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Woman Marrying A Dog To Protect Her From Evil!? Weird And Shocking Traditions Of India That Still Exist...

Aishwarya Dudha | Last Modified - Feb 09, 2018, 07:55 PM IST

Bizarre as it sounds...
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    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
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    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.
  • +8 See more slides
    Indians have a knack of following traditions blindly. They believe it's better not to have bad luck than going against superstitions. Long gone things like cutting nails on Saturdays or putting a kala tilak of kajal to protect from buri nazar can be vividly seen

    Totka’s are appreciated and believed in like everything will go haywire if not done in a particular way.
    Here is a list of silly superstitions that Indians follow in different parts of the country that will leave you baffled.

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