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Anganyasa Karanyasa, mantras
Anganyasa Karanyasa is the mantras used in the early morning by the Brahmans.
 
 Anganyasa Karanyasa, mantrasAnganyasa Karanyasa is the mantras used in the early morning by the Brahmans. These mantras are uttered with certain motions of their fingers and touching various parts of their bodies.

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(Last Updated on : 21/07/2010)
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