Ardra fruit according to Medini
The Sun enters the Ardra Nakshatra in the month of June and remains there till the beginning of the rainy season till July. A teardrop represents the symbol of Ardra Nakshatra, capable of representing renewal or rejuvenation. The ruling deity of Ardra Nakshatra is Rudra, who is known as the god of storms, and has a hold on thunderbolts and storms. Rains and storms at this time significantly change the nature of the weather and turn it into something different.
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For Ardra Nakshatra, the ruling planet is 'Rahu', and this is the reason why the natives of this Nakshatra are always on the hunt to gain knowledge and can at times show disastrous changes. Because the planetary deity gives us the ability to understand the nature of the ruling planet of a particular nakshatra, Lord Shiva is the main deity of the Ardra Nakshatra, known to incarnate in various Rudra forms, his most destructive form. Change of season is also influenced by Rudra. The person born in this Nakshatra receives a special blessing from Lord Shiva, through which they are able to fulfill their dreams and reach their goals in life. In its peaceful form, 'Rudra' is one of the natural remedies. The various herbs used for it keep their effect on themselves. This Ardra gives healing power to the natives which they can also pass on to others,
Features of Ardra Nakshatra
According to Vedic astrology, Ardra Nakshatra completely comes under the sign of Gemini. Represented by the symbol of moisture and tears, it is said to have the ability to remove suffering. Efforts to remove old things and move forward in life with new understanding are visible in this nakshatra. Unrest and obstacles arise at this time but the time ahead is very important. The person born under Ardra Nakshatra is a person of good understanding, has a passion for investigating things, and is inclined towards research and study. Rahu gives it the nature of being fast and furious in its activities, and the ability to excel in life by putting in more effort than oneself.