The term “Jyeshta” means “older,” “senior,” “first,” or “the chief.” Antares is Jyeshta’s yogatara. The nearest OB association’s brightest, most massive, and most evolved star member is Antares. In the next million years, Antares will likely have a supernova explosion since it is nearing the conclusion of its life.
The name Jyeshtha, which means elder, is fitting even in this context. The oldest of 27 sisters, Jyeshta was. Because their husband, Soma, favoured Rohini, who is younger than her, she felt betrayed and resentful. One of the Tiryaka Mukhi Nakshatras in Vedic astrology is Jyeshta Nakshatra (or the Nakshatras, which have their mouths curved). These Nakshatras are favourable for starting and finishing projects involving roads, dams, the expansion of metals, chariots, boats, etc.
Earring as a Symbol
An earring serves as Jyeshtha’s emblem. This shows that the ability to respond to sounds and the development of ear nerves at this time.
God: The Indra
The god of Jyeshtha Nakshatra is Indhra. The word “Indhra” refers to the person in charge of the senses. Earth and sky are said to be produced by Indhra. He looks after the mountains and the earth. He is constantly terrified that someone will usurp his throne. His weakness is becoming lost in music, dance, and the pleasures of heaven.
|Range||226⁰ 40” – 240⁰|
|Yogathara||Antares or Alpha Scorpii|
|Position||Middle of Jyeshta|
|Lattitude||-4⁰ 34” 09’|
|Longitude||225⁰ 54” 19’|
|Right Ascension||16h 29m 06s|
|Declination||-26⁰ 25” 16’|
Jyeshta Nakshatra characteristics in astrology
- The male deer is the Jyeshta Nakshatra’s yoni animal.
- A deer is discovered in a peaceful area of the forest and exhibits youth and the grace of life.
- Whether you see a male or female deer, you experience a sense of tranquility, beauty, and serenity.
- Deer reproduce incredibly quickly.
- They reproduce once every year.
- They are not as swift as a rat but breed quickly.
- The deer is also one of the most killed animals by an automobile accident.
- This can also show a Jyeshtha native almost always gets into vehicle accidents or some form of fender benders; it cannot be life-threatening unless other yogas are present and the individual has completed their counted breaths.
- Jyeshtha is undoubtedly the most lusty and sexual Nakshatra as the buck (the male deer) is ready to produce at any given moment.
- The antlers on the male deer are also used for defence and combat.
- They assert their authority over the female deer and their entitlement to mating.
- Around 8 to 10 pounds of vegetation can be consumed daily by deer.
- Natives of Jyeshtha can have large appetites and a penchant for non-vegetarian cuisine and exotic foods; some even enjoy eating venison and wild game.
- In order to locate a female deer to mate with, bucks must travel considerable distances.
- Sometimes, in the search of sex, people lose weight and muscle mass.
- Jyeshtha indigenous themselves will go large distances if they know they will have a sexual encounter.
- The symbolism of Jyeshtha is an umbrella, which offers protection and a sign of a regal authority.
- To shield them from the intense sunlight, someone follows the royal family members with an umbrella.
- In most cases, the royal female of the palace had to remain in the shadow during battles on elephants to reveal the monarch behind the army.
- The amulet is another representation of Jyeshtha Nakshatra symbolism.
- Amulets are frequently used for occult and mystical protection of the native in old cultures in India, China, and Latin America.
- Even Indra used an amulet to defeat his foes.
- Natives of Jyeshtha delve deeply into tantra, the occult, and unsolved mysteries.
- Jyeshtha is also associated with yoga, particularly Kriya Yoga, which is the oldest style of yoga for realising God.
- Indra, who has a thousand eyes, is very beneficial in yoga because the 1000-petal lotus resides in the Crown chakra.
- King of the Gods and regarded as their greatest hero is Indra.
- The five-trunk Airavat elephant serves as his mount.
- Vajra, a fierce thunderbolt, is his weapon.
- After losing his realm due to disrespecting Guru Brihaspati and having trouble finding a substitute for the Guru, Indra had to defeat the dragon Vrittasur.
- The bones of the sage Dadhichi were used to create the Vajra.
- Indra enjoys savouring his Soma rasa as well.
- While Gautam the sage was away, Indra wooed Ahilya, his wife.
- According to legend, the sage cursed Indra with 1000 ovaries. Indra eventually transformed the 1000 vaginas into 1000 eyes and earned the moniker “the 1000 eyed one” after performing tremendous penance.
- In the Mahabharata, Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan to calm Indra’s ego.
- Indra was furious with the Gokul villagers because they declined to offer him ceremonial sacrifices.
- He unleashed strong winds and rain in a fit of rage, but Krishna shielded the peasants by raising Mount Govardhan and giving them cover.
- Indra conceded defeat and acknowledged Krishna as the godhead in human form.
- Soma, the source of immortality, is the object of Indra’s obsession.
- He constantly required soma on the battlefield, so he asked Tvastar to produce more and more juice for him, giving him an Arnold-like physique.
- Blood splatters allegedly left by Indra during combat demonstrate the combined powers of Indra and Mars.
- If Vishakha Nakshatra depicts a lustful Indra and his theme of a relationship with the rishi’s wife, Jyeshtha depicts an extremely lustful Indra who would kill the rishi and force his way inside the home before making love to the rishi’s wife.
- Jyeshtha is Indra’s more potent counterpart.
- All is fair in love and war because it is the Nakshatra of battle.
- Indra, who also rules over Vishakha Nakshatra, is the deity of this Nakshatra.
- Indra is the monarch of the gods, the victor, and is portrayed as the one who enjoys all the luxuries, consumes soma, and engages in gambling.
- He is the king, yet he is also the most insecure since he won’t give up his throne.
- He has a tremendous ego, is muscular, strong, and attractive. He also has a lust for ladies and Soma.
- Think of Indra whenever you picture a man who is pious, wealthy, a hero, and loves to party; typically, such person’s horoscope will show Vishakha or Jyeshtha Nakshatra.
- Spread in the Scorpio (Vrischika) Sign from 16’40” to 30’00” degrees.
- The god Indra, who is like to Ravi and the king of the firmament, is the deity Mars (Mangal), the Lord.
- According to mythology, Indra is the great Lord, a fierce warrior, and a hero among heroes. He is the most powerful being on earth.
- His position among courtesans is foremost. When this star is bad, it brings sadness and poverty.
- It resembles Kalapurush’s neck and middle finger anatomically.
In a Vedic astrology treatise, Jyeshta Nakshatra is described.
- Hora Sara predicts that a native of the Jyeshta Nakshatra will be content, moral, have many sons and friends, and be quite enraged. He will be plagued by family members and mostly surrounded by his own.
- According to Jataka Parijata, a person born under the sign of Jyeshta will be arrogant but luxurious, triumph over his adversaries, and exhibit a great deal of irritation.
- The native born under the Jyeshta Nakshatra would spend a lot, experience anguish, be libidinous, curse others, be harsh, a liar, and wealthy, according to Sage Narada.
- According to Brihat Samhita, a native born under the sign of Jyeshta will be extremely irritated, content, and lack many friends. He or she will also be interested in doing good things.
Description of Jyeshta Nakshatra Pada
First Pada of Jyeshta Nakshatra:
- Sagittarius Navamsa rules Jyeshta Nakshatra’s first pada (Governed by Jupiter).
- People born under the first pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra will be upbeat, amusing, open-minded, concerned for their families, desiring to learn more, driven by money, generous with their money, and susceptible to changes in their financial situation.
- Natives of Jyeshta Nakshatra who were born in the first pada are morally responsible, fighting for moral righteousness, using the law to aid and protect the vulnerable, assisting in the healing of society through the use of the law, attached to belief systems, and fixated on religious belief systems. They can be combatants in the armed forces, soldiers, religious warriors, social justice advocates, writers, and political activists.
- Jyeshta Nakshatra’s first pada is associated with wit, charm, sex, and attraction to women. They are well liked by everyone, enthusiastic about talking about the Bible, and content.
Second Pada of Jyeshta Nakshatra:
- Capricorn Navamsa rules the second pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra (Governed by Saturn).
- People born under the second pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra have a determined attitude, are focused on their obligations, can be pessimistic, strict, or practical, and may engage in conflict with others or go to great lengths to achieve their goals of status, recognition, and patience.
- Jyeshta Nakshatra’s second pada is associated with people who are ill, indolent, working at illegal jobs, cruel, erratic, and despised by others. They also cause problems in other people’s projects.
Third Pada of Jyeshta Nakshatra:
- The Aquarius Navamsa rules the third pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra (Governed by Saturn).
- Jyeshta Nakshatra’s third pada is inhabited by compassionate people who value giving back to society, struggle for change, assist those who are unable to help themselves, and advocate social reform.
- Third-pada babies are drawn to new age sciences, astrology, the occult, mysticism, sharing personal philosophies, and the value of family.
Fourth Pada of Jyeshta Nakshatra:
- The Pisces Navamsa rules the fourth pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra (Governed by Jupiter).
- The fourth pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra is characterised by emotionality, intensity, theatrical appearance, getting carried away, extreme fighting for the good of all, popularising spirituality, and self-sacrifice for spiritual reasons.
- The fourth pada of the Jyeshta Nakshatra is associated with ear disorders, knowledge of the scriptures, reverence for God and the pious, wisdom, wealth, kindness, and altruism.
Sun’s Ingress for Jyeshta Nakshatra (December 3–December 15)
- On December 3, the Sun enters Jyeshta, where it remains until December 15. Your Sun is in Jyeshta Nakshathra if you were born within this time frame.
- During this time, Marthand Navarathra is performed. Sun is referred to as Marthand.
- This Navarathra is celebrated during the Indhra era known as Aadhithya. When the Moon is in the sign of Shravana Nakshathra, Marthand Navarathra begins. Vishnu, an Aadhithya, is the deity of Shravana Nakshathra.
- Indhra, an Aadhithya, is the god of Jyeshta.
Veshtaka, the Jyeshta Tree
- Veshtaka is the Jyeshta Nakshatra tree.
- It is also known as Shalmali and is a red silk cotton tree, also known as a Bombax ceiba.
- Seminal diseases can be treated using tender roots.
- Leaf purification of the blood is efficient.
- The bark powder works well to enhance breast milk.
- The gum has antibacterial and hemostatic properties (arrests flow of blood).
- As an astringent, flower petals are applied to the face. They work well in piles as well.
- To treat acne and pimples, thorn powder is used.
- Veshtaka fruit powder is applied on kidney and bladder ulcers.
Information about Jyeshta Nakshatra’s astronomy
- Astronomers almost universally concur that Antares or Alpha Scorpii is Yogatara of Jyeshta.
- Interestingly, Antares is relatively close to Jyeshta even though it is outside of its range.
- It is a 2-star system that sits at the centre of the Scorpion. It is roughly ten thousand times as luminous as the Sun. It has a rosy hue. Its life is about to come to an end.
- It has a variable brightness and an apparent magnitude that ranges from 0.88 to 1.16.
- It is a red star and one of the most attractive ones. It is regarded as being warmer than usual.
Astrological Jyeshta Nakshatra Compatibility
Sign compatibility of Jyeshta Nakshatra
Sign compatibility of Jyeshta Nakshatra
Aries, Taurus, Sagittarius, Capricorn
Compatibility Factors of Jyeshta Nakshatra
- Nadi: Aadhya or first.
- Gana (Nature): Rakshasa or daemon.
- Yoni (Animal Symbol): Mriga or deer.
- Result of wearing new clothes on Jyeshta Nakshatra: Loss of clothes.
- Result of first menses on Jyeshta Nakshatra: Enjoys flirting, may not get along with her children, may get sick after menses
- Result of performing Shraddha on Jyeshta Nakshatra: Influences others
- Beneficial Activities on Jyeshta Nakshatra: Attack on enemies, learning to ride animals and vehicles, buy weapons, begin learning dance, Vaman, Virechan, and Shiramokshan
- Beneficial Savskara or Ceremonies on Jyeshta Nakshatra: Haircut, shave, and the first shave of a baby.
Remedies of Jyeshtha Nakshatra
- An important remedy is to never have a broken umbrella. Such natives should always have a black umbrella in their home in the East direction.
- Having a brass statue of elephant and deer in the home is another activation of victory for such people.
- You will always find either a painting or statue of elephant in the homes of Jyeshtha, Uttara Ashada Nakshatra, Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra and Revati Nakshatra natives.
|Vedic Sooktham||Indhra Sooktham|
Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s quality
- As a Tikshna Nakshatra, Jyeshtha should be used for any operations involving conquest, subversion, and destruction.
- These kinds of actions are taken while initiating a war with another nation or engaging in sports conflict, however on this particular day, the challenger emerges victorious.
- Tantric rites are started during this Nakshatra along with Moola Nakshatra.
Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s caste
- This Nakshatra belongs to the caste of the servant, yet these are not your typical slaves who you call for assistance from.
- These are the servants who only perform services for the most powerful kings.
- They work for the government as lawyers, placement agents, and soldiers. They participate in boxing and fighting matches as agents for well-known companies.
- Large firms staked a lot of money on these individuals, hoping that their success would boost their brand.
- In his presentations and films, Michael Jordan, a Jyeshtha Nakshatra, usually came across as the big brother.
- He was the most difficult person to work with both on and off the court.
- Every game became his land battle in his eyes.
- Only by the sheer power of product endorsements and his own shoe line, Air Jordans, the “Jyeshtha” of the sneaker world, did he become the first millionaire basketball player.
- Michael Jordan consistently wore earring loops, another unconscious attempt to suggest that he was the Indra.
Jyeshtha Nakshatra sound
- Sound plays a huge part in nakshatra, namely No- pada 1, Yaa pada 2, Yee pada 3, and Yoo pada 4.
- The word “brand” is attached to everything we say, do, buy, wear, and drive.
- One needs to check their birth chart with their precise time of birth to see where the Scorpion sign, or Jyeshtha Nakshatra, is located.
- If a person has a Capricorn ascendant, Scorpio would be in their 11th house.
- Employing such names or brands would be advantageous for one’s profession, position, notoriety, and government favours; however, Jyeshtha nakshatra should be handled with caution.
- It is a Tikshna Nakshatra that has the power to start battles and wars.
Jyeshta Nakshatra in Vedic Astrology Synopsis
|Deity||Indra (the king of the Gods)|
|Rulership||Great battle heroes, those who are noted for pedigree, wealth, and fame, thieves, kings who are intent on conquests and commandants.|
|Moon in Jyestha||The native has few friends, is content, lives a virtuous life, but easily gets angry.|
Questions and Answers
What Makes Jyeshtha Nakshatra Unique?
As a Tikshna Nakshatra, Jyeshtha should be used for any operations involving conquest, subversion, and destruction. These kinds of actions are taken while initiating a war with another nation or engaging in sports conflict, however on this particular day, the challenger emerges victorious.
Jyeshtha Nakshatra belongs to which Rashi?
Who is Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s Lord?
Who is Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s Deity?
What does Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s Symbol represent?
A round amulet, an umbrella, and earrings
What is the Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s Gana?
Rakshasa (Demon) (Demon)
What Qualities Does Jyeshtha Nakshatra Possess?
Tikshna (Sharp or Dreadful) (Sharp or Dreadful)
What Caste Does Jyeshtha Nakshatra Belong To?
What is the Jyeshtha Nakshatra Animal?
What exactly is the Jyeshtha Nakshatra Bird?
What is Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s Tree?
What are the Jyeshtha Nakshatra’s initials?
Yaa, Yee, Yoo, no