Friday, 09 April 2021
Meaning Of Namaste:
Namaste(/ˈnɑːməsteɪ/) is a customary Hindu greeting especially found in the Indian subcontinent. It is also spoken as Namaskar and Namaskaram. It is used for greeting and leaves taking. Namaste is usually spoken with a slight bow and both hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointing upwards, thumbs close to the chest. The meaning of Namaste according to Hinduism is to bow to the divine in you. Namaste gesture is often performed wordlessly. In the spiritual practice of yoga, Namaste is a word that brings about the essence of oneness and understanding of the true nature of reality.
The Indian subcontinent where Hinduism is practice uses this major greeting at the base level. Namaste is a salutation of respect and reverence. It is translated to I bow To You (Namah or names or naman) is the gesture of Anjali Mudra( prayer Position of the hands) not only accompanies the word but synonymous with its meaning. People perform this greeting every time they meet other people in the street, temple, with the elderly people children and teachers also with the guest.
Namaste represents the idea that all the people and happening in this world is one. It means you are made of the same stop.No one is different, everything that exists is one divine consciousness that longs to experience itself in different forms. As human beings give and forgive is in nature. Every person, thoughts, feelings, and experience is the perfect expression of divine awareness. This simple method of wisdom, joining the hands together is the teaching that says your spiritual practice is the art and act of remembering who you are and what you can achieve.
It is famous for tourists visiting the Mountains. Every time you meet new people you will be greeted with Namaste. It is respecting the guest and new friend. People find you and the divine inside you are unique and you possess lots of wisdom and kindness. It is a simple greeting technique that is famous all over the mountain settlement. Even children, sick and socially boycott, elderly, mad, sportsman and every people in the mountain take this greeting wisely. They feel happy and they find that you belong to them and they belong to you. We recommend you to use this greeting when you meet new people during trekking time.