Namaskar is used as a respectful form of greeting, acknowledging and welcoming a relative, guest or stranger. In some contexts, Namaste is used by one person to express gratitude for assistance offered or given and to thank the other person for his or her generous kindness.
Surya means Sun in Sanskrit literature, and the term Namaskara signifies salutation. Thousands of years ago, a great sage Patanjali his fellow disciples created these unique postural and breathing protocols on the Indian subcontinent. They urged all human beings in their everyday lives to perform these yogic practices in front of the Sun for good health, mental, and physical harmony.
The life on the Earth is only possible through the energy from the Sun. Ancient .
The word ‘Namaskar’ is derived from the Sanskrit root word "namaha" meaning paying obeisance (Namaskar) or salutation. It is believed to be started in India as a gesture to respect elders, salute gods, goddesses, Rishis, and so on. There are different kind of mudras that heal different parts of our body.
Steps to do Namaste Mudra
1. Keep your hand on chest in namaste mudra.
2. Fingertips of both hands should touch respective fingers.
3. Certain hollow space is to .