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It is the eighth nakṣatra or constellation comprising the stars gamma, delta and theta Cancri.
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Bṛhaspati or Guru is its presiding deity. It belongs to the zodiacal sign Karkātaka (Cancer). One who is born under this star will be ‘handsome, devoted to his parents and will specialise in theatrical arts’.
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Most of the samskāras like nāma-karaṇa (naming ceremony), upanayana (investiture with the sacred thread), vivāha (marriage), grhapraveśa (dedicating and entering a new house) are performed during the presence of this nakṣatra in the day.
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* The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore
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== OLD CONTENT ==
 
Pusya (‘the flower’)
 
Pusya (‘the flower’)
 
It is the eighth nakṣatra or constel¬lation comprising the stars gamma, delta and theta Cancri.
 
It is the eighth nakṣatra or constel¬lation comprising the stars gamma, delta and theta Cancri.
 
Bṛhaspati or Guru is its presiding deity. It belongs to the zodiacal sign Karkātaka (Cancer). One who is born under this star will be ‘handsome, devoted to his parents and will specialise in theatrical arts’.
 
Bṛhaspati or Guru is its presiding deity. It belongs to the zodiacal sign Karkātaka (Cancer). One who is born under this star will be ‘handsome, devoted to his parents and will specialise in theatrical arts’.
 
Most of the saiṅskāras like nāma- karaṇa (naming ceremony), upanayana (investiture with the sacred thread), vivāha (marriage), gṛhapraveśa (dedicating and entering a new house) are performed during the presence of this nakṣatra in the day.
 
Most of the saiṅskāras like nāma- karaṇa (naming ceremony), upanayana (investiture with the sacred thread), vivāha (marriage), gṛhapraveśa (dedicating and entering a new house) are performed during the presence of this nakṣatra in the day.

Revision as of 09:20, 12 October 2014

By Swami Harshananda

Sometimes transliterated as: Pusya, PuSya, Pushya


Pusya (‘the flower’)

It is the eighth nakṣatra or constellation comprising the stars gamma, delta and theta Cancri.

Bṛhaspati or Guru is its presiding deity. It belongs to the zodiacal sign Karkātaka (Cancer). One who is born under this star will be ‘handsome, devoted to his parents and will specialise in theatrical arts’.

Most of the samskāras like nāma-karaṇa (naming ceremony), upanayana (investiture with the sacred thread), vivāha (marriage), grhapraveśa (dedicating and entering a new house) are performed during the presence of this nakṣatra in the day.


References

  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore

OLD CONTENT

Pusya (‘the flower’) It is the eighth nakṣatra or constel¬lation comprising the stars gamma, delta and theta Cancri. Bṛhaspati or Guru is its presiding deity. It belongs to the zodiacal sign Karkātaka (Cancer). One who is born under this star will be ‘handsome, devoted to his parents and will specialise in theatrical arts’. Most of the saiṅskāras like nāma- karaṇa (naming ceremony), upanayana (investiture with the sacred thread), vivāha (marriage), gṛhapraveśa (dedicating and entering a new house) are performed during the presence of this nakṣatra in the day.