Know your future through finger nails
According to Ayurveda, nails are scum of bones, whereas modern science considers them to be pieces of cartilage. It is believed that the full nail of the thumb grows in 140 days, while the nail of the little finger takes only 121 days to grow completely. The nail, which we cut from time to time when it grows often and take all kinds of measures to make it beautiful, through the same nail you can know your future or the merits and demerits of a person, his behavior etc. Each person’s nails are of a different shape. Some person’s wide, some thin, while some soft, some hard, and the color of nails is also different. Let us know what your nails say.
- It is believed that those whose nails are yellow and break very often, they lack the sense of sex. Problems are often found in the married life of such people.
- People whose nails are crooked and lined, often they lack money. Such people often have to face financial problems.
- People who have spots on their nails and do not look good at all, they have to serve others to feed their stomach.
- It is believed that those whose nails are of some height like the back of a turtle, red like coral, smooth and shiny, they are very lucky. Such people often work in high positions.
- It is believed that people who have stripes on their nails or if they have a habit of biting their nails, then it should be understood that the nature of the man or woman is going to be sad. He lacks conscience and is always worried about the smallest thing and is going to drown in grief.
- It is believed that people whose nails are marked by white dots, their behavior is not good. Such people often lead their lives in subjugation.
- It is believed that people who have a black spot on their thumb nail, that person is blind in love and does not fail to fail in love or attack on the infidelity of the girlfriend.
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(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)