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PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')


26. MUKULA (bud)

26. MUKULA (bud)

The thumb and fingers are brought together so as to show their tips.

The fingers of the Padmakosa hand are brought together.

It originates from the Scion of the Wind (Hanuman), when he attempted to seize the Sun, mistaking it for a ripe bimba fruit.

Its sage is Visakhila,

its race is Sankirna,

its colour is tawny,

its patron deity is the Moon.

PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')


PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')

Viniyogas (Meanings)

Kumudae bhojanae

Panchabanae mudradi dharanae

Nabhao cha kadalipushpae

Yujyathae mukula karaha

  1. To show the flower Lilly
  2. Eating
  3. Cupid, Kama-deva with 5 arrows
  4. smearing sacred marks on the body
  5. Belly button
  6. Banana Flower

PATAKA HASTA ('Flag')

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



 


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