In Mayura Hasta, the tip of the ring finger and the tip of the thump should touch each other while other fingers are straight touching each other. 

Mayura Hasta is used in depicting peacock head/neck, creeper, bird, spewing (to throw out), parting of the locks, ornamenting forehead with a mark, dispersing water of rivers or dispersing holy water, knowledge or dialects of scriptural texts and something famous.

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