BRAHMASTHAN – The Power Of All Directions

Brahmasthan is the 9th direction in Vaastu Shastra. A principle of Vedic architecture and community planning Brahmasthan designates the center point of a building or geographical area. Vedic architecture is based on Vaastu Shastra. It is a special central zone in a building. It is the point from where all other directions originate and relates to. Being central to any structure, it is relevant to all shapes and structures. It is arrived at by dividing the structure or the place into blocks of 9 squares and the central block being the Brahmasthan.

Brahmasthan figuratively means domain of Lord Brahma and the holiest spot of the house. As per Vaastu, if any heavy objects are placed in the Brahmasthan it generates negative vibrations. In commercial activity projects are affected especially when the construction and design phases ignore it. Irrespective of the structure being a factory, a house, an apartment or a hotel, an incorrect Brahmasthan can bring bad tidings.

The energies coming from all directions converge at the center, be it a house or factory. These energies are essential for inhabitants of the house which is why it is also known as Point of life. More open space in the house means more positive vibrations in and around the house which in turn sways the earthily energies present in the house to generate peace and harmony.

GOOD FOR BRAHMASTHAN

If you observe the importance of Brahmasthan the place will bring joy and happiness. Landlords and tenants can benefit from a good Brahmasthan as it is source of happiness and harmony.

BAD FOR BRAHMASTHAN

Heavy objects like pillars, staircases, kitchen (fire place) in Brahmasthan disturb the equanimity and harmonization of vital elements in the house. In case of commercial units, appliances like air handling units, generators, power houses, lifts and other utilities must not be placed at Brahmasthan or else the project, house, or office will head for huge financial loss or delay important projects.

Brahmasthan is not a modern concept as it is based on Vedic architecture which in turn is based on Vaastu Shastra. Brahmasthan should be open and free from obstructions like walls, pillars, furniture or fixtures and while planning the layout of a project it should be made sure that these things are not located in the center of the house or factory.


The energies coming from all directions converge at the center, be it a house or factory. These energies are essential for inhabitants of the house which is why Brahmastan is also known as Point of life.

 

Heavy objects like pillars, staircases, kitchen (fire place) in Brahmasthan disturb the equanimity and harmonization of vital elements in the house. In case of commercial units, appliances like air handling units, generators, power houses, lifts and other utilities must not be placed at Brahmasthan or else the project, house, or office will head for huge financial loss or delay important projects.