Om Trayambakam Yajaamahe Sugandhim Pushtivardhnam Urvvarukamiva Bandhanaan Mrityormuksheeya Maamrataat


Om Gam ganapataye namaha
Make your vision pure & positive ,look for goodness everywhere.
mind will never be peaceful without looking at the positive Good side in everythng.

if you think positive & act good & see peace, then Success will be yours

The story of star Sirius



The oldest book of the Vedas



There is an interesting story in aiterya brahmna tha has much astronomical symbolism 
One of the first major Gods of creation is Prajapati, is also the constellation Orion. prajapati brahma felt love towards his own creation daughter rohini some say the dawn, having become a stag he approched her in the form of doe. The Gods saw him a deed unknown prajapati now does, they saought someone to punish him, they could not find anyone among them to do this, .They enlisted the God of storms and thunder, so they brought their most terrible forms together in one being To him (Rudra) the gods said the prajapti has done a deed unknown so pierce him”. 

. Lord Rudra, to shoot an arrow thru the stag. Sirius, one of the brightest stars in the sky, shots the arrow.




Having aim at him he pierced him, being pierced he flew upwards him they call the deer ( mriga), the piercer of the deer is called deer hunter hunter means a Vyadha in sanskrit called Mrigavyadha

the female deer is rohini, the three pointed stars  is the constellation of orion belt
rohini is the contellation at the end of tauras marked by red giant star aldebaran

The piercer of the deer ( mrigavyadha) is the vedic god Rudra, its is the name in vedic astronomy for the star Sirius
mriga or mrigshira another zodic  next to rohini
the full story is illustrated in the sky;
the innocent lovely rohini (aldebaran ) the infamous prajapati (orion) after her, but laid sprawling by the three pointed arrow ( thebelt of orion) which shot from the hand of near avenger ( Sirius) the arrow is even now seen sticking in his body
We know these 3 stars as Orion’s belt. These 3 stars are Agni, Soma and Visnu. Agni is the shaft, Soma the head, and Visnu is the point of the arrow.

Visnu is the solar or supreme god. Soma is the ambrosia or nectar of the gods. Agni is the god of fire.



in vedic astrology star rohin comes first then mrishshira then Ardra
where rohini is the dwan and mrigshira is brahma  and Ardra the Lord shiva

The piercer of the deer ( mrigavyadha) is the vedic god Rudra, its is the name in vedic astronomy for the star Sirius

Another story from Maha bharatha

In maha bharatha , Sirius is sometimes known as the God Dharma takes the formof Svana, the dog of Prince Yudhistira. The prince and his four brothers, along with Svana, set out on a long and arduous journey to find the kingdom of heaven. However, one by one the brothers all abandoned the search until only Yudhistira and Svana were left. At long last they came to the gates of heaven. The gatekeeper, Lord Indra, welcomed the prince but denied Svana entrance. Yudhistira was aghast and told Lord Indra that he could not forsake his good and faithful servant and friend. His brothers, Yudhistira told the Lord, had abandoned the journey to heaven to follow their hearts’ desires. But Svana, who had given his heart freely, chose to follow none but Yudhistira. The prince told the Lord that without his dog, he would forsake even heaven. This is what Lord Indra had wanted to hear, and then he welcomed both the prince and the dog through the gates of heaven.