“Soka vinasini , rathnalankara,
Uthrashada devi , Sahaya kripe
Oh, a star who destroys sorrow and is decorated by gems,
Oh Uthrashada Devi, Please take mercy and help me
Uttradam/Uttara Ashadha Nakshatra: Range 26°40′ Sagittarius- 10°00’ Capricorn.
Ruling Planet: Sun
Deity: The Ten Vishvadevas, Universal gods.
Uttara Ashadha Nakshatra comes under in the domain of planet Jupiter one part (Sagittarius 26 40’) to three-part Saturn (Capricorn 10 00’) and ruled by planet Sun. Uttara Ashada is the twenty-first Nakshatra called ‘’The Universal Star ’’. It is translated as a “later victory” symbolizing the securing of rest and peace. Uttara Ashadha consists of two stars in the breast of the archer. The symbols are an elephant’s tusk and the planks of a bed. The elephant tusk is associated with Ganesha, the remover of obstacles, and blessing on our activities. Uttara Ashada assigned to the Sun comes under the influence of both Jupiter and Saturn, which makes the asterism intensely concerned with humanity, harmony, and moksha.
The Deities are Universal gods or the Ten Vishvadevas the son of the god Dharma. This nakshatra is ruled by the powerful Sun. Sacrificing one’s personal life on the cross of universal consciousness is always painful. This is where the things we love the most infuse a confident and inspired course to the truth of who we truly are and what we truly want. There are 10 universal principles, such as truth, time, goodness, desire, skill, etc. the struggle between Dharma and Kama (desire) is illustrated in the Bhagavad-Gita. When Arjuna gained knowledge of the self, the imperishable soul, he remembered his duty and was willing to act in accordance with greater truth than just his likes and dislikes. By understanding our duty (dharma), the value of time (kala), and other universal principles that become clear. Yesterday’s devotion to truth is the fuel for today’s illumination. The shakti is “the power for unchallengeable victory”. These natives have the humanitarian vision to see all races as equal. This asterism has a manushya or human temperament with a primary motivation toward moksha or spiritual liberation. The influence of Vishwa Devata can be felt through intellectual development and the urge towards socialization. The entire life of the individual may seem barren and without any core. This experience flows directly from the universalization of individual consciousness.