Chitta, Anuradha, Mrigasira and Revati are soft constellations. They are good for wearing new apparel, learning dancing, music and fine arts, sexual union and performance of auspicious ceremonies.
Aswini, Pushya, Hasta and Abhijit are light constellations, and they can be selected for wearing ornamentation, pleasures and sports, administering medicine, starting industries and undertaking travels.
Moola, Jyestha, Aridra and Aslesha are sharp in nature and they are favourable for incantations, invoking spirits, for imprisonment, murders, and separation of friends.
Saravana, Dhanishta, Satabhisha, Punarvasu and Swati are movable stars and they are auspicious for acquiring vehicles, for gardening and for going on procession.
Poorva Falguni, Poorvashadha and Poorvabhadra, Bharani and Makha are dreadful stars and they are suitable for nefarious schemes, poisoning, deceit, imprisonment, setting fire and other evil deeds.
Krittika and Visakha are mixed constellations and during their influences, works of day-to-day importance can be undertaken.
Beginning from the third quarter of Dhanishta and ending with the last part of Revati, the time is held to be unsuitable for any kind of auspicious work. This period goes under the special name of Nakshatra Panchaka and when these stars are ruling, one should avoid journey towards the south, house repairing or renovation, collecting fuel and cattle fodder or acquiring cots and beds.
Of all the twenty-eight constellations, the pride of place appears to have been given to Pushya, the 8th star.Everything can be done under this start EXCEPT for the one thing and that is Marriage.