Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra, "The Warrior Star," is the twenty-fifth star of the 27 nakshatras. When the Moon is between 333°20′ to 346°40′ Pisces, the constellation is called UttaraBhadra or Uttara Bhadrapada. Astronomically, this constellation is of two stars - Gamma Pegasi and Alpha Andromedae, from two different constellations called Pegasus and Andromeda.
The ruling deity of this nakshatra is Ahir Bhudhanya, Lord of the deep seas, God of fertility, and Kundalini energy. He is also referred to as Water Serpent or Water dragon who bestows mastery over Kundalini Shakthi and procreative energy.
Uttara Bhadrapada Characteristics
Uttarabhadra is characterized by an innate desire to dissect or examine everything they encounter; they can access emotions and energy that sediments in the depths of a being. Goddess Lakshmi is also associated with this nakshatra.
Saturn, the controlling planet of this nakshatra, adds value to the star's spiritual energy and morality nature.
Uttara Bhadrapada is symbolized by "Back Legs of a funeral Cot or Twins, or Snake in Water," representing the hidden potential of this nakshatra.
Natives of Uttara Bhadrapada are virtuous, pious, and contrary to the previous star, their essential nature is of sheer divine energy. Too much contemplation, lethargy, and love for solitude are the common negative traits of this star. All four padas of this nakshatra fall into Pisces moon sign.
Interesting Facts of Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra
3°20' to 16°40' Pisces
Two back legs of a bed.
Bringing of the rain
Du, Tha, Gya, Da
Career for Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra
They naturally excel in entrepreneurship as executives and managerial positions.
Charity work in voluntary organizations aimed at social causes.
Domains relating to consultancy, justice, and counseling.
Astrology, yoga, and spiritual teachers.
Historians and librarians.
Compatibility and Incompatibility of Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra
Uttara Bhadrapada and Uttara Phalguni are mutually compatible, followed by moderately compatible nakshatras -Jyestha, Krittika, Anuradha, and Pushya. Vishakha and Chitra nakshatras are non-compatible.