There are many types of pranayama. Learn and practise them slowly. Do not try to learn and practise all pranayama of this list, at once and on the first day itself. Pranayama is a tougher practice than the other limbs of yoga.
Sit down in Vajrasana and do normal breathing for five rounds. Focus your attention on your breath.
Breathe in and out rapidly moving the chest area up and down for 20 -25 times in and out, in one round. Keep the abdomen area tucked in when you do this, pushing the navel in.
In dahskhina anuloma pranayama, you will be inhaling the breath through the right nostril and exhaling the breath through the right nostril.
Yogic texts say that there are 72,000 nadis in the human body. Among them, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna nadis are the most important nadis.
In this pranayama, breathe in and out deeply and feel the movement of the air, which is known as prana vayu in yoga, in the area where you have placed the palm. Feel the circulation of the pranic energy in that area.