It is recommended in our Vedas too that those who stick Horse Shoe (Kale Godhe Ki Naal) on their outer wall or door, remain away from bad luck and diseases. The horseshoe is considered a lucky charm in the West as well as in India. The shape of the horseshoe describes the ideal land configuration of Feng Shui, hence it is considered a favourable shape as per Feng Shui too. In India, people have traditionally considered the horseshoe a lucky charm and used it by affixing it above their main door on the outer side of the house, for protection and good luck. Early religions considered crescent or U-shaped objects as powerful signs. Horseshoes were also considered lucky because they were made by blacksmiths, which is also considered a very lucky trade. Because they worked with elemental fire and magical iron, they were thought to have special powers.
- It is recommended in our Vedas too that those who stick Horse Shoe on their outer wall or main door, remain away from bad luck and diseases.
Note: The images of the Kale Godhe Ki Naal represent the actual product though the colour of the image and product may slightly differ.