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Cosmos - Mahavishnu

Mahavishnu The ecliptic is described as a ring road divided into three lanes. the 1st one is the Iravatha Veedhi with the 1st set of nine constellations starting from Aswini in Aries to Aslesha in Cancer, in three sub divisions called Naga, Gaja and Iravatha. The 2nd one is the Jaradgava Veedhi with the 2nd set of nine constellations starting from Makha in Leo to Jyesta in Scorpio, in three sub divisions known as Rushabha, Go and Jaradgava. The last one is the Vyswanara Veedhi with the last set of nine constellations starting from Moola in Sagittarius to Revathi in Pisces in three sub divisions called Aja, Mruga and Vyswanara. The movement of the solar system and the time taken for the revolution of each planet is described in detail along with the equinoctial position and its precession. In Nakshatra Purusha Puja the 27 constellations are worshipped as the body of Lord Vasudeva starting from Moola as his feet, Mrugasire as eye, Chitta and Satabhisham as face and fore head. http://www.serveveda.org/cosmos_divine_scientific.pdf
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