Yogic mudra, associated with the organ of perception – the nose, and accordingly with the element of the earth. Some teachers advise to focus attention on the tip of the nose when practicing mudra and stop prana and apana there (connecting prana and apana). In addition, to the practice of given mudra external (lower) Dvadashanta can lead.

In Shiva-samhita it is mentioned that perfection in bhuchari can be obtained by meditating on Bana-lingam, that is located in anahata-chakra.

Bhuchari is translated as "movement on the ground" and means a certain shakti associated with this; also, this shakti (yogini) – governs given jnanendriya. Sadhakas who gain success in the bhuchari-mudra obtain ability to move on the ground with an incredible speed and control the sense of smell.

The group of yogic mudras, connected with the organs of perception, also includes agochary, khechari, chachari and unmani.

A list of the main mudras can be found here.