Indian superstitions and the reason behind themMost of the Indian superstitions seems senseless, however they have a great meaning behind that.
Here I'm going to give some examples, hope you aware of it and consider them scientifically not superstitiously.
1. Eating sweet curd before going out for good luck.
- It helps oneself to be cool and calm
2. Don't go nearby banyan tree during night.
- To be safe from excess inhaling of carbon dioxide.
3. Taking bath after attending a funeral.
- To be safe from infection from the deceased.
4. Don't stepping out during an eclipse
- To avoid harmful to eye and eyesight.
5. Swallow Tulsi leaves, don't chew
- To prevent degradation of the enamel from the arsenic in tulsi.
6. Not to sleep north facing head
- To prevent from cardiovascular diseases that causes due to asymmetric earth's magnetic field.
Members let us know if you know any more Indian superstitions with any scientific reasons.