Nose piercing is no longer just a part of the Indian tradition. This fashion is very fashionable both at home and abroad. But do you know why Nath or nose ring is worn only on the left side of the nose?

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Nose piercing is no longer just a part of the Indian tradition.  This fashion is very fashionable both at home and abroad.  But do you know why Nath or nose ring is worn only on the left side of the nose?

New Delhi, Table of Spirituality. Nose Ring: Nath plays an important role in the bridal look. This look is incomplete without Nath. Nath is one of the sixteen adornments of a married woman. In the Indian tradition, Nath is worn only on the left side of the nose. According to astrology, there are many reasons behind this. It is also beneficial from the point of view of science.

Why is the nose ring worn only on the left side?

You must have seen most of the women wearing Nath on the left side of their nose. The belief behind this is that the left side of the nose is associated with menstruation. When a nose ring is worn piercing this part, it helps to control menstruation.

What are the benefits of using nath?

According to astrology, the nath of the bride brings strength in married life. Wearing a Nath on any auspicious occasion is considered a good sign. It not only enhances beauty but it is also believed that Goddess Lakshmi is pleased with it and blessings remain in her home.

What are the benefits in terms of health?

There is also a scientific reason for wearing Nath on the left side of the nose. This gives women relief from the problems that occur during menstruation. Along with this, it is beneficial in treating many diseases. In astrology, it is advised to wear gold or silver nath. While gold energizes the body on the one hand, silver gives the body freshness. Silver is also considered the factor of the mind, so wearing a silver nose ring also brings peace of mind.

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