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Why do we say Namaste ?

The word “ namaskar (नमस्कार) has been derived from the Sanskrit word Namah”नम:” that means paying salutation to others. Namaste is a Vedic Hindu greet and more traditional way of showing respect to others even today. By bringing the palms together before the face or chest and bowing to elders.NamasteThe importance of Namaste Yoga has a ton to do than the standard Namaste welcome. On the off chance that you need to profit by the word Namaste, at that point you need to think about a lot of things
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How to start a home yoga practice?

9078804465?profile=originalOne of the best aspects of yoga is that you don’t need loads of equipment to start your practice. As long as you are committed towards your practice yoga is accessible and it is inexpensive too. Although there are lots of perks of practicing yoga at a studio like there will a someone to observe you always and you got to meet a lot of practitioners. Also, you will learn a variety of yoga sequence and that is something one shouldn’t ignore.
However, sometimes getting ready and drive all the way th

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To develop muscle strength, you can practice the following Yoga exercises once or twice a week before the classical Asanas. Good muscle strength is a good antidote against back problems, neck problems and all kinds of joint problems. Good muscle strength develops self confidence and courage.

Surya Namaskar for muscle strength: Navasana Variations for developing the abdominal muscles:
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