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Significance of Rohini Nakshatra
Rohini Nakshatra is a pivotal nakshatra in the Vedic astronomy region. The star is an integral part of the Taurus constellation, and four padas define this nakshatra. This nakshatra represents Rohana shakti which symbolises the energy to create and evolve things. The symbol of Rohini Nakshatra is a cart or chariot and a banyan tree. The chariot and banyan tree signify abundance and prosperity. The deity ruling the Rohini Nakshatra is Brahma, the creator of the universe. The planet ruling Rohini Nakshatra is the moon; the eternal light brings happiness to the lives of people falling under this nakshatra’s effect. Gana of the nakshatra is manushya, and the element is Prithvi or earth.
The story behind the evolution of the Rohini star is that Rohini, who was the daughter of king Darsha, was married to the moon with his twenty-six sisters. Rohini and her sisters then came to be known as twenty-seven important constellations in the realm of Vedic astronomy.