Dhanishtha Nakshatra According to Astrology

Dhanishtha Nakshatra is the twenty-third constellation in the series of constellations. This is the peak of Mars' energy. The Nakshatra is represented by a group of four stars in the constellation Delphini (Dolphin). These four stars are arranged in a rhombus shape that represents a drum shape. In modern astronomy, these four stars are called Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Gamma Delphini. All these stars are located in the dark void above the Nakshatra Capricorn and Aquarius.