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From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, composed by Rishi ViswAmitra, finally was able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here along with providing a SS. The section, where this verse is found, is entirely dedicated into depicting the Achamana Vidhi:

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Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, composed by Rishi ViswAmitra, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here along with providing a SS. The section, where this verse is found, is entirely dedicated in depicting the Achamana Vidhi:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, composed by Rishi ViswAmitra, finally was able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here along with providing a SS. The section, where this verse is found, is entirely dedicated to depicting the Achamana Vidhi:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

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From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, composed by Rishi ViswAmitra, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here alongwith givingalong with providing a SS. The section, where this verse is found, is entirely dedicated in depicting the Achamana Vidhi:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here alongwith giving a SS:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, composed by Rishi ViswAmitra, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here along with providing a SS. The section, where this verse is found, is entirely dedicated in depicting the Achamana Vidhi:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

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From an Upasmriti called the ViswamitraViswAmitra Smriti, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here alongwith giving a SS:

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Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitahprakirtitam ||

"Angulitrayam"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the Viswamitra Smriti, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here:

Angulitrayam samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitah ||

"Angulitrayam samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

From an Upasmriti called the ViswAmitra Smriti, finally able to get an accurate textual description of how to form this so called Gokarna Mudra. And, from this textual description it's quite easy to form the Mudra.

It's there in a verse found on pp 14 of that PDF (which is in Sanskrit only). I am simply transliterating the needed verse here alongwith giving a SS:

enter image description here

Angulitraya samyuktam muktAngushtha kanishthakam |
GokarnAkritirityAhu brAhmakarma prakirtitam ||

"Angulitraya samyuktam" - So, the three fingers (angulitrayam), the index, the middle and the ring finger, must be attached/joined (samyuktam) with each other.

"muktAngushtha kanishthakam" - but the Angushtha (or the thumb) and the KanishthA (or the little finger) must be free (mukta) from the association of the three fingers mentioned above.

So, I now know how to form this Mudra and my problem has been solved.

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