NAMASTE !! : New greeting of the whole world


Yes, instead of Hello or Hi not only Indians but whole of the world is now greeting each other with the most Indian style of greeting. And with the beautiful meaning of “I BOW TO THE GOD IN YOU” its almost the only spiritual form of greeting. The form of greeting each other has been in practice in India since ages and everyone globally is now understanding the importance and the basic sense behind this wonderful greeting in the pandemic age of coronavirus.

Let’s talk about the good deeds of NAMASTE:

Acupressure points compression

Palms of human body are said to have acupressure points related to almost whole of the body. Whenever NAMASTE is done with joining palms firmly with each other, pressure is applied to these points and it ought to keep us healthy.

Prevention from communicating diseases

While other greetings like handshake, high-fiving or hugging includes touching each other, NAMASTE doesn’t involve any kind of touching and is done from a distance as well. So practicing Namaste as the greeting gesture helps you in prevention from any communicable disease which spread by touch.

Flow of positivity

Positive energy is meant to flow whenever our both the hands join each other at palms i.e. the NAMASTE POSE through out our body. Only positive energy is transferred to the other person if you greet them with namaste rather than than the flow of both positive and negative energies if handshake is done.

Paying respect while greeting

Whenever we greet someone with NAMASTE, we join our palms and keep closer to our chest or forehead. The greeter ought to place his/her hands from chest to forehead in order to pay respect as the higher the hands placement higher the respect.

Namaste pose is meant to be highly respectful whenever someone pays homage or tribute to a someone.


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