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11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019

11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019

“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”— Dale Carnegie


It’s a life lesson from none other than Dale Carnegie regarding true friendship and how to make friends in this world. Friends are the most needed thing in this world as they will help you get BF/GF, help you in break up and even after breakup melodrama.

Agree na?

Here so, a day is finally coming to celebrate friendship. How? Stop making silent love and show your side of friendship towards the men/women of your life whom you called friends. In my opinion, this friendship day celebrates your friendship in the best way ever with gifts and quality times and tell them clearly how important they are in your life. 


Friends Forever

Here, we advise you to what you must not gift to your beloved friends so that they will be fully satisfied with you. So… now is the time to select gifts for all your Raju, Shyam, Kabir, Ananya, and Ankit. Just go through the article to know 11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019.

11. Sharp objects

You must not end up giving something sharp and edgy things to your friends and lovers like scissors or a knife. It is considered as bad luck and believed by superstitions that it severs the relationship between two.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
How to avoid it? Well… giving a price in return of the gift like a coin of something will help you to nourish your bond forever. As per the superstitions and occult encyclopedia. And you can sing a song “If you love me and I love you, no knife could be sharp enough to cut our love in two.”

However, avoid such things. Even if it is bogus… you need not test it with your friends and lovers on this friendship day.

10. Hankies

Most of the gift-giving superstitions are quite literal and have a deep connection in the act and consequences or cause and effect relationship. It made you think twice whether to believe in the superstitions or not.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
For instance, giving a handkerchief as a gift to your beloved friends and lovers signify tears and bad phase to come in their life. So, avoid handkerchiefs as the gift material on this friendship day or it will be used to wipe your affection for your friend.

9. 
Opal

What are opals? Well, a gemstone that has an unlucky history which helps to create many superstitions for this beautiful thing. This unlucky gemstone is always avoided as a gift material unless it is for the October born (birthstone kinda thing), where negative vibes are reversed. 
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019

Furthermore, it is advised not to set an opal in the engagement ring as it is believed of the early widowhood. So… don’t go for opals on this friendship day.

8. Shoes
Do you know how bad luck it is for your friendship and loveship if you gift a pair of shoes to your friends and lovers on this friendship day? It signifies that the shoe receiver will walk out of your life.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
However, not gifting shoes to anyone will be a doom for you as it is believed that you will be shoeless in the afterlife. It is a tough choice to make… whether you like your friends in this life or love to see yourself in shoes, afterlife.

7. Cats Shape things
There’s a superstition dilemma… see. In most of the countries, it is believed that one shouldn’t give cat shape things to their friends and lovers as it signifies violent and sudden death. People avoid it on almost every occasion.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
However, in most of the other cultures, an actual pet cat as a gifts means the friendship bond will be stronger and unbreakable. This friendship day, gift a cat or don’t dare to gift cat-shaped things to your friends.

6. Bad luck colors
The colors have a great impact on our mind and feelings. Thus, the gift selection must include colors. It is said that one should avoid black items as a gift as it signifies bad omen. According to superstitions, black brings death.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
Another example is to avoid red colors in friendship as it means the color of anger and misunderstanding in the relationship. Not even try to do this.

5. Flowers
Flowers are always considered as a love exchange between friends and lovers. There are many types of flowers to show a specific thing and feelings in a relationship. However, one should avoid gifting cut flowers to his beloved ones.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
For instance, giving cut flowers to a sick person don’t go well with his recovery. On the occasion of this friendship day, don’t trade cut flowers and risk your friendship.

4. Peacock feathers

Little you know about the history of peacock feathers so don’t keep it in your house and never ever think of giving it to someone whom you loved. This beautiful thing has the power to evoke the magic of an evil eye.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
3. Mirror

Everyone loves to see himself in the mirror. Right. But no one should consider as a good gift item for your loved once. There’s a very good reason for that as it signifies dissatisfaction in the friendship.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
2. Purse and wallet

You must have heard about the saying that one should purchase a purse with his own money or it is not considered as a good gift. Well… that’s true according to superstition and occult science.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
However, if you want to do this… don’t forget to put a coin inside the purse. It signifies future wealth.

1. Pickles

My girlfriend had asked me for pickles and I denied that and she still loves me like no other. What if I had given her some pickles? Well… according to occult industry… giving pickles as a gift item to your friends and lovers signifies the bitterness in your relationship.
11 traditional gift-giving superstitions in Indian society on Friendship day 2019
And you must not want that. Avoid pickles.. these tasty things are probably not good for health but these are certainly not a good gift.

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