(Last Updated on : 05/10/2019)
After the Bleak and destructive storms of Ardha, there was return of light. Hence, the name given to it is Punarvasu. This is a very pious Nakshatra, which gives intellect and honor to the person born in it. It also gives courage to pursue ones ideals and ambition. This Nakshatra surely lends an inclination towards religion and faith. Punarvasu people are honest and truthful to the core. One of the beauties of this Nakshatra is that even if a person looses everything in life; he/she can rise again like a phoenix, and rebuild his/her life.They have limitless inner resources, and no limitations to what one can achieve. This is a very prosperous Nakshatra, inspite of the fact that the native is not so materialistically inclined. The Punarvasu natives value family a lot, and their families are very fortunate to have them around. The people of Punarvasu are inclined towards religious career. They can also be brilliant Writers, journalists, and actors. They should take care of their diet and general well being.
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