Sisumara is represented as the host of stars and constellations. Sisumara is said to be a symbol of tortoise, crocodile and dolphin, since it is identical with the zodiacal Makara. Sisumara is also a symbol of the Yoga-meditation of holy Vasudeva or Krishna. Dhruva, the ancient pole-star, is placed at the tip of the tail of this sidereal monster, whose head points southward and whose body bends in a ring.
Higher along the tail of Sisumara are placed the Prajapati Agni and at its root are placed Indra, Dharma, and the seven Rishis or the Great Bear.
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