There are several things with which omens are associated in the Indian Vastu Shastra.
The omens related to sneeze are as follows:-
1) Sneezing on the threshold while entering a house is considered inauspicious
2) A sneeze while starting a new business or enterprise is auspicious
3) A sneeze during purchasing of an article is considered auspicious
4) A person who gets a sneeze should stop the work for some time and then start again.
5) A sneeze while wearing shoes or chappals is considered inauspicious too.
6) A sneeze while going setting out for a journey is thought to be inauspicious.
7) If someone sneezes while asking a question it leads to failure in the work undertaken.
8) While going out for work if somebody sneezes behind the back it is considered auspicious.
9) Somebody's sneezing on the left hand side or from a higher level is considered auspicious
10) If somebody sneezes on the right hand side or in front of an individual it leads to loss.
11) Anyone who is sneezing should turn his face to the left and then sneeze.
(Last Updated on : 27-01-2011)
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