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Omens related to a Crow, Vastu Shastra
According to Vastu Shastra various good and bad omens are related to a Crow.
 
 Omens related to a Crow,  Vastu ShastraCrow is probably the most common bird in India and hence they are often ignored as mere scavengers. But Vastu Shastra associates a number of omens with it. These omens are as follows:-

  • If a crow coming from the south-west side in the evening is seen it is an indication for some approaching calamity.


  • If a crow coming from the South-East direction in the evening is seen it indicates monetary gain.


  • When a crow drops a piece of burnt wood, bone or meat on the bed of a person it indicates approaching danger or death in the near future.


  • If a crow passes from the left crowing it is considered a good omen.


  • When many crows start crowing together in a corner or around the house it indicates approaching danger.


  • Early in the morning when a crow comes flying from the North-East direction it indicates some good news.


  • The crowing of a crow on the roof is inauspicious.


  • If it sits on someone`s head it is inauspicious.


  • When a crow is calling out with its face towards the South the head of the family will have a nice time.


  • In case one sees a crow sitting on the back of a pig it indicates legal complications. However if it is sitting on a camel or a donkey if it is seen it is considered a good omen.


  • When a person sees a crow flying in the clockwise direction he or she faces bad relations with his relatives.


  • When the ear of corn, flower or sand stone is seen in the beck of a crow it indicates monetary gain for that person.


  • When a crow carries a vessel or some costly article it is associated with danger. When a crow brings grass or burnt wood in our place he indicates danger from fire.


  • When a crow starts crowing with its face towards the South-West it indicates monetary gain for the person who watches it.


  • A person is likely to gain jewelry when a crow crows with his face towards the South-East direction.


  • If a person sees a crow sitting on a tree laden with fruit he will receive wealth and honor.


  • When a crow calls out facing the North-West the head of the family gets grain and arms as gifts.


  • When a crow crows with its face towards the North the head of the family has chances of getting new clothes or vehicle.


  • If a crow comes into the house and crows it indicates the coming of guests.



  • The person who sees a crow sitting on the back of a horse gets a new vehicle.


  • When a person sees a crow sitting on the tail of a cow and crowing he or she faces ill health.


  • Seeing two crows together brings bad news.


  • When the crow crows facing the North-East the head of the family will be subject to monetary gains.


  • (Last Updated on : 01/02/2014)
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