Tamil only two stars are prefixed by the word “Thiru” which means “the
most respected.” One is Thiruvadirai and the other is Thiruvonam.
Thiruvadirai is Bétalgeux. This star represents Shiva. The other star indicates Maha Vishnu.
The deity who presides is Rudra Betalgeux stars, which is Shiva.
This star could easily be seen in the sky because of their size and relatively close distance from the earth.
to Sir James Jeans, the famous author of “Mysterious Universe”, the
star Betalgeux is so bulky that can contain two crores and fifty lakhs
of spheres the size of our sun. And the sun is thirteen lakhs times greater than our earth. Such is the enormous size of Betalgeux.
is so hot in nature, an observer precisely described the star after
seeing a 100-inch telescope at the Mount Wilson Observatory in America
as well: “I saw it burn, how many millions of soles became l ‘A roaring of this incredible burning oven during the night, burning
forever and forever, until the incalculable days of days no longer makes
This is the third brightest star in the sky.
Hindus Puranas give the name Manmada by the God of Love. Manmada is identified as Sagittarius in the sky.
can see the disappearance of Sagittarius, which is Manmada, on the
horizon of the West as Rudra – Betalgeux – rises to the east. This was effective and colorful described in puranic through a simple story.
The Puranas say Manmada is immediately burned and burned to ashes
instantly as the burning Rudra – Betelgeux – pink and extended his
fierce look on the offensive cupido.
This episode is sung gloriously from time immemorial to this day in all corners of India. The dancers with their imaginative skills captured this beautiful scene and breed each step to this day.
In the Puranas, we find that the demonic forces are always 180 degrees opposite to that of the divine forces.
The sky is divided in 360 degrees and the divine forces always triumph
over the demonic forces that are always exactly opposite to them.
Thus, Ardra is one of those glorified by the Puranas stars, Lord Shiva instantly burnt the passion of evil.
This is called Kama Dahanam which means the passion of burning evil.
Mahabharata describes the burning of Khandava forests.
Valmiki Ramayana describes as Hanuman burned the city of Sri Lanka.
Napoleon described the historical fire of Moscow in 1812 as “the most
ferocious, beautiful and the most sublime sight the world has ever
These are all descriptions of terrestrial fire from a much smaller area.
When we think of burning and burning perennial billions and billions of years in the sky, we have been stunned.
We remember this great Betalgeux in our daily life through a little story of Purana.
Look at the sky, then read the Puranas. We
can understand puranic stories in a better way where the real meaning
is hidden in immense, endless, limitless and immeasurable space.
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