Revati Nakshatra, “The Wealthy Star, “is the twenty-seventh and the final nakshatra of the list. When the Moon is between 346°40′ to 360°00′ Pisces, this constellation is called Revati. Astronomically, this constellation is of 32 stars of Piscium and the brightest star being Zeta Piscium.
Revati nakshatra is characterized by optimism, focus on ultimate wellbeing, and high reverence. The ruling deity of this nakshatra, Pushan, “The Animal Keeper of the Gods and celestial beings, A Nourishing form of Adithya or Nurturer and Protector of Flocks and Herds,” bestows inclusivity, compassion, and divine light. Mercury is the ruling planet of this nakshatra who imparts knowledge-Buddhi, and wealth.
Revati Nakshatra is symbolized by “A Fish or a Pair of Fishes, A Drum called Tandora or Naggada,” representing alacrity, agile movements, and adaptive learning. Revati nakshatra natives are known for their nurturing abilities, a knack for uplifting and nourishing others. Some of the common shortcomings of this nakshatra are being overly sensitive, indulgent, and quickly disillusioned. All the four padas of this nakshatra fall into Pisces moon sign
Interesting Facts of Revati Nakshatra
16°40' to 30°00' Pisces
Devas (god like)
De/Di, Do, Chaa/Cha, Chee/Chi
Career for Revati Nakshatra
Public servant, humanitarian projects or charity workers, or NGO workers
Psychics, mystics, and hypnotist
Travel agents, flight attendants, maintenance crew, and bloggers
Writers, journalists, actors, or the entertainment industry
Linguists, translator, or interpreter or Radio and Video Jockey
The veterinary doctor or animal communication or animal sciences, zoologists
Running orphanages or foster care
Film actors, Movie directors, writers, comics
Compatibility and Incompatibility of Revati Nakshatra
Revati nakshatra is most compatible with Bharani nakshatra, followed by Shravana, Uttaraashada, Krittika, Rohini, and Pushya nakshatras. Revati is incompatible with Magha, followed by Purva Bhadrapada and Dhanistha nakshatras.