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  1. In Hindu astronomy, the stars of the Big Dipper are named for the Saptarishi.
  2. In Hindu Astronomy, the vernal equinox (the First Point of Aries) is often calculated at 23° from 0° Aries (1950 CE), i.e.
  3. In Hindu astronomy, the Saptarshi form the constellation of Ursa Maior (e.
  4. In Hindu astronomy, the ascending node ☊ is called Rahu and the descending node ☋ is called Ketu.
  5. The Hindu Astronomy is one of the ancient astronomical systems of the world.

Hindu Astronomy

  1. Bharani (devanagari: भरणी) is the second nakshatra in Hindu astronomy, corresponding to 35, 39, and 41 Arietis.
  2. The Pancasiddhantika of Varahamihira is one of the most important sources for the history of Hindu astronomy before the time of Aryabhata I I.
  3. Svati (pronounced Svātī, with a lengthened 'a' and 'i') is a Nakshatra in Hindu astronomy, that corresponds to the star Arcturus.


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