Revati being the final and the last nakshatra out of the twenty seven nakshatras possess the ability to offer nourishment and light to the life of its natives. The star has its association with fruitful journeys. The meaning of Revati is ‘wealthy’ and it signifies prosperity and wealth. The natives of Revati nakshatra offers a helping hand to everyone and remain optimistic at most of the times.
According to the Vedic Astrology, Mercury is the governing planet of Revati Nakshatra. It appears to be a drum which symbolises deep learning, safe travelling and wealth . Pushan (Protector of herds and flocks) is the Hindu Deity for this Nakshatra. The gender of Revati Nakshatra star is female.
Let’s find out about the personality, characteristics, health, family life, profession and other insightful details about people who have Revati as their Janma Nakshatra.
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Revati Nakshatra Characteristics
Caring, creative, thoughtful, well-groomed, independent, nurturer, independent, possess interest in religion and culture, well-liked, wealthy, supportive, fortunate sociable, art lover, sparkling persona, brave, good counselor.
Isecure, cruel when hurt, doubtful, unkind , volatile, problem seeker, resentful, stubborn, lack self confidence, lack self-esteem, codependent, and overly sensitive.
If you are a male individual who is born in the Revati Nakshatra then you possess sincerity, gentleness and flexibility. You are a soft-spoken and a pure-hearted person both at professional as well as the personal grounds. You possess the potential to analyse situations and are also able to take right decisions at the right time. You avoid hurting others with action and speech both. But when it comes to your space and freedom, you may hurt others in order to live an independent life. You are highly ambitious but failure makes you disheartened and depressive.
If you are a female individual who is born in the Revati Nakshatra then you are likely to be a bit dominating over others both at workplace and in the family. You have high inclination towards the religious practices. You are superstitious, God-fearing and an extremely religious person.
You easily grab the opportunities, no matter whether you possess the potential to work on it or not. Therefore, sometimes the end result is disappointment and failure. You possess high will-power to manage workplace issues and overcome hurdles in order to accomplish the set goals. Till the age of 50 years, you are unlikely to get any reward for your hardships but after that you would be living a peaceful and happy life. If you are a female individual of the Revati Nakshatra then you are most likely to gain higher education in the field of mathematics or arts. Professions like public relation officer or a teacher would benefit you the most. You might even build your career in politics.
Most Suitable Profession: Politician, traveller, actor, government job, artist, teacher, PR officer, flight attendant, travel agent, editor, publisher, and journalist.
The male natives of Revati Nakshatra are not likely to get any sort of gains or benefits from the family members, friends and relatives. But you will have a blissful and happy marital life as your wife will be a calm and polite person having an extreme level of understanding and maturity. If you are a female native of this Nakshatra, then you will enjoy all the benefits of a conjugal life and would have harmonious and smooth relationship with your partner. Your husband is likely to offer you all sort of material benefits. You might have little arguments with your in-laws but they would not linger for long.
You being the male native of the Revati Nakshatra, will face problems related to stomach ulcers, fever, teeth and gums, ear problems and fever. If you are a female native of this Nakshatra then you are likely to have average health conditions with some minor health issues such as infection in ear and feet and stomach related problems.
For a newborn under the Revati Nakshatra, the most suitable name would be the one that begins with the following syllables: De, Do, Cha, Chaa, Chi, Chee
3 and 5
Saturday and Thursday