni is his emblem.

Death is a sign that this cycle is coming to a close, and the Yoni predicts the birth of the next. The mother is the source of the infant, hence this symbol alludes to the mother’s need for the child.

Range13⁰ 20” – 26⁰ 40”
RashiAries (Mesha)
Yogathara41 Arietis
PositionSouth of Bharani
Apparent magnitude3.63
Latitude10⁰ 26” 58’
Longitude24⁰ 20” 48’
Right ascension2h 49m 41.3s
Declination27⁰ 14” 24’

Astrological characteristics of the Bharani Nakshatra

  • The elephant is the Bharani Nakshatra’s animal. The ground trembles when an elephant runs or stampedes because they are large, hefty, and enormous.
  • The memory of an elephant is superb. The people of Bharani Nakshatra will therefore never forget what you did to them, whether it was right or not.
  • If you run into them by coincidence 30 years later, they can either exact revenge on you or give you a big hug.
  • Elephants are a social species with spouses, offspring, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other relatives.
  • Elephants actually know how to dig the dirt to bury their dead family and relatives on rare occasions, so when one dies, they all go to the burial site.
  • It resembles an animal with a human heart in many ways.
  • Each day, they can eat 200–600 pounds of food and drink 50 gallons of water.
  • Not just for their own children but for everyone they know, they are fiercely protective.
  • Elephants are renowned for having stunning tusks.
  • Natives of Bharani are very loyal to their families and young.
  • When someone tries to pursue them for any reason, they lash back.
  • They typically take their time to do their jobs, thus being interrupted will make them irritable.
  • A Bharani native who has been wronged would never forget what you did to them, not even after 30 years. They may occasionally be your closest friend and relative, but they will occasionally give away the fact that they still hold you accountable for what you did to them when they were just 8 years old.
  • Elephants have tusks, which are their teeth; consequently, Bharani natives will have quite long teeth and typically some issues with the teeth. This is karma because for many years, people have been harming elephants in the wild for their tusks.
  • This means that Bharani natives may have experienced a botched dental procedure at some point in their lives, necessitating multiple procedures to fix their teeth.
  • The fire of Yoni is the element of Bharani. This fire represents the birth of destiny.
  • When the fire is hottest, that is when sexual expression is most intense.
  • Early in life, Bharani natives are quite restrained, but when they reach sexual maturity, they blossom much more quickly and catch up to those who have already blossomed before them.
  • The Yoni is more than just a woman’s physical private area; it is the gateway to birth.
  • The boat, which transports the native to the world of their ancestors on the other side, is the other symbolism.
  • An anchor for the other sex is like a sexual act with a native Bharani.
  • They are content and feel a connection to the metaphorical boat. But if Bharani is affected or aspected by a malefic, one frequently experiences problems with the womb before or after giving birth as a result of the devata of Bharani.
  • A Bharani native is shown to be fulfilled through parenthood in the fire of creation. The effect of Yoni’s presence is the womb. This Nakshatra’s deity is the elegant Yama.
  • He is the one who transports you on his black buffalo in his cradle in order to show you the universe as it truly is as opposed to the delusion you were under the impression you were.
  • Knowing these trivial details about Yama, we can understand that the native is drawn to death and curious about what is beyond.
  • Even near-death and out of body experiences happen to them.
  • Skin conditions in the leg and other leg injuries are common among Bharani natives.
  • The native of Bharani always judges others because they are aware that Yama is the one who will judge us after we die. They also enjoy taking on roles as lawyers who fight for injustice or in human resources departments that deal with legal policies, rules, and regulations.
  • These locals are drawn to pathologists, undertakers, and gynaecologists as well.
  • A Bharani native may struggle to get along with his mother since Yama took a position against her, especially if she is a stepmother, and will also rebel against his father for failing to notice what was going on with them.
  • Yama is about upholding the cosmic order and abiding by the law.
  • This can also mean abiding by a code, whether it is an ethical code, a divine code, a cult code, or a political code.
  • You’ll see that these people adore the Samurai code of conduct and enjoy donning historical body armour.
  • The residents of Bharani will be interested in learning mythology alongside, say, Indian culture and history.
  • This curiosity is a result of the fact that in their culture, bodies were mummified because people believed that the natives would come and retrieve their possessions and bodies after death and rebirth.
  • It only pertains to honouring Yama because of how mystically and artistically these societies dealt with death.
  • One of the most significant rituals your body can go through while on this earth is the ritual of dying.
  • Any civilization that honours death also honours Yama.
  • The Bharani locals place a lot of importance on shamanism.
  • They either decide to become one themselves or make friends with contemporary shamans.
  • A shaman is someone who communicates with the afterlife and works in the hereafter.
  • Due to his leg injuries and the fact that Shani, Yama’s brother, becomes incapacitated in Bharani, both are slow to move.
  • Yama is delayed by impediments in his route, and the Bharani people are also delayed in their endeavours and in any activity they undertake.
  • Even when they arrive on time, such individuals always experience queue delays.
  • The sun is the hottest and largest object in the sky, which implies that no one should look directly into his eyes lest they become blind.
  • Bharani people never look their father in the eye directly until some point in early childhood.
  • They constantly either close their eyes or shift their gaze.
  • They frequently have eyes that are extremely gloomy or have a shadow of darkness surrounding them.
  • Bharani eyes are simple to recognise.
  • Yama has tremendous authority because he is the Sun’s son, and this authority permeates human behaviour.
  • Being in charge is very important to Bharani natives.
  • Because they believe their authority is being questioned, they occasionally may even refuse to listen to others.
  • Whatever task they attempt, there is always some tiny or significant complication that arises at the last minute.
  • If they begin filming a movie, they would experience rain on the location set on the appointed day.
  • In the final minute, some paperwork or a witness could disappear if they are attorneys.
  • Yama is about capturing life, removing the soul from the biomechanical human body, and bringing it to the other side to take on its actual form. Children from the Bharani tribe exhibit the same behaviour, using words like “all done,” “I’m finished,” “goodbye,” and “I’m finished with you.”
  • The characteristics of Rahu in astrology, Mangal, and Yama can give us a general understanding of the nature of the Bharani Nakshatra.
  • Rahu causes sadness by allowing for obscene indulgence in material pleasures.
  • Mangal provides fortitude, fortitude, exaltation, and hope.
  • Yama bestows innocence, tidiness, fairness, and integrity.
  • Yamas is the Lord of Dharma, a strict enforcer, a merciless expositor of the truth, and a haven for rulers and law-abiding subjects; he also has the gift of restraint.

The Vedic Astrology Treatise describes the Bharani Nakshatra.

  • According to Hora Sara, a native with a calm disposition will be unsure of his decisions, be attracted to women, beloved by his brothers, brave, supportive of friends, long-lived, and have fewer sons.
  • Jataka Parijata predicts that the native will be wealthy, have a deformed limb, be addicted to another man’s wife, and be rude and ungrateful.
  • Sage Narada predicts that people born under the sign of the Bharani Nakshatra will have good sexual prowess, be truthful and resolute in their endeavours, be prosperous and consume little food.
  • According to Brihat Samhita, the native inspires one to follow through on their intentions, is sincere, healthy, effective, and cheerful.

Symbolism of the Bharani Nakshatra

1st Pada of the Bharani Nakshatra

  • Leo Navamsa is in charge of the first pada of the Bharani Nakshatra (Governed by Sun).
  • When a person is born under the first pada of the Bharani Nakshatra, they have large eyes, a golden complexion, are always armed, and are kingly and courageous. They also have mixed relationships with their family and friends.
  • The first pada of the Bharani Nakshatra represents those who are motivated, action-oriented, willful, fame or notoriety seeking, responsible, and creative.
  • People born under the first pada of the Bharani Nakshatra are motivated to create a better world or environment and to instill confidence in others.
  • The first pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is associated with people who love children, politics, having students, are uninformed, and are rude to other people.

2nd Pada of the Bharani Nakshatra

  • Virgo Navamsa rules the second pada of the Bharani Nakshatra (Governed by Mercury).
  • The people born under the second pada of the Bharani Nakshatra are neutral, magicians, brushed by death, seduce women, lack pride, and are skilled at what they do. They are educated and skilled in trading as well.
  • The second pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is occupied by hard-working, organised, detail-oriented, meticulous, and service-oriented people.
  • People with second-pada Bharani Nakshatra births are helpful in addressing other people’s problems, solving health problems, correcting difficulties, thinking about their acts, dreading the effects of their deeds, and are self-critical, judgmental, and unpicky.
  • Those with anxiety disorders, a tendency to put things off, anxious energy, and a failure to perceive the larger picture are those born in the second Pada of the Bharani Nakshatra.

3rd Pada of the Bharani Nakshatra

  • Navamsa Libra rules the third pada of the Bharani nakshatra (Governed by Venus).
  • People with birthdays in the third pada of the Bharani Nakshatra are courageous, seductive, enthused, adventurous, and always loving. They also organise auspicious festivals in the home, command the king’s reverence, and are knowledgeable in a wide range of subjects.
  • Born under the third pada of the Bharani nakshatra, these people prioritise their relationships and tend to be the dominant partner in them.
  • The third pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is a sign for people who pair up to get things going. They use their sexual energy to sustain or establish relationships, business alliances, romantic relationships, etc.
  • People with birthdays in the third pada of the Bharani Nakshatra are artistic, creative, interested in making things, skilled in design work, knowledgeable about music, and skilled in energy balancing.

4th Pada of the Bharani Nakshatra

  • Navamsa Scorpio rules the fourth pada of the Bharani nakshatra (Governed by Mars).
  • The fourth pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is associated with people who are poor, cruel, affected, angry, intolerant, stubborn, blessed with many children, slip when it comes to the results of any job, and lie to everyone in order to complete their task.
  • The fourth pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is associated with action-takers, natural investigators, deep thinkers, takers of things head-on, detectives, and truth searchers.
  • People born under the fourth pada of the Bharani Nakshatra are brave, helpful, flourish in dangerous situations, and go where no one else would venture. They also have an interest in the paranormal, occult, secret sciences, astrology, tarot, and use these things to guide their activities.
  • The fourth pada of the Bharani Nakshatra is associated with creativity, a penchant for the dark side of life, dark obsessions, dark poetry, art, music, or dark sexual activities, as well as potential stalker tendencies and paranoia.
  • (April 28 – May 9) Sun’s Ingress for Bharani Nakshatra
  • On April 28th, the Sun enters Bharani and stays there till May 9th.
  • During this time, if you were born, your Sun would be in Bharani Nakshatra. No significant festivals are observed during this Nakshatra, which belongs to Lord Yama.
  • Because the Sun is in Magha Nakshatra and Cithara is the deity of Magha during pithru paksha, Bharani Shraddha is done while the Moon is in Bharani Nakshatra.
  • After someone dies, Bharani Shraddha is typically done once.

Jyothishmathi, the Tree of Bharani

  • A tree for the Bharani Nakshatra is Jyothishmathi, Vrisha, Mal-Kangana, or Celastrus paniculatus.
  • It is usually a creeper that lives in jungles.
  • Pea-sized is the size of the fruits. Fruit that is ripe is blue.
  • The seeds can be used to produce oil.
  • The underwater stream is located to the north of the snake hole at a distance of 4.5 feet and a depth of 21 feet if it is discovered next to the Jyothishmathi tree.
  • Water can be discovered at a depth of 30 feet in arid country, which is dry but fertile, and at a depth of 42 feet in dry land, which is drier but drier.

The uses of Jyothishmathi

  • It is a brain tonic that improves memory, intelligence, and creativity.
  • It is beneficial for the liver and works well for fatty liver.
  • It also increases sexual desire and acts as a sedative to promote restful sleep.
  • The pelvic blood flow is induced by leaves.
  • Epilepsy and migraines can be treated using the seeds.

Information on Bharani Nakshatra’s astronomy

  • Yogathara of Bharani is thought to be 35 aritis by some astronomers, and 41 aritis by others.
  • On the basis of both apparent magnitude and ecliptic latitude, Arietis should be taken into account.
  • A binary star makes up this system. Both a proper name and Bayer’s Greek letter are absent from this star.
  • The star is blue and white. It falls under the category of a burning star.

Vedic astrology remedies for Bharani Nakshatra

Astrological Bharani Nakshatra Compatibility

Bride or groom’s Bharani Nakshatra sign’s compatibility

the signs of Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius, and Pisces

Aspects of Bharani Nakshatra Compatibility

  • Nadi: Middle or from Madhya.
  • Manushya, or the human, is Gana (nature).
  • Elephant or gaja is the yoni (animal sign).
  • Loss of clothing occurs when wearing new clothing during the Bharani Nakshatra.
  • First menstruation under the Bharani Nakshatra might lead to flirtation, abortions, and difficulties getting pregnant.
  • Prosperity is the result of practising shraddha during the Bharani Nakshatra.
  • Bharani Nakshatra is a good time for diplomacy, attacking the adversary, making weapons, purchasing a couch or bed, and marketing.
  • Benefits of Bharani Nakshatra samskara or ceremonies: There are no recommended ceremonies for this Nakshathra.

Bharani Nakshatra remedies

  • Honoring one’s ancestors by preparing food for them and making an offering in their honour to a temple, mosque, church, or synagogue is the greatest treatment for this Nakshatra.
  • The alternative treatment involves employing a brass elephant statue at home, with the elephant’s trunk up and its complete set of tusks, to ensure that their teeth are always in excellent condition.
  • Each planet has its own direction, hence the direction of the elephant statue depends on the planet that is currently in this Nakshatra.
  • East Sun, Northwest Moon
  • Venus, Southeast, Jupiter, Northeast, Mars, South, and North
  • Southwest Rahu, West Saturn
  • Northwest Ketu
DonateWhite dress
VrathamYama Dhwithiya or Yama Dheepam
Vedic SookthamVata Yama Sooktham, Yama Sooktham

Bharani Nakshatra’s caste

  • Being an outcast Nakshatra, Bharani will always act and like in ways that go against societal expectations.
  • They will experience joy and exclusion from their friends, families, and society at large.
  • Because they do not accept the current quo, this is why the outcast Nakshatra persons excel spiritually and become legends.
  • These locals act like Yama because Bharani is the Nakshatra of the Ancestors and because of the way the soul is kidnapped by Yama and transported to pitra Loka.
  • Natives of Bharani are not frightened by gore, blood, the dead, or rotting flesh.
  • Such people would typically make excellent pathologists, but on the flip side, they can fall prey to the underworld, the world of crime, murder, and extortion.
  • No one wants to hear about these occupations since they are considered to be misfits.
  • Even though they are the outcasts, people of Bharani perform their duties by according to all the rules and guidelines of the game they are playing.

Bharani Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology Synopsis

Dasha RulerVenus
SymbolA vulva
DeityYama (the God of death)
RulershipThose who feed on blood and flesh, cruel men, are engaged in killing, imprisonment and beating others, low-born persons, and those who are devoid of courage (character or nobility).
Work profileFarmer
Moon in BharaniThe native is firm in his resolutions, truthful, healthy, dexterous, free from grief and is happy.
NatureSharp and soft (mixed)
PurusharthaMoksha or enlightenment

Questions and Answers

What animal represents the Bharani Nakshatra?

Elephant represents the Bharani Nakshatra animal.

What Makes the Bharani Nakshatra Unique?

Bharani is a well-known Ugra nakshatra, which are great for funeral rites, going to battle, wreaking havoc, discovering death, looking for ghosts and spirits, frightening people, tantric fire rituals, crematoriums, funeral homes, or places where the dead lay.

Bharani Nakshatra belongs to which Rashi?

Aries/Mesh is the sign connected to the Bharani Nakshatra.

Who is the Bharani Nakshatra’s Lord?

The Lord of the Bharani Nakshatra is Venus.

Who is Bharani Nakshatra’s Deity?

The Deity of Bharani Nakshatra is Lord Yama (Yamraj), the Lord of death and the underworld.

What does Bharani Nakshatra’s symbol represent?

Female reproductive system: the womb.

What is the Bharani Nakshatra’s Gana?

Manushya (Human) (Human)

What Qualities Does the Bharani Nakshatra Possess?

Ugra (Fierce) (Fierce)

What is the Bharani Nakshatra’s Caste?

Mleccha (Outcaste) (Outcaste)

What exactly is the Bharani Nakshatra Bird?


What exactly is the Bharani Nakshatra Tree?

Gooseberry indian