Superstitions have no valid reason or explanation to believe in them. In the name of religion there are many wide-spread superstitions; and even people with good educational background and reasoning ability are tempted to follow certain beliefs with the fear of facing bad consequences. But there are others, who claim themselves to be super-intelligent, and question everything that is religious. This is the other extreme. Religious rituals and traditional practices are not superstitions. We have to approach them with an open mind and try to understand the reason in the light of authorized scriptures. If the practice is not having its roots in these authorized scriptures then we shall reject them. Here are three widespread superstitions along with refutations to bring awareness among the readers.
Do not worship Lord Narasimha at Home
Superstition 1: If you worship Lord Narasimha at home, He will rip you apart.