It’s no secret that the unlucky number is number 8. The reasons for this are given in Vedic numerology, which ascribes the number to Saturn. In certain situations, Saturn represents Shani, and an inauspicious deity said to bring about sorrow and ill will. For this reason, if it prevents you from winning any prize at all, you may want to dodge using this number in your Lotto India panels altogether.
While seen in the western hemisphere as a bad omen, the number 13 is still well-known for its meaning, this time as a lucky number. In the Vikram Samvat calendar, the 13th lunar day of each month is called Trayodashi; in the month of Karthik, Diwali starts on Trayodashi. Trayodashi is also the day on which each Paksa, or lunar fortnight, falls on Pradosh Vrat, where fasting invoked the blessings of Shiva.
The number 13 could be contributory to your success with Lotto India, while you could benefit from its auspiciousness in many ways. You could select numbers that add up to 13 and carry their blessings, as well as choose the number itself.
According to Vedic numerology, the numbers 7 and 6 respectively reflect perseverance and accountability-good omens for your future success in Lotto India. The constituent numbers 13-1 and 3 may also be selected, with 3 reflecting hope and 1 has its cultural significance.