In the katakamukha pose when the forefinger is completely stretched out, it is called Suci Hasta. 

Suci Hasta is preferred to indicate 'One Supreme Brahman', centum, solar disc, city, the worlds, in sense of supportive statements such as 'may it be', conditional statements such as 'as-so', loneliness, threatening, becoming slim, twig, body, amazement, matted locks, umbrella, competency, palms, tresses, beating the drums, circular movement of potter's wheel, a disc, enquiry and culmination of the day. 

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