The Sanskrit name Surya refers to the sun and Namaskar means ‘salutation’. In Yoga, the sun is represented by Pingala or Surya Nadi, the Pranic channel which carries the vital, life-giving force. Namaskar is an effective way of loosening up, stretching, massaging and toning all the joints, muscles and internal organs of the body. Parvatasana(mountain pose) Take the left foot back beside the right foot. Simultaneously, raise the buttocks and lower the head between the arms, so that the back and legs form two sides of a traingle. The legs and arms should be straight in the final position. Try to keep the heels on the floor in the final pose and bring the head towards the knees. Do not strain. The awareness may be kept on relaxing the hips or on the throat region. The Department of Posts is pleased to release a set of twelve Commemorative postage stamps depicting different asanas of “Surya Namaskar” on the occasion of International Yoga Day, on 20.06.2016.
20-06-2016: Parvatasana Surya Namaskara A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782313007 Category: Stamps
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Yoga Surya Namaskar
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