and Indra Devata Homam
Significance of Jyestha Nakshatra
Jyeshtha Nakshatra is one of the notable stars in the Vedic astronomy area; the nakshatra is the main or elder star. A circular amulet or an umbrella are the symbols of this nakshatra which embodies the protective nature of the principal for people born under its influence. Lord Indra is the mighty deity linked with Jyeshtha nakshatra. He is the ruler of lightning, thunder, and skies and is represented by a bull.
Lord Indra is also known as the eradicator of demons who also signifies that he wards off the demonic energies from the people born under Jyeshtha nakshatra’s influence. Mercury is the planet that represents the nakshatra, and the supreme Lord Shiva is the primary devata linked with this nakshatra. The main planets these star covers are the Scorpio, and its fundamental padas are Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.