and Pushya Devata Homam
Significance of Revati Nakshatra
Revati nakshatra is a prominent nakshatra in Vedic astrology’s realm. This nakshatra is denoted by the fish or a fish pair and a drum. The nakshatra symbolises the wealthy star, and it is guided by the mercury planet. Pada 1, 2, 3 and 4 formulate a vital part of this nakshatra. Revati nakshatra implies the powers of a shining light which amasses the calibre to show the right path to others. The deity associated with Revati nakshatra is Pushan, who is one of the twelve Adityas.
Deity pushya is one of the imperial forms of mighty Lord Shiva signifies the nourishing form of almighty. Lord pushya is known to carry souls to heaven after death which enhances the implication of Revati nakshatra to great extents. Revati nakshatra finds an elaborative significance in ancient Vedic history. Epic texts including Mahabharata and Bhagavata Purana finds an integral note about Revati nakshatra.