Mudras are symbolic or ritual gestures in Hinduism and Buddhism. It’s an ancient science based on energy of our body. According to the Science of Mudra, the secret of good health lies in the hands, fingers and Mudras which can be performed with the help of fingers. A particular kind of energy or Electro-Magnetic waves or the electricity of the body (aura), is continuously emitted from our hands. We can heal our self by practicing of some Mudras. Daily practice of Mudras is an effective intervention in the treatment and management of back pain, joint pain, tinnitus, allergies and exhaustion. These Mudras do not require a dedicated place of practice, nor require any specialized equipment or resources and are easy to perform and non-inventiveness, they are a promising intervention for the treatment of a variety of health conditions. In Yoga Mudras are used in conjunction with pranayama (yogic breathing exercises), generally while seated in Padmasana, Sukhasana or Vajrasana pose, to stimulate different parts of the body and mind, and to affect the flow of Prana in the body. We have five kinds of Mudras Hasta, Mana, Kaya, Bandha and Adhara mudras.