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Kneeling is a basic human position where one or both knees touch the ground. It can be used:

While kneeling, the angle between the legs can vary from zero to widely splayed out, flexibility permitting. It is common to kneel with one leg and squat with the other leg.


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Variations are possible as to which part of the toes touch the ground for a kneeling leg:

While kneeling, the thighs and upper body can be at various angles in particular:

It is common for one leg to be kneeling, while the other leg is:

Genuflection typically requires the heel down version of the squat/kneel combination.

The heel up squat version of the squat/kneel combination is potentially a stage before both legs kneeling.

Socially, kneeling, similar to bowing, is associated with reverence, respect,submission and obeisance, particularly if one kneels before a person who is standing or sitting: the kneeling position renders a person defenceless and unable to flee. For this reason, in some religions, in particular by Christians and Muslims, kneeling is used as a position for prayer, as a position of submission to God, although there were groups such as the Christian Agonoclites which said prayers standing and forbade kneeling. In north Indian Hindu temples, many Hindus kneel before the icon after saying a short personal prayer and usually touch the ground with their forehead. (This is a contrast to south Indian temples, where most people prostrate completely before the icon).

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