Sasa mandala – Logos – The hare – Kapoti (she-dove)
Alpha – Arneb, the hare – Arnab
Beta – Nihal, camel’s quenching thirst – Nibal – Nawahil – Kursi el Jauza, footstool of the giant
The stars Alpha, Beta, Epsilon, Theta, Eta, Delta and Gamma of Lepus form the she-dove or Kapoti.
Kapota mandala – the dove, Noah’s dove
Alpha – Phact – Fached, thigh
Beta – Wazn, the weight
Lamda – Tsze, son
Canis Major constellation
Mriga-Vyādha mandala – Svan, the dog, Cyon, Kuan, Kalab-Samsi (Dog of the sun) – The deer hunter – Kakkab Lik-udu – Sunah – Shihor
Alpha – Sirius – Lubdhaka – Tishya (the burning or bright one) – Tistrya – Seirious, the scorcher – Sopdil – Kak-ban (the bow star) – Svan – Ka-lik-ka (tongue of the dog) – Lesan-Kalbe – the Dog Star – Kosta (the Jackal), Sivā (she-jackal) – Vishvāmitra – Caniculus – Ash Shira Al Yamani
This star used called Arda-Lubdaka in the ancient nakshatras.
Beta – Mirzam – Munzir, monitor – Ma’sam, wrist – Mizam, balance
Gamma – Muliphein (the oath) – Phurud – Farid – Kurud, single stars/Apes
Delta – Wezen (weight)
Epsilon – Adhara (maiden) – Adara, back – Dhara
Zeta – Furud (Solitary)
Eta – Aludra (maidenhood)
Old nakshatra Ārdrā-Lubdhaka was also called Kakkab Kak-Si-Sa (The star, the leader) and Asar-rab-sami (Station great of the heavens)
Other constellations in Canis Major
Stars alpha, beta, delta, epsilon and eta make a hunting horn, or a buffalo horn. Sringa mandala.
Doves – Theta and Kappa of Canis Major.