The meaning of the sanskrit word nata stands for dancer and raja signifies king. Nataraja is also refer to Shiva, who is the Lord, master, creator and almighty of the dance as well as a cosmic dancer. It is said that when Lord Shiva become happy or sad or angry, he used to dance. His dancing represents cosmic energy in its “five actions:” origination, maintenance, and devastation or resorption of the world.
It is pronounced as nah-tah-raj-ah-sa-na.
There is not 1 but many benefits of Natarasana.This asana improves your body balance, develops the power of concentration level, hip muscles and leg muscles are strengthens and toned up, stretches and elongate your shoulders ,thorax, thigh, stomach, groins, provide strengthness to knees, ankle, legs, maximising the respiring capability of the lungs by opening up the lungs and chest, ejects the tenseness in the ankle joint in addition to foot, establishes internal as well as external firmness and steadiness. It infuses a mental arise and unfolds the heart. So it acts actively on intellect, physical structure and soul also, vertebral joints are stretched out thus they may execute advantageously.
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