Is our position that when we look up at the sky at night, all the twinkling luminaries are only reflecting the one sun’s light?
Here are some points that may be relevant:
1. The relevant Sanskrit of this verse is naksatranam aham sasi. “Among naksastras, I am the moon.”
In the standard Sanskrit-English dictionary, ‘naksatra’ first means, “a star or any heavenly body.” It also means “an asterism or constellation through which the moon passes, a lunar mansion.” [Continue reading] The Sun, Moon, Stars and Bhagavad-Gita