In our Hindu religion, many rituals are performed from birth to death. We all have seen that when a person passes away i.e. leaves his body, his bed, clothes and even his cot is donated. After all, why are the things of that dead person not kept in the house?
dead man's bed
If the bed of a dead person is kept in the house, negative energy starts operating from it, which directly affects the mind. Wouldn't it be strange if you saw in your house the clothes of someone who is dead again and again or you see the bed of the person on which only he slept?
Those with a weak heart start feeling afraid. Similar other negative energies also start residing in the house and the environment of the house is bad, that is why they are donated.
There is also another argument behind this that there is a risk of infection from those beds, but this argument is true only when the deceased has been suffering from some disease for a long time. In such a situation, whoever uses his bed can also make him a victim of the germs of that disease.