Chandra in Jyeshta Nakshatra

The presiding deity of Jyeshta Nakshatra is Indra, who is also known as the dragon slayer. Jyeshta means the eldest one, the senior roost, the chief one, more excellent than, preferred one or someone or something supreme glorious. Jyeshta Nakshatra is the eldest among Moon’s queens, these people will demand respect and consideration from others. If they learn to control their desires it can create the greatest spiritual fire for transformation and enlightenment. They are also enthusiastic and have exuberant energy and can be heroic in nature fearlessly entering into to difficult situations.
Characteristics of Jyeshta Nakshatra
Jyeshtha is the eighteenth Nakshatra of Vedic Astrology, with the literal meaning of being elder and having traits similar to being mature and senior
The main symbol of this nakshatra is a Round Talisman worn in old civilizations for protection from evil forces and to denote authority.
The link of Jyeshtha with the eighth house of a horoscope gives it the connection with occult or paranormal practices, which again has a belief in wearing amulets/ornament that help with psychic powers.
People born on this nakshatra are not afraid to take on battles, especially if it is for a just cause
They are able to uplift those around them by creating a progressive atmosphere.
Moon in Jyeshta Nakshatra
People born with Jyeshta Nakshatra have a sense of seniority and superiority, and are very protective of themselves and loved ones.
They tend to have the wisdom that only age and experience can bring. However, due to their inherent superiority, they can be arrogant and hypocritical thereby demonstrating low self-esteem.
The intent of winning can often lead them into a struggle with relationships, or an internal struggle which needs to be quenched at every turn.
They can be reclusive, secretive, with few friends. If driven by power and authority to achieve goals, they can take on the negative traits of their ruling deity Lord Indra.
These natives can be hot-tempered and stubborn, because of which they often face problems in life.
Also, he does not take anyone’s advice but does only as his conscience bids him.
She is also eager to know the opinions that others have about her. She runs her household activities in a very organised manner.
It has been observed that most female natives of this Nakshatra are not earning members of the family. She generally remains childless, and is often harassed by her in-laws.