Tridosha Naashak Surabhi Mudra is Also known as the Kaamadhenu mudra, this mudra balances and co-ordinates the five elements and the three humors of the body. While the effects of this mudra are similar to those of the Tridosha Naashak Samaan mudra, it is much more difficult to perform.
Surabhi means a cow. In fact, Kaamadhenu is a mythological, heavenly cow which is believed to fulfill all wishes. By regularly performing this mudra, the practitioner can succeed in realizing all his dreams and fulfilling all his wishes !
This mudra is formed by joining the tip of ring finger of each hand to the tip of little finger of the other and the tip of index finger of each hand to the tip of middle finger of the other. The two thumbs lie side by side, touching each other. This forms a figure that resembles the four udders of a cow.
30 to 45 minutes every day, either at one stretch or in three parts (i.e., for 10 to 15 minutes, thrice a day).