What is Namaskar (Namaste)?

What is Namaskar (Namaste)?

Spiritual research into meaning of namaskar (namaste) When we conducted spiritual research into the meaning of namaskar ( namaste ), we found it to be the most spiritually beneficial and sāttvik way to greet another person. These findings were found using the sixth sense. The reasons for this are:

What are the benefits of Namaskar?

Some spiritual benefits of namaskar : While visiting places of worship and viewing (taking darshan of) the Deities, or while meeting an elderly or respected person, Hindus’ hands automatically join in obeisance (namaskaar). Namaskar is a sattva predominant gesture befitting the rich heritage of the Hindu culture.

Does UGC’s circular on Surya Namaskar contradict scientific temper?

The University Grants Commission’s (UGC) circular urging the students to practice ‘Surya Namaskar’ on the occasion of Republic Day allegedly contradicts scientific temper, a student organisation Campus Front of India claimed further politicising the concept that the rest of the world has embraced. Campus Front of India’s Vice President KH Abdul

Is centre trying to divert attention from other issues with Surya Namaskar?

Speaking to Republic TV on this same, National Conference leader Sheikh Bashir criticized the Centre’s decision to impose the practice of Surya Namaskar on the people as it has nothing to do with exercise and the government is only trying to divert other key issues. “The question is that a decision like this cannot be imposed forcefully on peopl…

What is the meaning of Surya Namaskar?

You have heard the word Surya Namaskar so many time and most of you practice Surya Namaskar daily in your Yoga season. So let’s understand its meaning “Surya” stands for the Sun and you know that the meaning of Namaskar very well its means Salutation.

Is Namaskaram a proper salutation?

From the perspective of hygiene, namaskaram is an appropriate form of salutation, since it does not involve any direct physical contact. However, Hindus also touch the feet of elders, teachers, spiritual people and deities as a mark of respect and reverence. Its purpose the same, but it is not considered the traditional namaskaram.