In Srimad Bhagavatam 5th Canto Chapter 23 translated by AC Bhaktivedanta Prabhupada

The Distances to the Planets -Higher Realms

Vedic Cosmology Decoding the 5th Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam's photo. For Janaloka we add 160,000,000 miles to Maharloka which gives us 271,224,902 and divide by 952,530,892.3 = .284741318

Then multiply by Venus at it’s lowest circumference, which is 9,202,104,012 and divide by ((4,000,000,000 X Pi) / 360) This tells us that Janaloka is at 75.06375149 degrees

For Tapoloka we add 640,000,000 miles to Janaloka and divide by 952,530,892.3 = .956635537

Now multiply by circumference for constellations which is 2,389,453,778 = 2,285,836,398

Now divide by universe divided by 360 or
(4,000,000,000 X Pi ) / 360 ) = 65.48438913 which means Tapoloka is at 65 degrees

When we say that now we know what is the degree we can know circumference by multiplying the circumference of the universe by cos (75.06375149 or by cos (65.48438913 respectively for Janaloka and Tapoloka…

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