Category Archives: Asamyukta Hasta Viniyogas

Trishoola Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga sloka

Bilwa patrae tritwayuktae

Trishoola karaeritaha

Meaning of sloka

Bilwapatre – To show a leaf called Bilwa

Tritwayukte – To show the number 3

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Mukula Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga sloka 

Kumudae bhojanae

Panchabanae mudradi dharanae

Nabhao cha kadalipushpae

Yujyathae mukula karaha 

Meaning of sloka

Kumudae – To show the flower Lilly

BhojanaeEating

Panchabane – Cupid, angel

Mudradidharane – smearing sacred marks on the body Naabhoucha – Belly button

Kadaleepushpe – Banana Flower

Samdamsho Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga sloka 

Udaare Balidanecha

Vranae Keetae Manobhaye Archane Panchavakravye

Samdamshakyobhidheeyate

Meaning of sloka

Udaare To show Generosity

BalidanechaSacrificial Offering

Vranae Wound

KeetaeInsects

ManobhayeFear ArchaneOffering

PanchavakravyeNumber 5

Hamsasyo Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga sloka

Mangalyasutra bandhechapyupadesha

Vinishchayae Romanchae mouktikadoucha

Chitrasamlekhanae thatha

Damshathua jalabindoucha

Deepavartiprasaranae

Nikashae shodhanae mallikadou cha

Rekhavalekhanae malayaamvahanae

Sohambhavanayancha Roopakae

Naasteetivachanechapi Nikashanamchabhavane

Krutakrutyepi Hamsasyaha Eerito Bharatagame

Meaning of Sloka

Mangalyasootrabandhe – Tying the sacred thread of marriage

Upadeshe – Advice

Vinishchaye DecisionRomanche – Excitement

Mouktikadoucha – Pearls & other precious stones

Chitrasamlekhane tatha – DrawingDamshetu – Fly

Jalabindoucha – Drop of water

Deepavarteeprasarane – Wick of the lampNikashe – Polishing

Shodhane – Searching

Mallikadou –Jasmine & other flowers

Rekhavalekhane – Drawing a lineMalayaamvahane – Holding garland

Sohambhavanayancha Roopake – To say ‘i am Brahma’Naasteetivachanechapi – Saying ‘No’

Nikashanamchabhavane – Looking at the polished article

Chatura Hasta viniyoga

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Viniyoga Sloka :

Kastooryam kinchidapyarthae

Swarnataamraadi lohakae

Aardrae khede rasaaswasae lochanae varnabhedakae

Pramanae sarasae mandhagamanae shakaleekrutae

Aasanae ghruta tailadao yujyatae chaturakaraha

Meaning of Sloka

Kastooryaam  – fragrance from kastoori

Kinchidapyarthe – show small quantity

Swarnataamraadilohake – gold and other metals

Aardre – Wetness

Khede – sadness

Rasaaswade – taste

Lochane – eye

Varnabhedake – differentiate color

Pramane – promise

Sarase – romance

Mandhagamane – slow movement

Shakaleekrute –breaking

Aasane – seated

Ghruta – molten butter

Tailadou – oil

Alapadma Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga Sloka :

Vikachaabjae Kapitthadiphalae cha

Aavarthakae Kuchae Virahae Mukurae

Poorna-chandrae Sowndarya-bhavanae

Dhamillae Chandrashalayam Gramae Uddhata kopayoho

Tatakae Shakatae Chakravakae Kalakalaravae Shlaganae

So alapadmashcha Keertito Bharatagamae

Meaning of Sloka

Vikacha-abja – A fully bloomed lotus

Kapittha-diphala – wood apple

Aavarthaka  – circular movement

Kucha  – breast

Viraha – yearning to the beloved

Mukura  – mirror

Poorna-chandra –  full moon

Sowndarya-bhavana – beautiful form

Dhamilla  – hair-knot

Chandra-shala – moon pavilion

Grama  – village

Uddhathakopa  – great anger

Tataka  – pond or lake

Shakata  – cart

Chakravaka –  type of bird

Kala-kalarava – murmuring sound

Shlagana  – praise

 

Kaangulascha Hasta Viniyoga

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Viniyoga Sloka :

Lakuchasyapala Bala-kucha

Kalharaka Chakora Kramuka

Bala-kimkinyam Ghutika-adika

Chataka Nalikera Gantika

Meaning of Sloka

Lakuchasyapala – lakucha fruit

Bala-kucha – young girl’s breast

Kalharaka – white water-lily

Chakora – partridge

Kramuka – betel-nut tree

Bala-kimkinyam – children bells

Ghutika-adika – pill

Chataka – chataka bird

Nalikera – coconut

Gantika – bell