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Good Omen, Bad Omen

By Shailendra Chamoli

Omens these days are treated as superstition in the 21st century. It depends on your viewpoint or ideology. Atheists don't believe in any God or godly things, but they do believe in nature. Even if you don't believe in omens, why don't you give a try? Just observe the omens and see the results. Gradually, you will start giving credence to it and ultimately start believing in it.

You're leaving home for an important task, you see a dog and it starts scratching its ears, your job will not be done. However, give a try. Otherwise, its remedy is that you better wait for some time at home and then leave.

It's very common belief that if a dark-coloured cat crosses your way; your job will not be done. It too has the same remedy, come back home and wait for some time and then leave. But if an off-white cat crosses your path, it's quite lucky.

Another commonly believed bad omens are: If you're going for an important task, somebody in family or in the neighbourhood sneezes, you may not accomplish your job. If you encounter somebody and he or she asks where are you going? is also a bad omen. Or somebody calls you at the back; even then you may not be able to get your job done

It's common belief that if crow …repeatedly at your roof top or in your courtyard, its an indication that some guests are coming to your home. Be prepared to welcome your guests. Guests are gods. (Atithi devo bhava).

If a 'nevala'/mongoose crosses your path or you have seen nevala/mongoose while going for an important task, your job will definitely be done.

If you happen to hear the voice of a koel, it's a good omen. But if you happen to see koel, then it's a bad omen. Never try to see the bird, just listen to its melodic voice.

If an owl, pigeon, bat, crane/bagula, eagle or vulture come and sit in and round home, it's bad omen. If a dead vulture drops on the roof, courtyard or verandah of your home, it's quite likely that some death would take place (touchwood) in your family. Try to avoid the arrival of pigeons. Owls venture out at night. Rarely, eagle or vulture

If chakva (normally during rains), kingfisher or fish (even dead) are seen accidentally, your job is likely to be done.

Dog lovers, beware! If any member of your family is more that 50 in your home, don't rear dogs at home. Suppose any member is at his or death bed, devotional music or songs should be heard by him or her. The idea is that if he or she remembers the name of the God at his or her last minutes, he would go to heaven, otherwise take birth in lowly species like birds or animals. Dogs normally have an inkling of death taking place in a home, they start barking. If the person is in his last breaths and listens to the dog's bark, he or she would take birth as a dog in your family.

If you see a group of nine-women, then take it that your job will not be done. If you see a 'suhagan' (happily married woman), your job will be done.

I shall be grateful if you share (with me) your experiences with good or bad omens. Also let me know if you really experienced these omens.

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