Peepal tree is considered to be sacred by the followers of Buddhism, Jainism, & Hinduism. Lord Krishna said, "Among the trees I am Ashwattha
The cultural norms on menstruation are often made up of traditional associations with an evil spirit, shame and embarrassment.
Walking backwards is already practically dangerous in real life and on top of that having a superstition about it is no news.
If pregnant women are about to gaze at the sky during the solar eclipse, she will lead to miscarriage or any deformities in the baby.
Gemstones have a special significance in the Vedic Astrology, traditionally known as Hindu Astrology.
In India cow dung and cow urine are considered sacred things. Many Hindus believe that drinking the urine of cows is good for health.
Six Hundred and Sixty-Six, “Number of the Beast”. In the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, chapter 13:17-18.
The Chinese have the tales of the dragon which eats up the sun and moon, during the eclipse.
Know the Secret science behind a common Hindu Practise of not eating meat.
It is believed that if an individual sleep facing the North, he or she might experience bad dreams during the night.
Know the True Cultural and Scientifical Reason behind Putting Sindoor
Sneezing in different cultures have a different set of beliefs about it.
A foot of hare or rabbit is one of those lucky-charms mostly used in the English-speaking countries (specifically the US and Great Britain)
“You will face your own karma someday” and “you get what you give, whether it’s good or bad” and so many other things related to karma.