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Bhujapidasana (भुजपीडासन)

Bhujapidasana (Sanskrit: भुजपीडासन; IAST: Bhujapīḍāsana) or Shoulder pressing posture is an asana. The name of this asana comes from Bhuja (Sanskrit: भुज) meaning "arm" or "shoulder", Pīḍa (Sanskrit: पीडा) meaning "pressure" and Asana (Sanskrit: आसन) meaning "posture". Bhujapidasana is an arm supported asana in which the base of support are the palms

Bakasana (बकासन)

Bakāsana (Sanskrit: बकासन, Crane Pose), often used interchangeably with Kakasana (Sanskrit: काकासन, Crow Pose) is an asana. In all variations, Crane/Crow is an arm balancing asana in which hands are planted on the floor, shins rest upon upper arms, and feet lift up. Etymology:- The two names for the asana come from

Astavakrasana (अस्तवक्रसन)

Astavakrasana (Sanskrit: अस्तवक्रसन; IAST: Aṣṭāvakrāsana), Eight angled Pose or Astavakrasana is an asana. The pose is dedicated to the sage Astavakra, the spiritual guru of King Janaka. It is told that when the sage was in his mother's womb, his father Kagola made several mistakes while reciting the Vedas. Hearing these,

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