Names of the Houses
Ashwini – a male horse, symbolized by a horse’s head, denotes competence (positive) or rashness (negative).
Bharani – is symbolized by the female reproductive system. It can denote cleverness and skill (positive) or stubbornness and apathy (negative).
Krittika – is often depicted as an axe, a razor, a flame, or a sharpened edge. It can denote tenacity or fame (positive) or impatience or aggression (negative).
Rohini – is symbolized by a chariot or an ox cart, or a combination of both. It can denote truthfulness (positive) or deception (negative).
Mrigcira – symbolized by an antelope’s head, can denote intelligence (positive) or helplessness (negative).
Ardra – symbolized by a human head, can denote curiosity (positive) or sadism (negative).
Punarvasu – symbolized by a bow and arrow, can denote a caring nature (positive) or easily bored (negative).
Pushya – is symbolized by a cow’s udder, a flower, a circle, or an arrow. It can denote creativity (positive) or selfishness (negative).
Ashlesha – is symbolized by a snake, a circle, or a wheel. It can denote cleverness (positive) or depression (negative).
Magha – symbolized by a royal throne, can denote emotional balance (positive) or jealousy (negative).
Poorva Phalguni – symbolized by a hammock or a bed, can denote generosity (positive) or promiscuity (negative).
Uttara Phalguni – symbolized by a bed or 2 legs of a cot, can denote ambition (positive) or egotism (negative).
Hasta – symbolized by a hand, can denote attractiveness (positive) or substance abuse (negative).
Chitra – symbolized by jewelry or a pearl, can denote artistic leanings (positive) or self-centeredness (negative).
Swati – symbolized by coral, can denote morality (positive) or shyness (negative).
Vishaka – symbolized by a tree or a gateway, can denote determination (positive) or greed (negative).