Rakshasa Gana - All Gana's

  • Swarga Loka (heaven), Prithvi Loka (Earth), and MrityuLoka (MrityuLoka) correlate to the energy of one of the three Lokas (worlds), Swarga Loka (heaven), Prithvi Loka (Earth), and MrityuLoka (MrityuLoka) (Hell). The Devas are supposed to reside in Swarga Loka, which is the kingdom of Gods. Humans' realm is Prithvi Loka, and there is where they live. MrityuLoka is the demons' territory, where Rakshasas are supposed to reside. These three classifications are thought to apply to each of the 27 nakshatras. There are nine Nakshatras in each class.

    Dev gana (divine), manushyagana (human), and rakshasa gana are the three forms of gana described in Hindu astrology (demonic). These ganas are influenced by the position of the moon in the individual's natal chart. Each one is equally important astrologically, because the individual's identity and personality are entirely determined by these ganaphala. All 27 constellations are divided into these three ganas, as seen in the nakshatra gana table below.

    ManushyaGana: This may be noticed in a lot of people. This category includes those who work and live for their family and relatives. Such folks go about their daily lives and will appear to be busy if someone approaches them for assistance. To put it another way, these people are a combination of good and bad.

    Deva Gana: They will have divine nature, and these people will appear infrequently. Such folks labour for others without expecting anything in return. They will check into other issues and make suggestions, even if they are unable to work on the problem owing to their busy schedules. They are mostly concerned about the welfare of others. They are often soft-spoken and generous.

    Rakshasa Gana: This evil essence can be present in many individuals. These folks will be egotistical and uninterested in assisting others. These folks will have greater benefits than the other two ganas. They can readily and quickly detect bad energy because to their acute sixth sense. They are ruthless.

    This exemplifies humanity's darkest side. The person who belongs to the rakshasa ganaphala is obstinate and inflexible. This person's rakshasgana temperament may lead them to pick conflicts over trivial matters.

    Rakshasa temperament can be self-centered and uninterested in others.However, a person with these characteristics isn't always a bad person. The individual who possesses this Gana will also possess great intuitive abilities.