As our elders we very superstitious and those genes go on, we also become a bit superstitious, which is okay! Everyone has their own beliefs. But there are some superstitions which make us say “WHAT? REALLY IS THAT YOU BELIEVE IN?”. Alert!! This article is only for those who don’t believe in superstitions.
- Cat Crossing The Road
When a small tini mini cat crosses the road, people stop as if giant Goliath is in front of them. I mean that little creature also has right to rome around, what if that cat is in a mood for a walk like you. I think traffic policemen should hold a cat in their hands and let her cross the road when the light turns red, this would make people follow the rule at least.
- Chappal ulti rakhne se ladai hoti hai
I think even a great scientist have failed to answer this. Like really then according to this World War 1 and 2 might have happened because of this.
- Don’t drink water before leaving the house
I think people are ready to die with thirst but they won’t drink water because it is not good. What if someone faints due to dehydration.
- Sneezed when you were just about to leave
If you sneezed just before you were about to leave then congratulation you have more time to get ready or complete your pending work because you have to wait till you sneeze next.
- Calling from behind
I seriously have no idea why is this considered not good. Okay just imagine you left for the office, you have a very important meeting and you forget the file at home. You reached the office and now looking for it as your boss is standing on your head because you have a meeting in the next 5 mins. Now apshagun will happen because you can’t go home to get the file and you don’t have any soft copy. When you reach home and tell the whole story someone in your family says “beta,humein pta that tum file bhool gye lekin woh awaaz nhi maarte na peeche se isiliye …”
These are just superstitions please don’t take them so seriously, if you want something in your life the only way to get that is work hard but smartly towards it.
Article By: Arpita