Mandukasana

Top 10 benefits of Mandukasana with meaning, their steps, their types and precaution

Mandukasana is derived from Sanskrit word which means a pose of a frog. When we reach the last stage of this pose we resemble the pose of a frog. But why Mandukasana name is given to this position. It is because when this word is joined by 2 words “Maduk” means frog and asana means yoga position. This asana should be practiced on everyday basis if you want to make your internal organ strong. This asana can be done by people of all ages but one should teach this asana to kids at early age as this will be very much beneficial to them. There is another frog like asana which is also called as Bhekasana.