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Vajrasana (Sanskrit: वज्रासन; IAST: vajrāsana), Thunderbolt Pose, is a kneeling asana in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. Medieval texts describe a variety of poses under this name.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words vajra, a weapon whose name means “thunderbolt” or “diamond”, and asana (आसन, āsana) meaning “posture” or “seat”.
The name Vajrasana denotes a medieval meditation seat, but its usage varied. The 15th century Hatha Yoga Pradipika called it a synonym of Siddhasana, where one of the heels presses the root of the penis; according to Yoga-Mimamsa III.2 p.135, this explains the reference to the vajra weapon.
The 17th century Gheranda Samhita 2.12 describes what Light on Yoga calls Virasana, with the feet beside the buttocks, while in other texts Vajrasana appears to mean the modern kneeling-down position, with the buttocks resting on the feet. The yoga scholar Norman Sjoman notes that Light on Yoga is unclear here, as its account of Laghuvajrasana has the knees and feet together, but it does not describe the basic Vajrasana.