Oct 16th, 2020 – Friday
Today Star: Hasta (Today upto 02:57 pm)
Thithi: Amavasi (Next Day upto 01:01 am)
From 10 degrees to 23:19 degrees of Virgo lies Hasta Nakshatra, which ruled by the Moon and the presiding deity is the Sun or Savitra. This Nakshatra is symbolized by the hands, which indicates working with hands. The rulership of the Moon makes these people caring about others and working for others well being. Surya is the name used in the Rigveda in reference to the Earth’s Sun when the sun is visible to worshippers; whereas Savitra is used most often in reference to the sun when it is present but invisible to worshippers.
According to Varaha Mihira When Moon is in Hasta, the person will be active, is full of resources, and result-oriented. As the symbol of Hasta Nakshatra is handing, it indicates the ability to grasp and grab whatever area these people are interested on in. They are determined and thus they achieve a lot in their life. Lagna or Moon in Hasta always indicates a clever person, who wants to enrich their own life.
Padha of Hasta Nakshatra
The first pada falls on the Aries Navamsa which is ruled by Mars. These people are very energetic and make they are very good when they get a secret job like a security person. Like Martians, they will be interested in military or surgical related jobs. They may like to advise others on being secure in life and they guide others on the financial aspects of life.
The second pada falls on the Taurus Navamsa which is ruled by Venus. Since this Navamsa comes under Venus, these people will be interested in fine arts and sweet speech. They are lovers of peace.
The third pada falls on the Gemini Navamsa which is ruled by Mercury. Due to the Mercurian influence, these people will be interested in a trade, speech and communication. They may like to argue and make sure that they win those arguments.
The fourth pada falls on the Cancer Navamsa which is ruled by the Moon. These people will be interested to find everything through the eyes of a perfectionist and they like measuring things. But that doesn’t mean that they are not interested in the material pleasures of life.
Manual laborers, artisans; professions requiring hand dexterity; jewelers, mechanics; gymnasts; acrobats; origami experts; fairy tale writers; circus performers; production of daily utility products; printers and publishers; inventors; Stage Magicians; Swindlers; Stock Brokers; Pickpockets; packers; those in the share and stock markets; manicurists; toymakers; casino workers; bookies; Professional Gamblers; Carpenters; Market Sellers; Small Shop Owners, Accountants; Typists; small traders and businessmen; clerks; cleaners; bankers; Masseurs; Physiotherapists; Housekeepers; Servants; toilet and chemical industry; Palmists; Psychics; Tarot Card Readers; Textile industry; Auctioneers; Astrologers; Ceramic & pottery industry; interior decorators; Agriculturalists; Farmers; Gardeners; Food Producers, processors and distributors; Stylists; Hairdressers, barbers; amusement parks; masons; sculptors; salespeople; Satirical Novelists; Professional Comedians; radio and TV commentators; Newsreaders; Speech Therapists; Martial Artists; Thieves and Robbers; forgers, street smart professions.