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Namaskar: Avoid Shake Hands to Protect From Coronavirus Outbreak. Read How?

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Minimum 26 positive cases of Coronavirus have been reported in India. While 11 people have died in the US from Coronavirus so far.


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An appeal is being made for cleanliness and caution after new cases of coronavirus are reported in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also suggested several measures in this meeting and he has also appealed to his social media account to take precautions.

Many experts and doctors says that “Most of the infections are spread through hands, so it is advisable to do ‘Namaskar’ (Namaste) instead of shaking hands“. In Indian culture, hi, hello and a handshake, instead of joining hands, there has been a tradition of Namaskar’ (Namaste) from time to time. There are many more benefits to ‘Namaskar’.

Often after meeting each other, people join hands to greet, and some people even hug to show more warmth. But due to Coronavirus, people are far from embracing; they are also avoiding shaking hands. The reason that Coronavirus is spread by physical contact. In such a situation, people are doing ‘Namaste’ from far away instead of joining hands to greet.

The most popular and archaic tradition of salutation in Indian culture is ‘Namaskar’. This currency has been in circulation for thousands of years to show respect to the person in front. By saying Namaste, we pay tribute to our parents, elders or teachers. You can greet both times when meeting a person and taking them off.

 

Benefits of Namaskar:-

  • The continuous practice of Namaskar Mudra calms the mind.
  • Namaskar pose makes the body a little happy and soft.
  • Namaste Mudra cures diseases related to sleep and lethargy.
  • By doing the salutation Mudra, the diseases of the eyes are eliminated and the eyes become sharp.
  • The continuous practice of Namaskar Mudra calms the mind.
  • Namaskar (Mudra) pose makes the body a little happy and soft.
  • Namaste (Mudra) pose cures diseases related to sleep and lethargy
  • By doing the salutation Mudra, the diseases of the eyes are eliminated and the eyes become sharp.

While bowing, our back should be bent forward. The palms should be in the middle of the chest and should be joined together. The fingers of the hands should be towards the sky. This posture is called Namaskar. With this situation, we express our respect by speaking Namaste, Namaskar or Pranam. Greeting brings good mood and gives success in work. It also removes laziness.

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