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Makara (Hindu Mythology)

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. According to Hindu mythology, Makara, a mythical creature, is the vahana of Ganga and Varuna. It is also the insignia of Kamadeva, a god representing love and lust, and Kama's flag (dhwaja) is known as Karkadhvaja, that is, a flag having makara depicted on the flag. Traditionally, a makara is considered to be an aquatic creature, and some traditional accounts identify it with crocodile, whereas some other accounts identify it with dolphin. Still others portray it as a fish body with an elephant's head. The tradition identifies the makara with water, the source of all existence and fertility. In astrology, it is the sign of Capricorn, one of the twelve symbols of the Zodiac.

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. According to Hindu mythology, Makara, a mythical creature, is the vahana of Ganga and Varuna.

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