Visakha Nakshatra : Spread from 20° Tula up to 3°-20´ Vrschika Rasi. The lords are Sukra and Mangal, Deity is Satraagni. Symbol—a leaf-decked triumphal gate. Another name of this star is Radha, a compliment to Anuradha, the birth star of the Sun. From this is derived the fulfilment of action, variety of enterprise, achievement irrespective of the means employed and fearless and unscrupulous pursuit of self-interest. The only objective being to reach the end justifying it by any means fair or foul. Real friendship hardly happens. A man born under this star works at various things but hardly concentrates on any one of them. To spread about and to dissipate is another attribute of this star. The native of this star aims at success and is pleased with it when it happens, nothing else matters. Among other attributes may be mentioned obedience to religious injunctions, quickness on the uptake, and also loss and disaster from enemies, sometimes even death or lunacy.
Bisaakhaa or Raadhaa connotes the idea of Anuradha or act of worshipping. It has in it the idea of a worshipper or actions in which the sole purpose is the accomplishment of the end in view. It leads to a state where achievement of purpose is the sole motive. Not unnaturally, therefore, such efforts may not be free from scruples or good principles. Obviously, it does not make intimate friendship with others, on the contrary it leads one to his self-interest. In mythology, it is said that it is born of Ravi and attaches particular force of Ravi.
Leading straight to striving for a goal, accomplishment of an end in view,
achievement of purpose, means, materials or instruments for accomplishing
an end, an established end or result, demonstrated conclusion or truth, doctrine,
dogma, logically demonstrated, proved, established, proof, argument, demonstration,
accomplishment of one’s wishes.
To hurt, injure, destroy or exterminate for achievement of some purpose. To propitiate, conciliate, gratify, please, to come to a settled opinion, to worship, adore, to be completed or mature, successful, fortunate, happy, final aim or purpose.
Branched, forked, lightening, standing with two legs apart, stretching of two arms, begging.
The arms of Kalapurush.