Indians do believe in a lot of superstitions. No matter how logicless they seem. But you might be surprised to know there is a scientific logic of all these Indian superstitions that exist in our society. Whether its the red chilies hanging on your doors or a black cat crossing your way, today we are here with all the scientific logic behind these superstitions.
Presenting, Surprising Scientific Logic Behind Indian Superstitions:
1. Red Chillies Hanging On Doors.
Explanation: Red Chillies along with lemon are hanged at the front door because it works as the best natural pesticide. It kills all the harmful microbes entering your house.
2. Throwing Copper Coins In Rivers.
Explanation: Copper absorbs the harmful toxins present in the water. It was specifically preferred for ancient times when people used to drink water directly from the river but now they are responsible for the pollution.
3. We are not allowed to step out or eat anything during the eclipse.
Explanation: The sun emits harmful UV rays during the eclipse so stepping out and eating anything could be proved to be harmful to you.
4. Falling Of Lizard On A Person Is Considered As Misfortune
Explanation: Lizards release poisonous substances in order to protect themselves from enemies, and that is the reason why it is considered bad.
5. Feeding Curd Before Going To For Something Important Brings Goodluck
Explanation: Eating curd before going out helps us keep our stomach cooler. And cooled stomach makes us concentration and mood better and that results in better productivity.
6. Should Never Sweep After Sunset Because It Brings Poverty
Explanation: In ancient times when there were no lights and electricity so the chances of sweeping your valuables mistakenly in the night were there. Therefore they preferred sweeping only in daylight.
7. Eating Tulsi Leaves Could Make Goddess Tulsi Angry
Explanation: Tulsi leaves contain a high amount of Arsenic and that could cause serious damage to your tooth enamel.