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There are five types of weapons that are used in war. The first category is that of yantramukta weapons, released from a machine yantra. This machine may be a launcher or even a bow. The second category is that of panimukta weapons, weapons that are flung by the hand pani.

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There are five types of weapons that are used in war. The first category is that of yantramukta weapons, released from a machine yantra. This machine may be a launcher or even a bow. The second category is that of panimukta weapons, weapons that are flung by the hand pani.

Examples are spears and stones. The third category is known as muktasandharita. These are weapons that can be flung and also withdrawn. The fourth category consists of weapons like swords that are never released from the hand during battle. These are known as amukta weapons. And the last category of weapons consists of brute force and strength. This is of use in bouts of wrestling.

The best form of fighting is that with bows and arrows. Next comes fighting with spears, followed by fighting with swords. Wrestling is the worst form of fighting. Before aiming, the bow dhanusha should be held with the arch pointing down towards the earth.

The arrow vana should be placed against the bow with the head pointing down. The quiver should be at the back. Before releasing the arrow, the bow should be held firm with the left hand and the arrow with the fingers of the right hand. Nor should on get excited. The archer has to be still as a pillar. It is best to pull back the string of the bow upto the right ear. A noose pasha is ten arms in length, with both ends of the weapon being circular. The main body of the weapon is made of rope.

There are eleven different ways in which a noose may be held. A noose must always be flung with the right hand. A sword asi must hang to the left of the waist. When a sword is to be taken out, the scabbard should be grasped in the left hand and the sword should be taken out with the right hand.

There are thirty-two different way in which a sword and a shield may be held.

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Truly very appreciated, Namaste. This Journal has a wide circulation and acclaimed as an authoritative document on Vedic Sciences. Verify the characters on the left From: He gave best education to his dhanurved. Based on your browsing history. Dhanurveda Srikantha Murthy Hardcover Edition: Mainly five categories of weaponry are stated to have been used in the days of yore, viz.

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