Superstitions

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myanmar superstitions

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Superstition of different cultures are interesting in some ways.

Here are some of the Myanmars:-

Don't go underneath a staircase. You will loose your will power.
Don't go under a pole or rope, where women used to hang-dry their longyis. You will loose your will power.
Don't leave a shoe or a slipper up-side-down. It'll cause bad luck.
Don't keep a broken glass or a mirror in homes. Replace the window panes as soon as possible if broken.
Don't wash your hair within a week after a funeral in the neighbourhood.


Don't hit the pot with a ladle after you stir the curry. It's like hitting your parents' head.
Don't hit 2 lids of pots and pans against each other. A tiger may bite you.
Don't feed someone with the palm upward. The food might cause you disorder.
Don't clip your nails at night. Ghosts don't like that.
Don't take kids to dark places. Ghosts may posses them.
Carrying some hairs of an elephant tail will avoid evil.

 

 

 

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