. Moon-?a?in, that which has a rabbit (Ab.2.1), candra, lit. that which is bright; candramas (BAB.2.32-33, ex.13); ni?¯ an¯ atha, litt

R. Sun, 1); sahasramar¯ ?ca); S¯ urya (BAB.2.32- 33),savit . r . (Ab.2.32-33, ex. 7); bharttur divasasya, dinabharttur 5 " lord of the day" (idem, ex. 9); bh¯ anu (a ray of light, by extension) (idem, ex.12) divasakara, litt. maker of days (idem. ex.13); arka, vedic ray of light (idem, ex.14); bh¯ asvat " with lustre, May¯ ukham¯ ala

. Wednesday, Mercury day) jñav¯ ara, r¯ atreh . p¯ atustanujadivasa, litt. the son of the protector of the night (the moon) (ex.12), budhadivasa (resolution of ex

. Thursday, Jupiter day) j¯ ?vav¯ ara (ex.12)

. Friday, Venus day) ?ukrav¯ ara (ex.12)

. Saturday, Saturn day) ?anai?carasya divasa (ex.14) sunday (sun day) s¯ uryadina (com. preceding example 12). CHAPTER, p.36

T. Brahm¯, Brahm¯ a is said to be born from a lotus growing out of Vis . n . u's navel

L. Ka, would have arised from the interpretation of a vedic verse: 'Who (ka) knows whence this creation was born?', later interpretated as: 'The god ka knows whence this creation was born