Abhijeet Nakshatra - The Most Prosperous !!


ABHIJEET   "The Fallen Pollen Star"

·  Symbol: "VICTORY"


·  Deity :
  • Lord Brahma
·  Meaning :

Abhijit means “Victorious” or “the one who cannot be defeated”

·  Stars: 

Abhijit is the Sanskrit name for Vega, the brightest star in the northern constellation of Lyra.

· Aim: Kama/Desires.

· Span: Abhijit is a span of 4 deg 13 mins 20 seconds in the sign Capricorn starting from
6deg 40mins to 10 deg 53 mins 20 seconds.

· Indication :

This is not a regular star like the other 27 stars of horoscope. You can call it as an invisible star.

Abhijit Nakshatra begins from the last quarter of Uttarashada and ends at the first 1/15th segment of Shravana. Abhijit is the Sanskrit name for Vega, the brightest star in the northern constellation of Lyra.


Abhijit means “Victorious” or “the one who cannot be defeated”. In Bhagavad Geeta, Krishna said that He was Shiva among Rudras; He was Arjuna among Pandava and He was Abhijit among Nakshatra Classical Vedic texts mention Abhijit as one of the most auspicious time for doing any auspicious activity excepting travelling to the southern direction. Its deity is Lord Brahma. Some Vedic texts also mention that 28 minutes before and 28 minutes after 12:00 clock (a.m. and p.m. both) is called Abhijit Muhurtah too.

Abhijit is used is for Muhurta. Abhijit (Lorded by Maha Vishnu) indicates the direction in which the Sun (i.e. solar system) is processing in the universe and in Krishna marga Abhijit Nakshatra faces west. Hence, it represents the eye(Chakshyur) of the zodiac.

In muhurta, Abhijit is considered to be a very auspicious nakshatra with the capability of canceling most malefic influences present at the time.

Krishna is was born in Abhijit. Because there is confusion regarding the birth of Lord Ram, some opinions say that he too was born in Abhijit nakshatra. Others interpret it to be Abhijit muhurta.


Yajur Veda and Atharvana Veda both mention Abhijit as a Nakshatra after Uttara Ashadha and before Shravana.

  • MYTHOLOGY
The story from Mahabaratha. Pandu is the king of Hastinapur. Kunthi & Madhuri are wifes of the King Pandu. Madhuri blessed with the help of Ashwini Kumaras blessed with Nakula & Sahadev. Among them, Nakula is a great horse rider another Sahadeva is a great astrologer.

The opponents of Pandavas king Duryodhana approached Sahadeva for taking good muhurta to win the Kurukshetra war. Even he is the enemy being a good astrologer given the great Abhijith muhurta to win the war.

Lord Krishna understands this situation. Created magic clouds to manipulate the muhurta time to confuse the king Duryodhana. Simply Duryodhana trapped into it.

  • KEY POINTS:
  • Mostly Used For Auspicious Muhurtha.
  • Sucess is Confirmed Undecfected Star.
  • Good for Learning, Teaching, War, Politics.
  • Blessing Of Ganesh and Vishwa devta.

The nakshatras by virtue of their definition and their utility are 27 only. Abhijit is considered only in cases of muhurta and mundane astrology. Of course, people use it in astrology at times to predict that someone was born in a very auspicious time and thus make them feel happy, but Abhijit is not a part of natal astrology.


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