Yoga Teacher Training Course- 100 names in Sanskrit

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S. No Sanskrit English
Human Body Parts
1. Anga Parts (of the body)
2. Sirsha Head
3. Kapala Skull
4. Mukha Face
5. Netra Eye
6. Agna Eyebrow center
7. Karna Ear
8. Nasika Nose
9. Nasikagra Tip of the Nose
10. Griva Neck
11. Bhuja/ Kandha Shoulder
12. Kaphoni Elbow
13. Manibandha Wrist joint
14. Hasta (or) Kara Hand
15. Kati Vertebral Column
16. Janu Knee
17. Pada Foot
18. Angushta Toe
19. Yoni Vagina
20. Pinda Embryo
21. Garbha Woumb
22. Bala Child
Human Body Movements
23. Sarva All
24. Sanchalana Movement
25. Uttana Lifted/ Raised
26. Uttita Standing
27. Urdhwa Upward
28. Supta Lying
29. Parivritta Revolved
30. Pida Pressure
31. Purva East
32. Paschima West
33. Bandha Tie/ Lock
34. Ardha Half
35. Poorna Full
36. Samana Equal
37. Deerga Long
38. Lola Swing
39. Parigha Cross bar/ Beam
40. Chakra Wheel
41. Nataraja Dancer
42. Nidra Sleep
43. Shava Corpse (or) Dead body
44. Dola Pendulum
Asanas
45. Baka Crane
46. Bhu/ Bhumi Earth
47. Bandha Locks
48. Dhanu Bow
49. Dhouti Vomiting
50. Drishti Focus
51. Garuda Eagle
52. Gow Cow
53. Gupta Hidden
54. Hala Plough
55. Kaki Crow
56. Karma Action
57. Kevala Spontaneous
58. Kona Angle
59. Kriya Cleanse
60. Kukkuta Cockerel
61. Kurma Tortoise
62. Makara Crocodile
63. Marjari Cat
64. Matsya Fish
65. Mayura Peacock
66. Nava Boat
67. Parvata Mountain
68. Pama Lotus
69. Pawana Wind
70. Prana Energy
71. Prasarita Flowing
72. Pranama Salutaion (or) Namaskaram
73. Salaba Locust
74. Sankhya Number
75. Sarpa Snake
76. Setu Bridge
77. Siddha Perfect
78. Swastik Auspicious
79. Tada Palm Tree
80. Ushtra Camel
81. Utkata Chair
82. Vayu (or) Swasa Breath
83. Veera Warrior
84. Vriksha Tree
85. Vyaghra Tiger
Counts
86. Ekam One
87. Dve Two
88. Trini Three
89. Chatvari Four
90. Pancha Five
91. Shat Six
92. Sapta Seven
93. Ashta Eight
94. Nava Nine
95. Dasa Ten
96. Ekadasa Eleven
97. Dwadasa Twelve
98. Tryodasa Thirteen
99. Chatwari Fourteen
100. Panchadasa Fifteen

 

Note: This is prepared for the benefit of beginners of Yoga journey

Prepared by,

Ammu Teacher

 

5 thoughts on “Yoga Teacher Training Course- 100 names in Sanskrit

  • June 29, 2017 at 9:23 am
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    Thank you John

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  • June 29, 2017 at 9:25 am
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    Please use English as the medium of communication.

    Thank you

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  • July 10, 2017 at 12:46 am
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    Your article pelfrctey shows what I needed to know, thanks!

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    • September 23, 2017 at 4:38 am
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      Thank you

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