A Child Born in These Nakshatra has Amazing Potential

A Child Born in These Nakshatra has Amazing Potential



27 Nakshatras have been described in Vedic Astrology and each Nakshatra has its own nature, qualities, and characteristics. Out of these 27 Nakshatras, 6 Nakshatras are Gandmool Nakshatra. That is, it is believed that if a child is born in these six constellations, then after 27 days, when the same Nakshatra comes again, then it has to be done peacefully. If the specification is not made then it is not only fatal for that child but also creates a dangerous situation for their parents. But astrology believes that there are definitely six constellations of Gandmool, but the child born in these has amazing abilities. They are hardworking and after struggles become the owner of incomparable wealth.



Ashwini, Ashlesha, Magha, Jyestha, Moola, and Revati. These six Nakshatras are called Gandmool. If a child is born in these, then his father should not see the face of the child for 27 days. After 27 days, when the same Nakshatra comes again, it has to be pacified. It is believed that doing Shanti Puja removes the fear of evil in the child and family. In Mool Shanti, the child is bathed with water from 27 different places and the leaves of 27 trees along with chanting of mantras. For the peace of the planets, there is a law of Havan, worship, etc.


 

Ashwini Nakshatra

 


If a child is born in the Pada 1 of Ashwini Nakshatra, it is painful for the father, a waste of money in Pada 2, traveling in Pada 3 and a child born in Pada 4 suffers physical pain.


 

Ashlesha Nakshatra

 


There is nothing wrong with the Pada 1 of Ashlesha Nakashatra. In Pada 2, there is a loss of ancestral wealth. In Pada 3, the family suffers. And in Pada 4, it is painful for the father.


 

Magha Nakshatra

 


In Pada 1 of Magha Nakshatra, there is a loss of the maternal side. In Pada 2, the father gets into trouble. In Pada 3, auspicious results are obtained. In Pada 4, one becomes learned and prosperous.


 

Jyeshtha Nakshatra

 


In Pada 1 of Jyeshtha Nakshatra, the elder brother and sister suffer. In Pada 2, younger siblings suffer. In Pada 3, the father suffers. In the Pada 4, they themselves would have suffered.


 

Moola Nakshatra

 


In Pada 1 of Moola Nakshatra, the father suffers, in Pada 2 the mother suffers, in Pada 3, wealth is destroyed, and in Pada 4, auspicious results are obtained.



 

Revati nakshatra

 


There is no harm in Pada 1, Pada 2 only, and the Pada 3 of Revati Nakshatra, Pada 4 is considered inauspicious.


If a child is born in the above six Gandmool Nakshatras, then he is very hardworking. They have an amazing ability to take any task to perfection. He becomes very rich in the strength of his hard work. Struggles do come in life, but he overcomes them with their abilities and gathers all possible resources for their family. 


In many texts of the Ratna Shastras, it has been told to wear Navaratna to remove the pain of planets and constellations. Those born in Gand Mool Nakshatras should also wear Navratna rings. Due to this, the troubles caused by all the planets and naksgtras end.


Conclusion


If you want to know in which constellation you were born, then talk to astrology. Astrology can provide the right guidance according to your horoscope and can give correct information about your Nakshatra

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