These 10 things should never be kept at home, it can become a cause of poverty!

1- Things related to Mahabharata should not be kept in the house. Along with the Mahabharata scripture, keeping the symbols of this war, such as a picture or chariot, etc. in the house increases the affliction in the house.

2- Keeping the picture of Taj Mahal or its symbol in the house spreads negativity. Actually, Taj Mahal is the cemetery of Mumtaz. Therefore it is directly related to death.

3- Nataraja is the god of dance art but at the same time Lord Shiva in this idol of Nataraja is in the ‘Tandava’ dance posture which signifies destruction. So keep it away from home.

4 – Keeping the sinking boat in the house also takes away the good fortune. A picture of a sinking boat in the house or a showpiece directly strikes your home relationships.

5- It is also not considered good to keep a picture or show piece of a wild animal at home. Due to this, the nature of the people living in the house starts to become fierce.

6- Do not keep broken glass or broken glass in the house. This causes economic damage. If the glass in the doors and windows breaks, they should be replaced as well.

7- The statue of the same deity should not be kept in front. By doing this, the means of income are less and expenses are more. Also, a fragmentary statue and pictures of a torn god should not be kept in the house. All these increase the problems related to money.

8- There should not be a pigeon nest in the house. The pigeon nest in the house is considered inauspicious. There is no happiness and prosperity in the house.

9- There should not be a spider web in the house. This can cause economic problems in the home. According to Vastu, this increases discord and trouble in the house.

10- If the faucet in the house is bad or the water pipe is leaking then it not only wastes water but it is also a sign that positive energy is going out of your house.


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