The thumb and little finger of Sarpasirsa are stretched, while rest of the fingers are closely held and bent perpendicular to them, is called Mrgasirsa Hasta.

Mrgasirsa Hasta is used to indicate nymphs, cheek, wheel, limitation, anxiety, tussle, attire, calling, the tripartite mark on forehead(religious symbol), a deer, lute, rubbing of feet, coveting others wealth, the female reproductive organ, holding umbrella, stepping and summoning one's beloved.

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