Mrigashirsa Hand Gesture (Mudra)

January 31st, 2008 by Anjali

Fingers are bent from the knuckles except for the little finger and the thumb which is held straight.

Mrigashirsa

It is used to denote the following:-

  • A Deer’s head
  • Lord Krishna (when held with both hands)
  • Womens cheek
  • A Wheel
  • Fears
  • Quarrel
  • Costume or dress
  • Tripundraka made on the forehead (Tilak on lord Shiva’s forehead)
  • A lute
  • Massage on the feet
  • Female reproductive organ
  • Holding Umbrella
  • Stepping and calling the beloved

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  • 1 Shruti May 27, 2012 at 6:39 am

    Streenamarte Kapole Chakra maryadayorapi
    bheete vivade neepatye aavasech tripundrake
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