Mithuna mandala – Burj Aj Jawza, constellation of the giant – Mastabba-galgal (the great twins), Tuāme-Rabuti, the twins, Didymoi, Geminorium – Az Zawg, the pair – Dioscuroi
Alpha – Castor – Soma
Beta – Pollux – Poludeukos – Dhishnu
Gamma – Almeisan – Alhena – shining, the mark
Delta – Wasat – Middle of the sky – Anila
Epsilon – Mebsuta, outstretched (paw) – Mesoula – Mabsūt
Zeta – Mekbuda, pulled inward (paw)
Eta – Propus, forward foot
Mu – Tejat
Iota – Propus, before the foot
Other constellations in Gemini
Invaka mandala, previous era nakshatra – Kakkab Khi-Gall-a (The asterism of the canal of water, Rakhiad – the watery way.
Deity – Soma, the galaxy
5 stars shaped in a flight of herons, Gamma, Mu, Eta, Zeta and Xi of Gemini.
This represents the bow of Rudra that Lord Rama broke to win Sita’s hand.
They also represent the 5 fires surrounding Vana mandala or Ishu-Trikanda – the arrow.
Punarvasu nakshatra – Kakkab Su-pa, the asterism of the lustrous one -Ankiames (asterism of heaven and earth), Dioskouroi of Kastor of Polydeukes
Deity – Aditi, the indivisible
Originally this nakshatra, the 7th sequence was Alpha and Beta of Gemini, Soma and Dhishnu representing the Vasus. Modern day attaches 5 stars to it, inso it comprises of Beta, Lamda and Delta of Gemini, along with Alpha and Beta of Canis Minor, Suni Mandala.
El Hen’a – Things, one over another. Xi and Gamma of Gemini. The 6th Arabic moon station.
Al Dzira – Arm of Pollux. Alpha and Beta of Gemini. The 7th Arabic star mansion.