Some Myths and Facts of Ancient India

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There are always two school of thoughts when it is about myths and facts. One believes in it the moment it gets to know about it, the other tend to have an experience or a logical explanation about the same before agreeing to that myth or fact.

In India, people are superstitious, there are things that are going on from a very long time and even today, everyone tend to follow the same without even giving it a thought as to why is it that we need to follow? Is there any logical explanation about this superstition?

A lot of things has been shown via films about not being superstitious and to believe in oneself, but still there are things that are going on for a very long time, and people just follow it. No matter how much you want to explain it to them, it will be followed.

Here are some interesting myths and facts that are being going on from ages, but no one gave it a thought as to why its been said like that. Now we have some explanation to all those myths and facts.

Some Famous Facts about Old Myths

These explanation are funny, but some of them makes sense too. Let’s see how many of us can understand the logic or lets see if we can come up with some different logic and explanation.

1. Don’t cut your nails at night

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2. Don’t sweep the floor at night

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3. Using Lemon and Chilies to stay away from bad

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4. No cooking in the event of a death in a family

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5. No Hair wash on Tuesdays and Thursdays

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6. Taking a bath after coming back from the funeral

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7. Girls not allowed to visit temples and kitchen during periods

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8. Don’t go out during Solar Eclipse

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Some of them are logical, but a couple of them are funny too. We don’t know what exactly is the logical explanation or what is right and what is wrong. This is an open ended article, and your feedback and answers are most welcome.




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