Mirugaseeridam Natchathiram consists of three stars and it appears like the Head of a Deer in the sky. This is the one of the seven subha Natchathirams. Parasuramar was born in this Natchathiram. The Adhi deva of this Natchathiram is Chandran (Moon).
Body: Primary colour light green with flower designs in orange colour.
Border: In orange colour at top and bottom
Pallu: Also in orange colour with an image of the Adhideva Chandran (Moon) on ten horses, The symbol of this Natchathiram Head of the deer is also in peedam at right and left sides of the bottom portion
The colours and images preferred in this silk saree are specially to give more health, wealth and prosperity as per the astrological terms.
|Athi deity of the star||:||Chandran|
|Countings of stars||:||Three stars|
|Shape of the star in the galaxy||:||Deer’s Head|
|Colour of the star||:||Orange|
|Colour of the zodiac sign||:||Green|
|Bird of the star||:||Hen|
|Tree of the star||:||Diosphros Ebenum (Karungaali)|
|Animal of the star||:||Oriental Ratsnake (Saarai Snake)|
|Ganam of the star||:||Thevam|
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