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Padmakosha Hand Gesture (Mudra)

All the fingers are stretched and slightly brought closer to form Padmakosha.

Bharatanatyam Mudra (Hand Gesture) - Padmakosha

Padmakosha Viniyoga shloka:

Falay bilwakapityadau streenam cha kuchakumbhayoho

Avartay kadukay Sthalyam bhojanay pushpakorakay

Sahakarafalay pushpavarshay majarikadishu

Japakusuma bhave ghatarupay vidhanakay

Valmikay kamalay pyanday padmakoshay vidhiyatay

Its used in the following ways:

  • Falay : Fruit
  • Bilwakapityadau: Woodapple (Indicate fruits such as wood-apple and Bel (Bel is a native of India. From time immemorial it has been regarded as a medicinal herb. It is round in shape and resembles a wood-apple. It is of the normal ball-size. It is sweet in taste. It contains a lot of seeds.)
  • streenaam cha kuchakumbhayoho: Bosoms of women
  • Avartay : circular movement
  • kadukay : ball
  • Sthalyam: A vessel
  • bhojanay : To eat
  • pushpakorakay: Bud/ Can be used to show a garland
  • Sahakarafalay : Mango
  • Pushpavarshay:  Flower strewn around
  • Majarikadishu: Cluster of flowers/ bouquet
  • Japakusuma bhave : Offering flowers for worship
  • Ghantarupay : A bell
  • Vidhanakay: An idol
  • Valmikay : Ant Hill
  • kamalay :  A lotus
  • Pyanday: An egg

1 Comment

  1. Shruti

    Phale Bilwakapitadaw Streenanch Kuchakumbayoho
    Vartule Kanduke Stalyam Bhojane Pushpa koshake
    sahakara Phale pushpa varshe majari kaadishu
    japakusuma bhavepi ghanta roopa vidhanake
    valmike kumude ande padmakosho bidiyate

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