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PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')


22. BHRAMARA (bee)

22. BHRAMARA (bee)

The second finger and thumb touching, the forefinger bent, the rest extended.

In other words, the forefinger of the Hamsasya hand is bent.

It originates from Kashyapa, when he was making earrings for the mother of the Devas.

Its sage is Kapila,

its colour is dark,

its race is Khacara,

its patron deity is Garuda.

PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')


PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')

Viniyogas (Meanings)

Bhramarecha shukae yogae

SarasaeKokiladishu bhramarakhyascha

Hastoyam Keerthitho Bharatagamae

  1. honey bee
  2. parrot
  3. meditation
  4. birds like kokila

PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')

Single-hand (asamyukta hasta) gestures or Mudras of Indian Dance



 


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