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Nakshatras- Revati

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Revati is governed by Pushan, the nourishing form of the Sun God. Revati creates abundance through providing proper nourishment. This nakshatra indicates a journey, and may in fact represent our final journey from this life to the next, being the last and final nakshatra. This is the last nakshatra of the zodiac, spanning from 16°-40' minutes to 30°-00' in Meena. A person born in this Nakshatra has amicable nature, controls his senses, acquires wealth by just means and possesses sharp intelligence.

A person born in the Revati nakshatra is short tempered and it is very difficult to make them accept the view, which does not suit their principles in life. Revati born persons are the most God fearing and religiously much inclined.

These people have to depend on their own efforts to make progress in life. Revati born will have a tendency to overburden themself with others' problems and this could cause their health to suffer. Marital life will be very harmonious and their spouses are very compatible.

Females born in this nakshatra are stubborn and authoritative. They are also good at jobs that require repetitive skills.They may be an Ambassador or a person representing their country for cultural or political matters.

Males born in this nakshatra are likely to suffer mainly from abdominal disorders. They will be interested in the scientific solutions, historical research and ancient cultures. Those born under this nakshatra could suffer from complaints like ulcers, intestinal disorders, orthopaedic and dental problems.

They are artistic, have divine qualities, are noble, successful and well-respected in society.

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Nakshatra: Revati


Temple      : Mother                         Karunakaravalli and                         Sri Kailasanathar Temple


Location    : Kaarukudi some 2 km north of Tattayangarpettai and 1.5 km west of Mettupalayam in Musuri Taluk, Trichy District in Tamil Nadu