Krittika Nakshatra Famous Personalities

Guru Nanak


Here are some famous personalities born in Krittika Nakshatra and characteristics of the Nakshatra highlighted in them.



Famous for

Nakshatra characteristics

Guru Nanak

Spiritual Guru

Famous, preceptor.

Bill Clinton

US President

Attractive personality, famous.

Ronald Reagan

US President

Intelligent, unstable decisions.

Bob Dylan


Peaceful, good in advising.

Frida Kahlo


Engaged in arts.

Mick Jagger




Living away from the place of birth.

Gregory Peck


Good periods - 25 to 35 years, 50 to 55 years.

Peter Sellers


Attached to mother.

Jimmy Hoffa

Labor leader





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