The Equinox happens in the east as spring, but you invoke the northern direction. The last group of
the first line (right side) of the Kabul Manuscript deva-hu becomes deva in the word devaya.
citra-zikhaNDadhara m. wearing various tufts of hair (Vishn2u) , Vishn2 iic , 65.

citra-zikhaNDin m. pl. `" bright-crested "' , the 7 R2ishis (Marici , Atri , An3giras , Pulastya , Pulaha , Kratu , Vasisht2ha [MBh.
xii Ba1lar. x , 98 ; Vis3va1-mitra , i , 27]) Ra1jat.i , 55 ; %{-NDi-ja} m. `" son of An3giras "' , the planet Jupiter L. ; %{-NDi-prasUta}
m. id. L.

zikhin mfn. having a tuft or lock of hair on the top of the head Gaut. MBh. &c. ; one who has reached the summit of knowledge
BrahmUp. ; proud MW. ; m. a peacock RPra1t. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c. ; `" having flame "' , fire or the firegod Gr2ihya1s. Ya1jn5. MBh.
&c. ; the number `" three "' (from the three sacred fires) VarBr2S. ;
N. of Ketu (the personified descending node) VP.  

zikhAvat ind. like a crest MW. -2.

zikhAvat mfn. flaming , burning S3is3. ; pointed Kull. on Mn. i , 38 ; m. fire Kir. ; a lamp W. ; a comet or the descending node L.
;

zikhaNDin mfn. wearing a tuft or lock of hair , tufted , crested (applied to various gods) AV. MBh. R. ; m. a peacock Ka1v. Pur.
Katha1s. ; a peacock's tail L.   of a R2ishi or Muni (one of the seven stars of the Great Bear ; cf.
%{citra-z-}) W.

Jyestha is the first part of
spring and phalguna is
the month of winter.

aindra mf(%{I})n. (fr.
%{indra}) , belonging to or
sacred to Indra , coming or
proceeding from Indra ,
similar to Indra AV. TS. VS.
S3Br. Mn. &c. ; m. (scil.
%{bhAga}) that part of a
sacrifice which is offered to
Indra R.   N. of the lunar
mansion
Jyesht2ha1 L. ;
a species of cucumber
Bhpr. Car. ; Cardamom L. ;
misfortune L. ; (%{am}) n.
the lunar mansion
Jyesht2ha1 VarBr2S. ;
zizirasamaya m. =
%{-kAla} Cat.
zizira mf(%{A})n. (prob.
connected with %{zyai} ,
%{zIta} &c.) cool , chilly ,
cold , frigid , freezing R.
VarBr2S. &c. ; m. n. cold ,
coolness , hoarfrost , dew
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; the cool
or dewy season
(comprising two months ,
Ma1gha and Pha1lguna ,
or from about the middle of
January to that of March ;
cf. %{Rtu}) AV. &c. &c. ; m.
N. of the seventh month of
the year (accord. to one
reckoning) ; of a mountain
R. Hariv. Pur. ;

zizirAtyaya m. `" close of
the cool season "' , spring
R.

Phalguna is the last month
Visva-mitra and
Induzikhara are sitting
in the Bhadra Yogi
posture, this is a
hidden meaning
Bhadra the month.
Vayu  N. of the fourth Muhu1rta ; a
mystical N. of the letter %{ya}

Vayu is  svAti f. (of unknown
derivation) N. of the star Arcturus (as
forming the 13th and 15th lunar
asterism ; also %{svAtI4} pl.
%{svAtyaH}) AV. &c. &
Since the ascending node is
the point of intersection
between the ecliptic and the
plane of the lunar orbit where
the Moon is ascending from
the South to the North, it is
sometimes called the North
node. In ancient European
texts, it is referred to as the
dragon's head (Caput
Draconis, or Anabibazon).
The symbol of the ascending
node is U , the astronomical
and astrological symbol for
the Dragon's head. Similarly
the descending node is the
point where the Moon is
descending from the North
hemisphere to South
hemisphere, and is
sometimes referred to as
South node. It is also known
as the dragon's tail (Cauda
Draconis, or Catabibazon),
and its symbol is the inversion
of that of the ascending node:
U+260B.svg. Note that the
so-called North node may in
fact lie South of the South
node in the course of the
nodal cycle.
Below the meaning of the seal is
a family name or Gotra that has
an associated   astronomical
date.

zikhaNDin
R2ishi or Muni (one of
the seven stars of the Great Bear ;
cf. %{citra-z-}) W.mfn. wearing a tuft
or lock of hair , tufted , crested
(applied to various gods) AV. MBh.
R. ; m. a peacock Ka1v. Pur.
Katha1s. ; a peacock's tail L.