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    Mudra Bank Loan Yojna or Pradhanmantri Mudra Yojna is a Business loan scheme tailored specifically for small scale businesses. Here, Mudra stands for Micro Unit development and Refinance Agency. The scheme was launched on 8th April 2015 to provide support to small business owners in the country. The scheme operates in three stages– Shishu, Kishore, and Tarun. In the first stage Shishu, loans are provided up to Rs. 50,000. In the second stage Kishore, loans are provided up to Rs. 5 lakh and in the third stage Tarun, loans are provided up to Rs. 10 lakh. The tenure of the scheme is also determined by the Mudra Ltd. as it cannot last more than 36 months and the loan has to be paid within the given time. Mudra Loan is not just about supporting small business owners but it is about creating an…

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    Miracle Of Enlightenment

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    In question 1, looking only in the South and Southeast Asian galleries, looking for a Buddha image whose subject is the Miracle of Enlightenment. I found the Buddha called “Seated Crowned Buddha with Four Scenes of His Life” shows an image of Miracle of Enlightenment. The Buddha is from India and the date of the Buddha is from 1100-1200. The Buddha’s accession number is B60S569. The head is covered by crown, probably it presents that this Buddha was a prince. I also believe that this Buddha is a…

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    Greek Standing Figure

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    The Standing Buddha demonstrates a typical mudra, which is a symbolic hand gesture use in Buddhist sculpture. In this case, the buddha is doing the “fear not” mudra, which represents protection, peace, friendship and the elimination of fear . The mudra also represents a time before Buddhism where it began as a symbol of friendship. Also, when the buddha is viewed at a museum, the observers will see how the buddha’s eyes will follow them no matter where they decide to move. This feature…

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    Haroun, Rashid, Prince Bolo, and a few others spy on a Chupwala named Mudra. “The Shadow Warrior…managed to croak out a few words, ‘Murder’ it said, ‘Spock obi New Year.’ So it’s murder he plans, cried Bolo, putting his hands on the hilt of his sword…Rashid smacked his forehead…He’s been talking to us fluently the whole time.” (Rushdie, 130). From this passage, one sees that Bolo misunderstood Mudra, and thought that he was a threat, even though the Shadow Warrior just wanted to communicate. The…

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    Judah Standing Figure

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    The Standing Buddha demonstrate a typical mudra, which is a symbolic hand gesture use in Buddhist sculpture. In this case, the buddha is doing the “fear not” mudra, which represents protection, peace, friendship and the elimination of fear . The mudra also represents a time before Buddhism where it began as a symbol of friendship. Also, when the buddha is viewed at a museum, the observers will see how the buddha’s eyes will follow them no matter where they decide to move. This feature symbolizes…

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    the body to function at optimum. Now let us take step by step breathing. Abdomen breathing First start with hand mudra, keeping the hand as shown in the figure. Its is breathing up to abdomen level, buffing out your stomach out while inhaling and pull ing inside while exhaling. You have to take a deep breath slowly inhale slowly and exhale slowly. Keeping the hand in this mudra will direct the prana( oxygen) in this part of the body. Chest breathing In this, you are going to puff up your…

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    Matrikas In Greek Mythology

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    whom they emerged out of. Brahmani, who emerged out of Brahma, has four faces just as Brahma does. She holds Akshamala, Sula and Sruva. She also holds her right hand in Abhaya Mudra and left hand in Varada mudra. Her vahan is a swan or hansa, which is also her emblem, and is shown seated on a red lotus. She adorns a Karana Mukuta and usually sits below the palas tree. In another text, the Vishnudharmothra, she is depicted with having six hands simply with the addition of holding the Pustaka and…

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    principles of representation changed over time and the Buddha was eventually represented in a human form, beginning in the first century CE in the region of Mathura and also in Gandhara. New iconography was created to be associated with the Indian Buddha: elongated earlobes, an urna (third eye to represent wisdom), an ushnisha (cranial protuberance), a simple monastic robe, a halo, a mudra (hand gesture), a contemplative expression, and an absence of ornamentation. These artistic characteristics…

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    Roles Of Yoga In Sports

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    practices enjoyed in Yogic literature and handed down in different traditions also go under the name of Yoga. IT IS CLASSIFIED IN TO • ASANAS • PRANAYAMAS • MUDRAS AND BANDHAS • KRIYAS • MEDITATION ASANAS These are special patterns of postures that stabilize the mind and the body through static stretching. Their aim is to establish proper rhythm in the neuromuscular tonic impulses and improve the…

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    The statue depicts Braham wear costume as the monk. Originally Taishakuten was stated as God of war (Indra) of Hindu and Zoroastrianism and Guardian at Buddhism. His sculpture rises his left hands high making 90-degree angle with his body and relaxed his right hands. He gestures sign of Vitarka mudra that this variant of Dharmachaka mudra stand for intellectual debate at both the hands. Braham was a god of Hindu god, too. Braham appears as the creator of the universe. Early Buddhist texts…

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