Samayukta Hasta Viniyoga Sloka With Meaning.

Anjali Hasta Viniyoga
Anjali

Viniyoga sloka:

“DevataguruVipranaam  Namaskaraepyanukramaat|

Karyas shiromukhorastho  Viniyoganjalibhrude||”

 Uses: This hasta is to be held on the head in the salutation of deity, between face and breast for elders, teachers and brahmins.

 

Kapota Hasta Viniyoga
Kapota

Viniyoga sloka:

“Praname gurusambhashe vinayangekruteshvayam|”

Uses: This hasta is used in the salutation, addressing a teacher, agreement and acceptance.

 

Karkata Hasta Viniyoga
Karkata

Viniyoga sloka:

“Samoohaagamanae Tumdadarshanae Shankhapoorane |

Angaanaam Motane Shaakhonnamaane cha Niyujyate||”

Uses: This hasta is used to address number of people or things, showing belly, filling conch shell with wind, twisting or stretching of limbs, pulling down a branch.

 

Swastika Hasta Viniyoga
Swastika

Viniyoga sloka:

“Samyogena Swastikakhyo Makarae viniyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote a Crocodile.

 

Dola Hasta Viniyoga
Dola

Viniyoga sloka:

“Naatyarambhe Prayoktavyam Iti Natyavidho vidu|”

Uses: This hasta is used at the beginning of Natya.

Pushputa Hasta Viniyoga
Pushpaputa

Viniyoga sloka:

“Neeraajenavidhou baala vaariPhaladikrehanaepi cha|

SandhyayaamMardhyadaane cha Mantrapushpe cha yujyathae||”

Uses: This hasta is used lamp offering in front of deity, act of adoration, holding water, fruits, offering of flowers.

 

Utsanga Hasta Viniyoga
Utsanga

Viniyoga sloka:

“Aalinganae cha laggayaam Angadaadipradarshanae|

Baalanaamshikshane chayaamUtsango yujyatae karaha||”

Uses:This hasta is used to embrace someone, showing armlets and other ornaments, teaching children.

Shivalinga Hasta Viniyoga
Shivalinga

Viniyoga sloka:

Viniyogastu tatsyva Shivalingasya darshanae|”

Uses: This hasta is used denote Shivalinga(Lord Shiva).

Katakavardhana Hasta Viniyoga
Katakavardhana

Viniyoga sloka:

“Pattabhishaekae Poojayam Vivahadishu Yujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote coronation, worshipping and marriage.

Kartariswastika Hasta Viniyoga
Kartariswastika

Viniyoga sloka:

“Shakhaasu chadriShikhare Vruksheshu cha Niyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used show branches, hill tops and trees.

Shakata Hasta Viniyoga
Shakata

Viniyoga sloka:

“Raakshasaabhinaye prayah Shakato Viniyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote demon(to play role of demon).

Shankha Hasta Viniyoga
Shankh

Viniyoga sloka:

“Shankhaadishu Prayojyosyamithyahu Bharataadayaha|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote conch-shell(shankha).

 Chakra Hasta Viniyoga
Chakra

Viniyoga sloka:

Chakrahastassa vigneyachakrarthe viniyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote Chakra.

 Samputa Hasta Viniyoga
Samputa

Viniyoga sloka:

Vastvaacchchade Sampute cha Samputahkara Eeritaha|”

Uses: This hasta is used to show secret,covering things and to represent a box.

 

 Pasha Hasta Viniyoga
Pasha

Viniyoga sloka:

Amyomyakalahe Paashe Shrudakhalaayaam Niyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to represent mutual dispute,quarrel,a string and a chain.

Kilaka Hasta Viniyoga
Kilaka

Viniyoga sloka:

Snehe Narmanulaape cha kilako Viniyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to show affection,playful or humorous talk.

 Matsya Hasta Viniyoga
Matsya

Viniyoga sloka:

Etasya Viniyogastu Sammato Matsyadarshane|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote fish.

 Kurma Hasta Viniyoga

Viniyoga sloka:

Kurma

Koormahastasya vigneyaha Koormarthe Viniyujyate|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote tortoise.

 Varaha Hasta Viniyoga
Varaha

Viniyoga sloka:

Etasya viniyoga Syadvaraharthapradarshane|”

Uses: This hasta is used to denote pig.

Garuda Hasta Viniyoga
Garuda

Viniyoga sloka:

Garudo Garudarthe cha Yujyate Baratagame|”

Uses:This hasta is used to denote Garuda(Bird).

Nagabandha Hasta Viniyoga
Nagabandha

Viniyoga sloka:

“Etasya viniyagastu Nagabandhe hi sammataha|”

Uses:This hasta is used to denote pair of snake,creepers.

 Katva Hasta Viniyoga
Khatva

Viniyoga sloka:

Khatvahastobhavedeshaha Khatvaadishu Niyujyate|”

Uses:This hasta is used to show cot/bed.

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Bherunda Hasta Viniyoga
Bherunda

Viniyoga sloka:

Bherundae pakshi Dampatyobherundo yujyate karaha|”

Uses:This hasta is used to denote a pair of birds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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