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Ashlesha - The Star Of Clinging

Ashlesha  "The Star Of Clinging"   16.40 Cancer to 30 .00 Cancer   Symbol : "Coiled Snake”  (Symbol of  Cunning, Insight, Perception) "COILED SNAKE" Short Mythology: Vishnu is lying on a Naga. Vasuki was the naga that was used to churn the cosmic ocean to obtain Amrit. Naga is the children of Sage Kashyapa and the mother Kadru. Garuda wants to break free from slavery from Kadru and asks a way to break from slavery. The Nagas Suggested Garuda get the elixir of immortality Amrit form Indra. They then went to the Indra and convinced him of the Amrit But when They were giving it to the Nagas then Indra comes and takes it away. Some drops of it are fallen on the ground and the Nagas then try to lick it. The sharp blades of Grass in the ground are seen as a reason for the nagas to have forked tongues. A story revolves around Emperor Janamejaya of the Keru Empire who had ascended to the throne of the Hastinapura upon the death of his


Nakshatras  ( Distant star) Nakshatra (Sanskrit: नक्षत्र) is the term for the lunar mansion in Hindu astrology and Indian Astronomy. NAKSHATRA A Nakshatra is one of 28 (sometimes also 27 ) sectors along the ecliptic. Their names are related to a prominent star or asterisms in or near the respective sectors. The term "Nakshatra" , when broken down into its constituent parts:- "Naks" meaning "Sky" and "shetra " meaning "region" translate into " Sky Map ". Another translation is arrived at by a different and  "Naksh" is "Map" and "Tara" is "Star"  is so Nakshatra is   Star Map. Both meanings clearly show that in the eyes of the ancient Vedic seers it is the 27 nakshatras  and not the 12 Rashi is (Star-signs) , which map the sky. Jyotish (Vedic Astrology) without nakshatras is as incomplete as the human body is without eyes. If Jyotish is the " eye of the