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Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 15

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The central figure is Garuda, whose bent legs (like Surya's a couple of images back) indicate flight. He is carrying Hari, whose name indicates a "tawny" color and who represents one form of Bhagavan. Hari is coming to Brahma's son Kardama to announce the birth of the rishi (the prophet or seer) Kapila, who is part of Bhagavan. At the base are the kumaras, Brahma's sons. They represent the cardinal directions. (N3)

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