and Brihaspati Devata Homam
Significance of Pushyami Nakshatra
Pushyami is one of the essential nakshatras in Indian astrology; the nakshatra is also known as Tishya, which means to have a look. The nakshatra is also referred to as the star of nourishment which implies that this nakshatra brings nurturing boons into people’s lives. This nakshatra is one of the most pious constellations, and it is said that people born under its influence are of helping and compassionate nature.
Lord Brihaspati is the deity who rules and safeguards Pushyami Nakshatra. Deity Brihaspati is the preacher of astronomy and is also a renowned priest of all the godheads. Leo, Libra, Virgo, and Scorpio are the padas of Pushyami Nakshatra. Cows shudder, or lotus flower embodies this nakshatra; the symbol defines tranquillity and hope, which helps make a being’s sustenance better and more lively. The Lotus symbol signifies the good prospects in the education area. Saturn is the planet that rules the star, and Kshatriya is the varna associated with it.