Supriya Ghosh


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In Norse mythology, hamingja (Old Norse "luck") refers to two concepts:

  • the personification of the good fortune or luck of an individual or family,
  • the altered appearance of shape-shifters.
  • Both Andy Orchard and Rudolf Simek note parallels between the concept of the hamingja and the fylgja.


    Hamingja Wikipedia