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Don’t gift these things if you believe in superstitions


Team Udayavani, Feb 8, 2021, 5:03 PM IST

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Giving gifts is a tradition in all cultures across the world. There are certain gifts that can sabotage your relationship if one believes in superstitions. We have curated below a list of gifting ideas that you must avoid.

Mahabharatha

Despite being a mythological book that gives many lessons, gifting the book or keeping it at home is considered bad. It is said that the book will bring negativity in the family and cause a divide.

Scissors and Knives 

Something like knife or a pair of scissors is said to bring bad luck. It is believed that it severs relationships and damages things for the receiver.

Opals

Opals are considered one of the most unlucky stones. Opals are believed to bring negatives vibes and a opal ring connotes to early widowhood.

Handkerchief

Natives of Sweden consider handkerchief as a sign for tears. Even soap is considered an unlucky gift as it is believed to wash the friendship away.

White Roses

White roses are considered as bad omen, often associated with funerals.

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