Kadaga qMudra is the eleventh hand gesture of the 28 single-hand mudras. The Kadaga mudra is formed by bending the thumb finger of your right hand behind and fold the middle fingers together along with your little finger and rise your little finger little bit so the kadaga mudra has been formed. There should be a little gap between the thumb and your middle fingers this will appear like the crab. This symbol is used to hold the knife, Ankusa, Paasa, Bow, and arrow.
We can see this symbol in the hand of all Hindu god and goddess statue. Wooden made carvings and the statues have this mudra in realistic and also can be seen in stone and Brass and bronze.