Lucky Charms

There are many lucky charms, signs and articles which, if used properly, protect the man or woman from the evil eye. They are used for success and prosperity in worldly affairs and finances, love, etc.

Belief in lucky charms, mascots, amulets and the like dates back to the ancient ages. People were found to write strange words, tattooed their arms, or carried some items on their person or body to ward off evil and bring good luck.

This belief is widespread among us today. Everywhere people carry a lucky coin, a rabbit's foot or some token for luck. In some quarters certain objects are constructed to ward off evil or to invite good fortune.

Many people make and carry their own charms. This is perfectly permissible. Sometimes an object brings good fortune to the family and will be passed on to the child to bring good fortune. Such an object may be anything, or things in any combination. Indeed it is possible to find almost everything used in some form as a symbol of luck and happiness.

The signs known as "Lucky Signs'* are to be used in copper, bronze, silver or gold. The use of lucky charms according to the requirements of many persons and particular material and metal are suggested, for the results thus obtained are marvellous, particularly when used after the pooja.

The "Lucky Signs" are yantras in other words. The list of a few we provide below:

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