The Chakras are thought to vitalise the physical body and to be associated with interactions of a physical, emotional and mental
nature. They are considered loci of life energy, or Prana (Shakti), which is thought to flow among them along pathways called Nadis.
Muladara and Swadistana Chakra is said to be related with Apana Vata, Manipura Chakra with Samana Vata, Anahata Chakra with
Prana Vata and Visudha Chakra with Udana Vata. Vyana Vata is not related to any of the Chakra and Ajna, Sahasrara Chakra has
been related to none of the Vata.
Pranavata governs the function of Budhi, Chita, Indriya situated in the Hrudhaya and Hrudhaya is the Sthana of Anahata Chakra
hence establishing the relation between Anahata Chakra and Pranavata. Important functions of Udana Vata is Vakpravrutti with the
aid of Kanta and Kanta is the Sthana of Visudha Chakra hence establishing relation between Udana Vata and Visudha Chakra.
Samana Vata is Agni Samipastha which is at the level of Nabhi and Nabhi is the Sthana of Manipura Chakra hence establishing the
relation between Manipura Chakra and Samana Vata. Apana Vata Karma is Niskramana of various entities from Linga and Guda
Dwara and both this structures are the Sthana of Swadisthana and Muladhara Chakra, hence establish the relation between Apana
Vata and Muladhara Chakra.