TEXT 6
punarvasu-pusyau daksina-vamayoh sronyor ardraslese ca daksina-vamayoh pascimayoh padayor abhijid-uttarasadhe daksina-vamayor nasikayor yatha-sankhyam sravana-purvasadhe daksina-vamayor locanayor dhanistha mulam ca daksina-vamayoh karnayor maghadiny asta naksatrani daksinayanani vama-parsva-vankrisu yunjita tathaiva mrga-sirsadiny udagayanani daksina-parsva-vankrisu pratilomyena prayunjita satabhisa-jyesthe skandhayor daksina-vamayor nyaset.
SYNONYMS
punarvasu—the star named Punarvasu; pusyau—and the star named Pusya; daksina-vamayoh—on the right and left; sronyoh—loins; ardra—the star named Ardra; aslese—the star named Aslesa; ca—also; daksina-vamayoh—at the right and left; pascimayoh—behind; padayoh—feet; abhijit-uttarasadhe—the stars named Abhijit and Uttarasadha; daksina-vamayoh—on the right and left; nasikayoh—nostrils; yatha-sankhyam—according to numerical order; sravana-purvasadhe—the stars named Sravana and Purvasadha; daksina-vamayoh—at the right and left; locanayoh—eyes; dhanistha mulam ca—and the stars named Dhanistha and Mula; daksina-vamayoh—at the right and left; karnayoh—ears; magha-adini—the stars such as Magha; asta naksatrani—eight stars; daksina-ayanani—which mark the southern course; vama-parsva—of the left side; vankrisu—at the ribs; yunjita—may place; tatha eva—similarly; mrga-sirsa-adini—such as Mrgasirsa; udagayanani—marking the northern course; daksina-parsva-vankrisu—on the right side; pratilomyena—in the reverse order; prayunjita—may place; satabhisa—Satabhisa; jyestheJyestha; skandhayoh—on the two shoulders; daksina-vamayoh—right and left; nyaset—should place.
TRANSLATION
On the right and left sides of where the loins might be on the Sisumara-cakra are the stars named Punarvasu and Pusya. Ardra and Aslesa are on its right and left feet, Abhijit and Uttarasadha are on its right and left nostrils, Sravana and Purvasadha are at its right and left eyes, and Dhanistha and Mula are on its right and left ears. The eight stars from Magha to Anuradha, which mark the southern course, are on the ribs of the left of its body, and the eight stars from Mrgasirsa to Purvabhadra, which mark the northern course, are on the ribs on the right side. Satabhisa and Jyestha are on the right and left shoulders.

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