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Padasvastika, aka: Pada-svastika; 1 Definition(s)

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The Padasvastika-asana is an Asana (position of body). The weight is supported on one leg, while the other leg is crossed in front of it, lightly supported by the toes. It is a position which represents benevolent tranquility and relaxation and which is particularly common for Krishna when he is playing the flute.

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