Vrishabha ( Taurush ) Rashi is like a bull and represents the face and throat of the Kaal Purusha (Ursha major). It resides in the summits of mountains, cowsheds, and other places of animal habitats and agricultural lands.]
Being the second Sign of the Rashi Chakra, Vrishabha ( Taurush ) Rashi is all about rewards. Unlike Mesha, who plunges headlong into the challenge of the game, Vrishabha ( Taurush ) Rashi love to reap the rewards.
Jatakas of Vrishabha ( Taurush ) Rashi dont start out with the intention of getting stuck. They simply want to get things done, and it is that steady, dogged persistence which begets the nickname stubborn. They are most practical and reliable members of the Zodiac, and they happily plod along to the finish line and reap rewards. Vrishabhajatakas ( people born under taurush ) prefer to take each day as it comes and work toward their ultimate goal. Their strength is in their stability, loyalty and dogged determination. They want to get the job done, and they will.
Down to earth, a no-nonsense approach, saying what they mean with a very strong sense of values, often artistic and sometimes very musical, since they are ruled by the throat you can hardly miss a Vrishabhajataka ( people born under taurush ) in a crowd. The good life in all its guises, the fine arts, physical pleasures and material goods or art of their own making, are heaven on Earth to the Vrishabha ( Taurush ) Rashi-born. Their possessions speak highly of the need to own the best, be it food or clothes, even if it means having only one. Slow, steadfast and stubborn they plod through life gently, making sure that they do things that will make others happy.
Vrishabhajatakas ( people born under taurush ) like to be rooted be it the environment, work, home or opinions. Thus you look stability to some, while others label you as stubborn. Their mind is closed to new ideas and a certain unwillingness to change, determined and do not buckle under pressure and adversity. They prefer to in a rather Zen-like peace. They are also extremely patient, and dependable along the way. The only kink in this well-oiled chain is the heckler in the gallery that tries to scold the Bull. Once the thunder dies down, they also prove to be the soppiest of sentimentalists and regain their Buddha-like stance, almost as if nothing happened!