Yama, the restraints and niyama, the observances are the first two accessories of yoga practice. They give a structure to live in a disciplined way.
Practising all asanas is important because the practice brings a handsome body, a wonderful mind and refreshing senses. Regular practice of asanas brings a gradual change, developing positive attitudes.
Swasthika is a kind of mystical mark that is popular among the follower of Sanatana Dharma. Swasthika denotes good luck.
Vira is a hero, a brave, a mighty person. Kurma means a tortoise.
Kukkuta is a cock. Uttana is an act of rising up; resurrection. Dhanus is a bow, a powerful weapon that causes destruction
Matsya means a fish. Paschima means west direction; paschima is referred to as the back or the back part, the hinder part of the body.
Mayura is a peacock. Sava means a corpse, a dead body. Savasana is a posture to relax.
Siddha means accomplished.
Padma is a lotus flower. It is a sacred flower. Simha means lion.
Bhadra means good, happy, prosperous, auspicious, blessed.