What Actually Happens if a Lizard Falls on You?
Gauli Shastra is part of the rich Indian heritage of literature that studies effects of falling of lizard on a human being. Even, Astrology (Balli Dosha shastram) also explores the same subject. ‘Muhurat Martand’ also explains these effects and most of the Hindus believe in it.
The falling of lizard on body parts of an individual forebode good or evil depending on where it comes into contact. The study of falling of lizards is called Gauli Shastra. According to this Shastra, every movement of a lizard holds significance, and there are 65 places where the lizard will fall on the human body that would foretell good and bad omens.
The effects of the lizard falling for men and women are different as per the Shastra. If a lizard falls on body parts except for stomach, navel, chest, it is considered good omen. It is considered auspicious if the lizard falls on the right body parts of man and left body parts in a woman. Here are the effects of lizard falling on men and women.
1. Lizard Falling Effect on Men
- Head – Dispute or clash is on the cards
- Top Head – Afraid of death (Mrithyu bhayam)
- Face – Financial profits (Dhana laabham)
- Left Eye – You may have good news (Shubha Vartha Sravanam)
- Right Eye – Un-successful / Fail / Lost something
- Forehead – Lack of involvement / Separation from beloved
- Right Cheek – You may have a bad news (durvartha sravanam)
- Left Ear – Beneficial / Gain of Income (dhana laabham)
- Upper Lip – Quarrel
- Lower Lip – Expect financial gain
- Both lips together – Fear of death / Be ready for death news
- Mouth – Fear of bad health condition
- Left of the backside – Victory / Gain
- Night dreams – Fear of King or Ruler
- Wrist – Beautification / Modification
- Arm – Financial Loss / Failure
- Fingers – Chance of meeting old friends
- Right Arm – Trouble / Complexity
- Left Arm – May brings shame on you
- Thighs – Loss of clothing (Vasthra nashtam)
- Mustache – Difficult time ahead
- Foot – Difficult time ahead
- Back Foot – Get ready for a journey
- Toes – Physical illness