Uttarabhadrapada is considered to be the 26th Nakshatra out of 27 constellations considered important for calculations of Indian Vedic astrology. The meaning of Uttarabhadrapada literally means Uttara i.e. a person with lucky feet to come later. Some Vedic astrologers believe that the people who come under the strong influence of this constellation are very lucky. According to Vedic astrology, the back of the charpoy is considered as a symbol of the Uttarabhadrapada nakshatra and some Vedic astrologers believe that this cot is a cot used to keep the corpse, rather than an ordinary charp, which is described by Prabhadrapada. It is also done in the constellation and it is the back part of the same bed. This insignia indicates that Uttarabhadrapada Nakshatra is related to the time of death and after death.