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Mrigasira (religion, spiritualism, and occult)
Mrigasira (or the Deer Head) is one of the Nakshatras (lunar mansions) of Vedic astrology. Represented by a deer’s head, this Nakshatra is found from Taurus 23°20’ to Gemini 6°40’. Soma, the divine nectar, presides, and the planet Mars rules over this sign associated with the fleetness of a deer. People may be more curious and creative, yet flirtatious and suspicious during this period.
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The family administers the medicine on the first day of 'mrigasira
karte', which heralds the onset of monsoon.
Hyderabad's Bathini family, which has been giving away the medicine for the last 165 years, distribute the medicine to patients during the auspicious Mrigasira
solar phase, an astrological phenomenon which occurs once a year for two days.
The cure will only work in the first week of June before the monsoon and when the star Mrigasira
Karthe is in the right position in the sky.
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