Hasta Nakshatra Characteristics
GENERAL RESULTS OF BEING BORN IN HASTA NAKSHATRA
Spread from 10: to 23:20' Kanya. Deity Surya, Lord Budha, symbol - closed hand. The 12 names of the sun are: (1) Arun, (2) Aditya, (3) Tapan, (4) Divakar, (5) Bhaskar, (6) Bhanu, (7) Martanda, (8) Mihir, (9) Ravi, (10) Bivakar, (11) Sahasramsu and (12) Surya. All the attributes of these names etymologically connotes are caused by this star. From the Surya we derive creativity and creation, and from creation we derive light, lustre, and strength. Surya is the prime cause of dominion, kingship, power of immunity and the light that dispels darkness. Budha is the cause of knowledge. If placed in this star he sheds light all around.
Character and general events:
The native will have a calm nature. He has a peculiar smile i.e. his cute smile has the magnetic power to attract others. This inherent quality produces a vibration on others and it becomes difficult to leave the native once such acquaintance takes place. He can easily get respect and honor from the public. He is always ready to help the needy with an unselfish motive. He does not like to deceive others even if it costs him his life. In spite of this good quality, the reward he gets in return is nothing but criticism and opposition. He does not believe in posh living.
Unlike other Nakshatra born people, the life of Hasta native is full of frequent ups and downs. At one moment he rises to the top while the other moment he falls to the bottom whether in professional field or in the psychological world. In other words, luck and misfortune comes to him without any intimation. Hence, we cannot categorize him as a permanent popper or a wealthy lad. When he enters a particular field and starts achieving his goals, reversal is already in store for him. While he tries to get out of such reversal situations with his own effort, help comes to him from the unexpected quarters and he achieves medium success in the undertaking. It may appear that there is some hidden curse on the native as otherwise; the sincerity and hard work which he shows in every work should have given him a wonderful boost.
While the native does not want to cause any trouble to others, once he is hurt, he will always be in search of revenge, but at the same time leaves himself in the hands of his deity thinking-let god give him the punishment-and he slowly withdraws from the scene of conflict.