Utkatasana - Wikipedia
The name comes from the Sanskrit words utkaṭa (उत्कट) meaning "wild, frightening, above the usual, intense, gigantic, furious, or heavy", and āsana (आसन) meaning "posture" or "seat".. The modern chair-like pose is said to originate with Krishnamacharya. An older version of the pose, with the yogin squatting lower down on to the heels, is shown in the 19th century Sritattvanidhi.
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