Samaranganasutradhara identifies Mrig as ananta (endless), svayambhu (self-originated) and dharma. The square of Mriga governs curiosity and helps in attaining skills. Ananta is a Sanskrit term which means 'endless', 'limitless', 'eternal' or 'infinite'.
In Hindu mythology, Ananta denotes a huge serpent representing eternity and the immensity of space. As 'space' = 0, the name of the serpent became a synonym of zero. It is the name given to the number ten to the power thirteen which is equal to ten billion. It also means infinitude or an unending expansion or without limit. Ananta is shown resting on the primordial waters of original chaos. Vishnu is lying on the serpent, between the two creations of the world, floating on the 'ocean of unconsciousness'. Ananta is also an epithet of Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Skanda, Krishna, Balarama, Earth and the letter 'O'.
The serpent is always represented as coiled up, in a sort of a figure eight on it's side (like the infinity symbol) and theoretically has a thousand heads. He is considered to be the great king of the Nagas and the lord of Patala. Each time the serpent opens its mouth it produces an earthquake because there is a belief that the serpent supports the world on it's back. He is the serpent that at the end of each kalpa spits the destructive fire over the whole of creation. Rudra, who consumes the three worlds, is believed to have emanated from the face of Ananta. By the grace of Ananta, sage Garga was able to master the sciences of astronomy and causation.
• Generator of curiosity.
• Imparts the ability to grasp the essence of things.
• Keeps searching for satisfying his curiosity.
• It helps to decode the secret of skills.
• Skills and proficiencies and raise their standards to optimal levels.
• Keep study table and tools.
• Eagle here gives foresight and detailing. Gives broader vision.
• Toilet here, diminishes the capabilities of learning and thinking.
• Fire hampers the power to learn anything new.
|नील पद, जौ, पिण्ड, खजूर, बिलव, भात, दही
|ऊँ तद्विष्णोः परमं पदं सदा नमः
|यो मृगोऽस्मिन्ननन्तः ॥
|तद्विष्णोः परमं पदं सदा पश्यन्ति सूरयः । दिवीव चक्षुराततम् ॥ १४॥ तद्विप्रासो विपन्यवो जागृवांसः समिन्धते । विष्णोर्यत्परमं पदम् । इत्येतन्निर्वाणानुशासनमिति वेदानुशासनमिति वेदानुशासनमित्युपनिषत् ॥
|Cumin (जीरा), Paan Leaf
Mṛiśh (मृश्) means To touch, handle, To rub, stroke, To consider, reflect, deliberate.
मृश आमर्शने॥ ३६॥ आमर्शनं स्पर्शः॥ (मृशति) इत्यादि सर्वे स्पृशतिवत्
ब्रह्मा स्वयं भू (होना) अर्थात स्वयं प्रकट होने के कारण ही स्वयंभू कहलाये। ब्रह्मा के मानस पुत्र हुए प्रथम मनु और इन्हीं प्रथम पुरुष और प्रथम स्त्री की सन्तानों से संसार के समस्त जनों की उत्पत्ति हुई। मनु की सन्तान होने के कारण वे मानव या मनुष्य कहलाए।
Indra pada, above Mrig/Mrish denoting Hari and Mrish as Brahma we can clearly see the picture of Hari sleeping in yognidra and Brahma on the lotus arising from Hari's naval. Two appearing as one and One appearing as two.
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