While having darshan of a Deity or after meeting a respected individual, our hands automatically join in obeisance. ‘Paying obeisance’ that is doing namaskar (Namaste) is a sattvik impression on the Hindu mind, an act of maintaining the rich heritage of Hindu culture. Paying obeisance is a simple and beautiful act of expression of Divine qualities like devotion, love, respect and humility that bestows Divine Energy. Information on various methods of paying obeisance (namaste) along with the underlying science, aspects to be avoided while paying obeisance and guidance on who obeisance should not to be paid is provided in these articles.
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