Mudra is a form of expression by the use of fingers of both the hands of a human being. Mudras also mean stamp or seal. The references of Mudra are there in the philosophies of the East as well as in the Yogic practices.
Kundalini Yoga is a kind of physical and meditative yoga which has various techniques of utilizing the senses, mind and body in order to obtain a very peaceful and relaxed link between the soul and the body of an individual.
Hatha Yoga is a yogic practice performed for the purpose of purifying and strengthening the physical and subtle bodies. Hatha Yoga is able to bring about a balance between the human mind and human body.
Kriya yoga is an ancient form of yoga which was reintroduced by Lahiri Mahasay and Paramhansa Yogananda. It is an effective technique that helps the practitioner to have complete control over the forces of life.
Panchamahabhuta in Ayurveda has close association with Ayurveda as it condenses in the living body in three doshas called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Panchamahabhuta is actually defined as the conceptual model which is used by Ayurveda for understanding the principles of nature`s functioning. It is the theory of five great elements of the universe.