The mysterious red dot on every forehead of an Indian, here is the meaning.


Do You Know The Meaning Of The Red Dot On 


Indians 


Forehead? (See It Here).




Do You Know The Meaning Of The Red Dot On Indians 


Forehead? (See It Here).



What does the red dot on Indians forehead mean?


The red dot is also called Bindi, derived from the word 


Bindu which means a point. It is a symbol of their 


religious, social cost and marital status.


Bindi between the eyebrows symbolises cuspiciousness 


and good fortune. It represent the third eye of spiritual 


sight.


Bundi is made of red power called sindur, traditionally 


made from powdered turmeric and fresh lime juice.


A red Bindi is generally a sign of marriage. While the 


Black 


Bindu is often worn before marriage to ward off the evil 


eye. Young girls are free to wear any colour.


According to the Hindu culture, there are various energy in 


the body called Charkras, among them is Ajna, the 6th 


primary Chakra situated between the eye brows, Ajna is 


also known as the third eye.


According to the scriptures, meditating on Ajna enables 


the human souls to see what the physical eyes cannot 


see, it helps you attain higher level of spiritual 


conscience. 


Once you attain wisdom from the 3rd eye, your thought 


and actions get cleansed leading to the making of abetter 


human being and thus help in the making of a virtuous 


society.


The indian woman wear the Ajna as a protective covering 


and as a gesture r of respect.


Here are photos of Indian women with the red spot on 



their forehead.
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