uttara-hanav agastir adhara-hanau yamo mukhesu cangarakah sanaiscara upasthe brhaspatih kakudi vaksasy adityo hrdaye narayano manasi candro nabhyam usana stanayor asvinau budhah pranapanayo rahur gale ketavah sarvangesu romasu sarve tara-ganah.
uttara-hanau—on the upper jaw; agastih—the star named Agasti; adhara-hanau—on the lower jaw; yamah—Yamaraja; mukhesu—on the mouth; ca—also; angarakah—Mars; sanaiscarah—Saturn; upasthe—on the genitals; brhaspatih—Jupiter; kakudi—on the back of the neck; vaksasi—on the chest; adityah—the sun; hrdaye—within the heart; narayanah—Lord Narayana; manasi—in the mind; candrah—the moon; nabhyam—on the navel; usana—Venus; stanayoh—on the two breasts; asvinau—the two stars named Asvin; budhah—Mercury; pranapanayoh—in the inner airs known as prana and apana; rahuh—the planet Rahu; gale—on the neck; ketavah—comets; sarva-angesu—all over the body; romasu—in the pores of the body; sarve—all; tara-ganah—the numerous stars.
On the upper chin of the sisumara is Agasti; on its lower chin, Yamaraja; on its mouth, Mars; on its genitals, Saturn; on the back of its neck, Jupiter; on its chest, the sun; and within the core of its heart, Narayana. Within its mind is the moon; on its navel, Venus; and on its breasts, the Asvini-kumaras. Within its life air, which is known as pranapana, is Mercury, on its neck is Rahu, all over its body are comets, and in its pores are the numerous stars.
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