I actually wanted to make the title as "What is the difference between chirality and helicity"? But I didn't do that because I don't understand properly what chirality is.
I have gone through this Wikipedia article: chirality to get the meaning of chirality? and what I get from there is that something is said to have chirality if it is not identical to its mirror image.
But I have often seen people saying a massless particle have same helicity (handedness, I think) and chirality? Now if the chirality has the above defination then how do people say it?
Again for massive particle we can have changed helicity by changing our reference frame. Ok I understand that, but How does it have anything to compare with chirality?
I have read these: Helicity and Chirality and many others in this site. But didn't find(or maybe didn't understand) the answer there which I am looking for.