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I just had a most amazing experience.

 

Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the retreat a

few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could not

figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told it was

a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it mean?

Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

significance of the name was.

 

A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I just

KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will be

there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly knocked me

off my chair when it actually did.

 

Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to come

up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date, time

and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth star!

If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children, then I

don't know what is.

 

I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors, relgious

leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the moment?

 

Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet another

wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

 

How incredibly lucky we all are!

 

Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

Ananthasree

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So what's her name already? And what does your name mean?

 

 

On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:14 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

 

> I just had a most amazing experience.

>

> Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the retreat a

> few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could not

> figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told it was

> a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it mean?

> Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

> significance of the name was.

>

> A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I just

> KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will be

> there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly knocked me

> off my chair when it actually did.

>

> Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to come

> up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date, time

> and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth star!

> If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children, then I

> don't know what is.

>

> I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors, relgious

> leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

> amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the

> moment?

>

> Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet another

> wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

>

> How incredibly lucky we all are!

>

> Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

>

>

> Ananthasree

>

Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

>

>

>

>

>

>

> Beliefs of hinduism

> Different religions beliefs

> Hinduism religion

>

> Ammachi

> Hinduism

>

>

>

>

>

> ▪  Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

>  

> ▪  

>  Ammachi

>  

> ▪   Terms of

> Service.

>

>

>

>

 

 

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She is Ashwati (Ashwini) and my name means infinite

opulence/neverending light.

 

Jai Ma! ;)

 

 

 

Ammachi, Ardis Jackson <ardis1@v...> wrote:

> So what's her name already? And what does your name mean?

>

>

> On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:14 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

>

> > I just had a most amazing experience.

> >

> > Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the retreat a

> > few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could not

> > figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told

it was

> > a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it mean?

> > Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

> > significance of the name was.

> >

> > A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I just

> > KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will be

> > there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly

knocked me

> > off my chair when it actually did.

> >

> > Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to come

> > up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date, time

> > and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth

star!

> > If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> > happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children, then I

> > don't know what is.

> >

> > I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> > mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> > them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors, relgious

> > leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

> > amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the

> > moment?

> >

> > Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet another

> > wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

> >

> > How incredibly lucky we all are!

> >

> > Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

> >

> >

> > Ananthasree

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> > Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> > Beliefs of hinduism

> > Different religions beliefs

> > Hinduism religion

> >

> > Ammachi

> > Hinduism

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> > â–ª Â Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

> > Â

> > â–ª Â

> > Â Ammachi

> > Â

> > â–ª Â Terms of

> > Service.

> >

> >

> >

> >

>

>

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The Light of Wisdom is often referred to as the light of a jewel... so

your infinite opulence and never ending light are the Light of Wisdom

and Devotion. Ashwin is the time of year of MahaNavaratri... the Nine

Nights of Celebration of the Goddesses MahaKali, MahaLakshmi and

MahaSaraswati. This is very auspicious for all worshippers of Goddess.

 

It looks to me like you were truly gifted by Amma with these names.

Enjoy them in bliss.

 

Pahari Maa

 

On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:37 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

 

> She is Ashwati (Ashwini) and my name means infinite

> opulence/neverending light.

>

> Jai Ma!  ;)

>

>

>

> Ammachi, Ardis Jackson <ardis1@v...> wrote:

> > So what's her name already? And what does your name mean?

> >

> >

> > On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:14 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

> >

> > > I just had a most amazing experience.

> > >

> > >  Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the

> retreat a

> > >  few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could

> not

> > >  figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told

> it was

> > >  a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it

> mean?

> > >  Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

> > >  significance of the name was.

> > >

> > >  A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I

> just

> > >  KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will

> be

> > >  there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly

> knocked me

> > >  off my chair when it actually did.

> > >

> > >  Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to

> come

> > >  up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date,

> time

> > >  and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth

> star!

> > >  If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> > >  happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children,

> then I

> > >  don't know what is.

> > >

> > >  I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> > >  mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> > >  them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors,

> relgious

> > >  leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

> > >  amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the

> > > moment?

> > >

> > >  Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet

> another

> > >  wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

> > >

> > >  How incredibly lucky we all are!

> > >

> > >  Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

> > >

> > >

> > >  Ananthasree

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > Beliefs of hinduism

> > > Different religions beliefs

> > > Hinduism religion

> > >

> > > Ammachi

> > > Hinduism

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >       â–ª       Â Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

> > > Â

> > >       â–ª       Â To from this group, send an

email

> to:

> > > Â Ammachi

> > > Â

> > >       â–ª       Â Your use of is subject to

the

> Terms of

> > > Service.

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > 

> >

> >

>

>

>

>

> Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

>

>

>

>

>

>

> ▪  Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

>  

> ▪  

>  Ammachi

>  

> ▪   Terms of

> Service.

>

>

>

>

 

 

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Aum Amriteswaryai Namah!

 

When i read this mail from Ananthsree, i was reminded of an incident that

happened just yestrday at Amritapuri.

 

Yestrday, during the Q&A session with Amma, a little kid came & sat on Amma's

peetham. When Amma saw him, She started saying "Amma.ammma..ammaa.." looking

endearingly at him. She said to us, who were seated near Her that, this kid,

from the moment he wakes up to the time he drops off to sleep, keeps repeating

"Ammma..ammma..ammma..." in this way.... and mimicked the way he says it!! we

were amazed at how She is aware of even what a little kid of 6 months says.

 

there were other occasions during the day, when Her omniscience was very much

evident. it was no longer a cause a amazement by the end of the darshan.

 

i am right now typing away the translation of the 75-80min-long Q&A.

 

dear linda ~ pls sent me the list of members in the group. Swamiji asked for it.

He said, he'll take it to Amma, when he goes to meet Her in Her room. i am not

sure why he wants to show it to Amma... seems like he was impressed with my

account of different emails & devotees in the list.

 

pls sent me the latest list of prayers. will get it blessed by Amma, when She

comes for darshan.

 

i sat near Her during darshan and told Amma how much Her american children were

missing Her.

At Her Lotus Feet,

Her child.

 

 

Ananthasree <michellewalsh88 wrote:

I just had a most amazing experience.

 

Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the retreat a

few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could not

figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told it was

a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it mean?

Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

significance of the name was.

 

A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I just

KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will be

there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly knocked me

off my chair when it actually did.

 

Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to come

up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date, time

and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth star!

If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children, then I

don't know what is.

 

I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors, relgious

leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the moment?

 

Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet another

wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

 

How incredibly lucky we all are!

 

Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

Ananthasree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I just had the wonderful experience of working closely with Amma

doing seva at the boston retreat. If you have any doubts about

Amma's omniscience, then begin to do her Seva...it is absolutely

amazing how she guides you and cues you to do what is needed. But

you have to be there. Don't expect the so called scientific experts

or "spiritual" intellectuals to get it.

 

In Hindu mythology Krishna reveals himself only fleetingly to the

devotees, his play, incomprehensible to most is concealed by our

delusions. But the fullness is revealed to the gopis because he

can't resist their strong devotion. The same is true of our

Krishna/Amma.

 

ONS

 

 

Ammachi, "Ananthasree" <michellewalsh88@h...>

wrote:

> I just had a most amazing experience.

>

> Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the

retreat a

> few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we could not

> figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were told it

was

> a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it mean?

> Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what the

> significance of the name was.

>

> A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I just

> KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name will be

> there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly

knocked me

> off my chair when it actually did.

>

> Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone to

come

> up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact date, time

> and location of her birth so well as to name her after her birth

star!

> If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children, then

I

> don't know what is.

>

> I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors,

relgious

> leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about this

> amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at the

moment?

>

> Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet

another

> wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

>

> How incredibly lucky we all are!

>

> Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

>

>

> Ananthasree

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Aum Amriteshvaryai Namah

 

Namaste Anantashree,

 

Congratulations!! Its wonderful to know that your wife was named

after her birth star by Ammachi, without her even knowing anything

about Ashwati!!!

 

Here's my 2 cents ....

 

The nakshatra Moon transits during a day is not dependent on the

location of a place on earth. In fact, planetary longitudes

calculated are geo-centric and independent of locale. However, it

is dependent on the time!!

 

Nevertheless, it is astonishing as to how Ammachi knew about her

birth time (well not astonishing ... should be a child's play for her

... :))!!!

 

One more thing ... you said the name given was Ashwati ...

there is another star which goes by the name Swati ... and this

sounds more like it than Aswini.

 

It is not uncommon in India/Vedic to name kids after the nakshatra.

Swati, Aswini, Krittika, Chitra, Anuradha, Sravana & Revathi are

oft used names.

 

Another practice is to name kids after alphabets belonging to the

rasi(sign of moon at birth) or nakshatra. Each rasi and nakshatra are

alotted alphabets. For example, my name is Narayan ... na belongs

to Anuradha nakshatra ... but my birth star is Krittika :) ...

but you get the picture.

 

Anyways ... Ammachi knows all!!!

 

Have Fun & Congratulations!

 

Warm Regards

Narayan

 

 

Ammachi, "Ananthasree" <michellewalsh88@h...>

wrote:

> She is Ashwati (Ashwini) and my name means infinite

> opulence/neverending light.

>

> Jai Ma! ;)

>

>

>

> Ammachi, Ardis Jackson <ardis1@v...> wrote:

> > So what's her name already? And what does your name mean?

> >

> >

> > On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:14 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

> >

> > > I just had a most amazing experience.

> > >

> > > Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the

retreat a

> > > few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we

could not

> > > figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were

told

> it was

> > > a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did it

mean?

> > > Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea what

the

> > > significance of the name was.

> > >

> > > A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to myself, "I

just

> > > KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name

will be

> > > there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly

> knocked me

> > > off my chair when it actually did.

> > >

> > > Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge anyone

to come

> > > up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact

date, time

> > > and location of her birth so well as to name her after her

birth

> star!

> > > If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> > > happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here children,

then I

> > > don't know what is.

> > >

> > > I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> > > mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> > > them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests, doctors,

relgious

> > > leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about

this

> > > amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at

the

> > > moment?

> > >

> > > Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process yet

another

> > > wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

> > >

> > > How incredibly lucky we all are!

> > >

> > > Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

> > >

> > >

> > > Ananthasree

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > Beliefs of hinduism

> > > Different religions beliefs

> > > Hinduism religion

> > >

> > > Ammachi

> > > Hinduism

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > â–ª Â Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

> > > Â

> > > â–ª Â

> > > Â Ammachi

> > > Â

> > > â–ª Â

Terms of

> > > Service.

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

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The name Amma gave me is also directly related to my birth star.

Additionally, my mantra is directly related to the Goddess that I

feel most connected with and have been praying to for many years.

 

She never ceases to AMAZE me!

 

With love,

Erica

 

Ammachi, "naaraayana_iyer"

<jaimini.upadesa@g...> wrote:

> Aum Amriteshvaryai Namah

>

> Namaste Anantashree,

>

> Congratulations!! Its wonderful to know that your wife was named

> after her birth star by Ammachi, without her even knowing anything

> about Ashwati!!!

>

> Here's my 2 cents ....

>

> The nakshatra Moon transits during a day is not dependent on the

> location of a place on earth. In fact, planetary longitudes

> calculated are geo-centric and independent of locale. However, it

> is dependent on the time!!

>

> Nevertheless, it is astonishing as to how Ammachi knew about her

> birth time (well not astonishing ... should be a child's play for

her

> .. :))!!!

>

> One more thing ... you said the name given was Ashwati ...

> there is another star which goes by the name Swati ... and this

> sounds more like it than Aswini.

>

> It is not uncommon in India/Vedic to name kids after the nakshatra.

> Swati, Aswini, Krittika, Chitra, Anuradha, Sravana & Revathi are

> oft used names.

>

> Another practice is to name kids after alphabets belonging to the

> rasi(sign of moon at birth) or nakshatra. Each rasi and nakshatra

are

> alotted alphabets. For example, my name is Narayan ... na belongs

> to Anuradha nakshatra ... but my birth star is Krittika :) ...

> but you get the picture.

>

> Anyways ... Ammachi knows all!!!

>

> Have Fun & Congratulations!

>

> Warm Regards

> Narayan

>

>

> Ammachi, "Ananthasree"

<michellewalsh88@h...>

> wrote:

> > She is Ashwati (Ashwini) and my name means infinite

> > opulence/neverending light.

> >

> > Jai Ma! ;)

> >

> >

> >

> > Ammachi, Ardis Jackson <ardis1@v...>

wrote:

> > > So what's her name already? And what does your name mean?

> > >

> > >

> > > On Aug 3, 2005, at 10:14 PM, Ananthasree wrote:

> > >

> > > > I just had a most amazing experience.

> > > >

> > > > Both I and my partner were granted names from Mother at the

> retreat a

> > > > few weeks ago. While mine had an obvious translation, we

> could not

> > > > figure out for the life of us what her name meant. We were

> told

> > it was

> > > > a star in Vedic astrology...but what star?...and what did

it

> mean?

> > > > Long Internet searches abounded and still we had no idea

what

> the

> > > > significance of the name was.

> > > >

> > > > A few hours ago I got her Jyotish chart. I said to

myself, "I

> just

> > > > KNOW that when this report pops up on the screen, the name

> will be

> > > > there." It was. And while I had thought it prior, it nearly

> > knocked me

> > > > off my chair when it actually did.

> > > >

> > > > Mother had named her after her birth star! I challenge

anyone

> to come

> > > > up with a logical reason as to how Mother knew the exact

> date, time

> > > > and location of her birth so well as to name her after her

> birth

> > star!

> > > > If that does not show Mother is keenly aware of all that is

> > > > happpening/happened/will happen to each one of here

children,

> then I

> > > > don't know what is.

> > > >

> > > > I never cease to be amazed each time one of these completely

> > > > mind-numbing acts of synchronicity occur (and so, so many of

> > > > them)...and I wonder, why are there not scientests,

doctors,

> relgious

> > > > leaders, and news stations across the globe shouting about

> this

> > > > amazing avatar who just happens to be gracing our planet at

> the

> > > > moment?

> > > >

> > > > Again, I sit....mouth agape in wonder, trying to process

yet

> another

> > > > wonderous act of Amma in my limited third-dimensional mind.

> > > >

> > > > How incredibly lucky we all are!

> > > >

> > > > Jai Ma!!!!!!!!!!!

> > > >

> > > >

> > > > Ananthasree

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > > Aum Amriteswarayai Namaha!

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > > Beliefs of hinduism

> > > > Different religions beliefs

> > > > Hinduism religion

> > > >

> > > > Ammachi

> > > > Hinduism

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > > â–ª Â Visit your group "Ammachi" on the web.

> > > > Â

> > > > â–ª Â To from this group, send an

email to:

> > > > Â Ammachi

> > > > Â

> > > > â–ª Â Your use of is subject to

the

> Terms of

> > > > Service.

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > >

> > >

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Ammachi, "naaraayana_iyer"

<jaimini.upadesa@g...> wrote:

> Aum Amriteshvaryai Namah

>

>

> One more thing ... you said the name given was Ashwati ...

> there is another star which goes by the name Swati ... and this

> sounds more like it than Aswini.

>

> It is not uncommon in India/Vedic to name kids after the nakshatra.

> Swati, Aswini, Krittika, Chitra, Anuradha, Sravana & Revathi are

> oft used names.

>

 

I thought that Swati, Ashwati, and As(h)wini are all the same star.

It is a dim star in the constellation Ares.

 

Nandu

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Namaste Nandu,

 

Dont wont to get too technical on this list, keeping it short here ...

the constellation Swati extends from 6d 40m in Libra to

20d in Libra, whereas Aswini extends from 0d Aries to 13d 20m in Aries.

 

They are both different!

 

Warm Regards

Narayan

 

 

 

Ammachi, "vallathnkumar" <vallathn@h...> wrote:

> Ammachi, "naaraayana_iyer"

> <jaimini.upadesa@g...> wrote:

> > Aum Amriteshvaryai Namah

> >

> >

> > One more thing ... you said the name given was Ashwati ...

> > there is another star which goes by the name Swati ... and this

> > sounds more like it than Aswini.

> >

> > It is not uncommon in India/Vedic to name kids after the nakshatra.

> > Swati, Aswini, Krittika, Chitra, Anuradha, Sravana & Revathi are

> > oft used names.

> >

>

> I thought that Swati, Ashwati, and As(h)wini are all the same star.

> It is a dim star in the constellation Ares.

>

> Nandu

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Ammachi, "naaraayana_iyer"

<jaimini.upadesa@g...> wrote:

> Namaste Nandu,

>

> Dont wont to get too technical on this list, keeping it short here ...

> the constellation Swati extends from 6d 40m in Libra to

> 20d in Libra, whereas Aswini extends from 0d Aries to 13d 20m in Aries.

>

> They are both different!

>

> Warm Regards

> Narayan

 

You are right, Narayan. Swati is the 15th asterism, and also the

bright star called Arcturus in Bootes. Ashwini and Ashwati are the

same, the first point of Ares. My mistake. (The Malayalam names are

more familiar to me.)

 

Nandu

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