KalaPurusha mandala – Risya, the deer – Varaha, the boar – Apam Napāt (the son of the waters) – Skanda – Kumara – Kartikeya – Vali – Bali – Yara – Ari – Yari (Lord of the wild boar) – Nin Gir Su (Lord of the river bank) – Aquosus -Tam muz – Duzi – Phaethon (the shining) – Kandaon (The prince) – Kohain-dayan – Sahu – Kesil – Rudra – Sib-ziana – Ri’ubutsame (Shephard of the life of heaven) – Mriga – Hunter – Giant – Kesil, fool, rebel – Nimrod, gigantic hunter – Algebar – Al Jabbar – Al Jauza – Gibar. Constellation Orion.
Deity – Prajapati Soma and Rudra
Alpha – Betelgeuse, Al Jazwa (Hand of) – Ibt al Jauza – Old Visakha
Beta – Rigel. Foot – Vana raja
Gamma – Bellatrix, warrior-ess – Kartikeya
Delta – Mintaka, belt
Epsilon – Alnilam, arrangement of pearls (middle of belt) – Anirudh
Zeta – Alnitak. East end of belt
Iota – Na’ir al Saif, bright one of the sword (tip)
Kappa – Saiph, sword (hilt)
Phi – Susipra (Rudra), the high cheeked one
Lamda – Kapardi (Rudra), the one with braided hair – Heka, white spot – Meissa, the shining
Upsilon – Thabit, the fixed star
Theta – Skandāpasmāra.
Other Asterisms inside Orion
Apām-Napat – A celestial stream of stars with an offshoot surrounds the tip of Orion in Omega shaped sign.
Visvarupa – Called so as the sum total of the world’s beauty – Trisirāh, the one with three heads. Constitutes the three of Orion – Lamda, Phi(1) and Phi(2).
Vana Raja – the belt of Orion – the arrow from Bootes.
Old nakshatra Bahu, the two arms – Kakkab Lugal, asterism of the mighty man – Ilu Meruduku (the god Merodukh).
Deity Rudra Mrīdha. Comprising of stars Alpha and Gamma of Orion.
Mrigasirā nakshatra, the head of the deer – Kakkab Mas-tab-ba-tur-tur (asterism of little twins) – Ilu-Nin-Sur (Goddess lady of rising, Venus). 5th nakshatra of sequence.
Deity, Soma and the Moon. Comprises of stars Gamma, Phi(1) and Phi(2).
Arda Nakshatra, the sweat making one – Kakkab Lugal (asterism of mighty man), Ilu Maruku, Merodukh. The 6th Nakshatra.
Deity – Rudra, the roaring tempest god called as Mridha. Primarily constitutes Alpha, Orion, though in the old age, was Arda-Lubdaka, the alpha Canis Minor. It does have other smaller notable constellations within it, including the capital greek letter Omega shaped offshoot and a cave.
El Hek’a – Mark of the brand. Phi and Lambda Orion, the 5th Arabic moon station.
Mayura-Tunda – the neck and head of the peacock – Saiph (the sword) – Ensis Orionis, the sword of Orion – The Panis – Guha, the cave.
The tail of the peacock, with a star surrounded by several in the Omega sign, also known as the bands of Orion, stars 13 with 8,18,19,20 and 21 of Orion.
A soft offshoot from the Milky Way stream smudges a little part that is known as the Guha, or the cave in the mountains. The bands of Orion are the Panis, the diluted waters and Agni and Indra fight off in the Rig-Veda.
Orion’s belt – Tsan – Jugulae – The joined three. Delta, Epsilon and Zeta of Orion.
Fixed Stars at Sidereal Degree of Zodiac
– Pi Orion. Means ‘The endurer’. Represent the skin or animal-hide in the hand of the hunter as trophy. The Tattoo Star.
– Beta Orion – Algebra. The left foot of Orion. Stung by a scorpion.
– Gamma Orion. Amazon warrior star. Left hand of Orion. Represents tribe of warrior women.
– Gamma Orion – Belt of Orion. Among the string of pearls.
– Iota Orion. The Bright or shining edge of the sword.
– Epilson Orion. Anirudh as Krishna’s avatar in the Indian pantheon. The middle in the string of pearls in Orion’s belt. Nimrod, the biblical god, one of the three kings in bible stars.
Lambda Orion. Kapardi or Rudra, the shining in the Indian pantheon. Heka, or white spot at the head of Orion.
– Zeta Orion. The bands of Orion. The yardstick, one of the three biblical kings.
– Kappa Orion – The sword, at the hilt, or right knee of Orion.
Alpha Orion. Right Hand of the Giant. Bahu, or right arm, old Nakshatra Visakha in the Indian pantheon. Star of the king.
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