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Which is the Lucky Colour of Ashwini Nakshatra?

Ashwini Nakshatra is the first among the 27 Nakshatras in Hindu Astrology. A particular colour is considered lucky for a particular Nakshatra. The lucky colour associated with Ashwini Nakashra is Red and Orange.
Ashwini Nakshara is in Meda Rashi or Aries Zodiac.
Wearing Red or Orange color dress for interviews and other competitions are lucky for those people born in this Nakshatra.
The colors to be completely avoided are ash and cream.

Which Rudraksha Should Vrischika Rashi Born People Wear?

Each Rashi born people should wear a particular face Rudraksha for success, love, peace and prosperity. Vrishicka Rashi born people should wear Rudraksh with five or two faces. Wearing of which will bring in all round success to Vrishicka Rashi or Scorpio Zodiac.
The deity associated with Five Face Rudraksha is Shiva.
The deity associated with two face is Shiva and Parvati.
The devotee who wears it will also have the blessing of Brihaspati Graha or Jupiter.
Along with wearing of the Rudraksh one should practice self control, worship of personal deity and good thoughts.
Performing food donation and distributing clothes after the wearing the Rurdraksh is highly meritorious.

Swami Dhireshananda Thoughts

The path of the ants – An ant, by moving slowly, perceives a trace of sweets, and achieves satisfaction by eating it.
Similarly, an ordinary aspirant also, by practicing internal and external self-restrains (shama-dama) and the like, and by performing selfless work and devotional practices, slowly over many life times, becomes pure in heart.
Then gradually by following the practices in the path of knowledge, he becomes fully accomplished by attaining the knowledge of the Brahman. This is verily the royal path. In this way almost everyone attains the realization of the oneness of Brahman and Atman.
In this path one attains gradual liberation, that is, the emancipation comes gradually.
Source – Notes on Yoga-Vasishtha-Sara translated by Swami Dhireshananda - Swamiji is a monk of the Ramakrishna Order