Religious rule: Do not cut hair and nails during this, know religious and scientific reasons
Religious rules: There are many beliefs and misconceptions in Hinduism. Due to this misconception many beliefs are passed from one generation to the next. This belief has been passed down from generation to generation. The elders of the house forbid cutting hair and nails at night. But what could be the reason for saying so? There will be no such question. There is a religious belief behind this, but there is also a scientific reason behind it. So let’s know what is religious belief and scientific reason…
Hinduism does not cut hair and nails at night. It is believed that cutting hair or nails at night is a disobedience to Lakshmi. Due to this religious belief, the elders of the house forbid cutting hair and nails at night.
There is a scientific reason for not cutting hair and nails at night. At night people eat, drink, move and sleep. So the cut hair falls here and there. Sometimes the cut hair goes into eating. Also, there is a possibility of getting sick after going into the stomach. At the same time, dirt and bacteria also spread from the hair. It does not cut hair at night.
Secondly, there was not enough light in the house during that night. Therefore cutting hair and nails in the dark can be harmful. Therefore hair and nails are cut before sunset. Because there is a risk of injury while cutting the cape in the dark. That’s why it was forbidden to cut hair and nails at night.