Black Horse Shoe (Kale Ghode Ki Naal )

450.00 151.00

Description:

The Black Horse shoe is not an ordinary Black Horse shoe. It comes from a Black Horse shoe. This Horse Shoe is taken out on auspicious
time from a Black Horse’s front right leg. The Black Horse is a rare Horse, whose front right leg strikes near to the left leg
while running.Horse shoe is a common remedial measure used all over the world to keep the evil away. Black Horse Shoe
is a universal good luck charm. • The Black Horse shoe has been sanctified and energised with various Shabar Mantra and “Beej Mantra” on special occasions
like “Shani Amavasya” etc by Great Yogis.

• It is recommended in our Vedas too that those who stick Horse Shoe on there outer wall or door, remain away from bad
luck and diseases. The horseshoe is considered a lucky charm in the West as well as in India .The shape of the horseshoe
describes the ideal land configuration of Feng Shui, hence it is considered a favorable shape as per Feng Shui too. In India
people have traditionally considered the horseshoe a a lucky charm and used it by affixing it above their main door on the
outer side, for protection and good luck.
• Early religions considered crescent or U-shaped objects as powerful signs.
• Horseshoes were also considered lucky because they were made by blacksmiths, which is also considered a very lucky
trade. Because they worked with elemental fire and magical iron, they were thought to have special powers. It was believed
that a blacksmith could heal the sick and if a couple was married by a blacksmith, their marriage would be a happy one.
• Another aspect of the horseshoe that added to it’s good luck was the fact that it was commonly held in place by seven iron
nails. Since ancient times, the number seven was considered very important.

Use:

It is fixed at the main entry/door in U shape on a Saturday evening or Tuesday morning. This is Shoe of Front right leg of a
black horse which is considered to be very powerful and gives its results quickly.

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