The Fakir put the spell on the paw because he wanted people to realize that fate ruled people's lives, and anyone who tries to tamper with it has to pay a heavy price. According to him, every person on this earth came with his destiny pre-written, and no force could bring a change to it. The paw granted three wishes of its owner, but always brought evil outcomes so as to make the person understand that destiny should be best left untouched, otherwise it could bring destruction.
The Fakir must have witnessed the greed and the need for more that this world has indulged into, which leads people to cause hindrance in their destiny, trying to change it and mold it into their own desired way. But he wanted to give a punishment to such people for interfering in fate and make them realize that it rests above all. One has to accept whatever they are served with, unless they want a penalty for it.
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