In Hindu culture, the red colored thread also called ‘Mauli thread‘ has its own respective value. In every puja and cultural occasion, tying Mauli is very common. It is also called Kalava. Do you know its benefits for health and scientific logic behind this?
Indian traditions do always good for our well-being. Many of us knowingly or unknowingly classify these as backwardness or superstitions.
Tying Mauli thread on hand is an age-old Indian tradition, which has numerous benefits. First, we shall be telling you about the religious significance of putting Mauli thread.
The religious significance of tying Mauli thread:
In Hinduism, every cultural fest is followed by tying of Mauli. According to scriptures, putting Mauli thread on hand’s wrist makes you ideal for the blessing of Tridev ‘Bramha, Vishnu and Mahesh and the three goddesses.
It also gifts you proper health. According to legends, the ritual of tying Mauli was started by Goddess Lakshmi and King Bali. It is a simple thread but makes eligible to get the blessings of Almighty God.
Now let us see what are the scientific benefits of Mauli.
Scientific benefits of tying Mauli:
There are also scientific aspects of putting Mauli. According to Human Anatomy, our wrist is covered with the web of veins. Almost all the prime veins pass from here only.
Tying Mauli thread improves the blood circulation, which balances the Tridosas i.e., Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. As a result, there gets no disturbance in the body system. It has the power of destroying negative energies
One who always tie up Mauli stay prevented from deadly diseases like paralysis, diabetes, heart disease and many more. When you put Mauli on the wrist, according to Acupressure there is no softness in the blood which keeps your immunity strong and fit.
The correct way of putting Mauli:
According to scriptures, Men should tie mauli in right hand and unmarried girls should tie mauli on their left hand. While tying Mauli your fist should be tightening and the other hand should be on your head.
Except than festivals, Saturday and Tuesday are the two nice days for putting Mauli.
In this way, we saw the scientific logic behind putting Mauli thread.
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