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Published in: May 2018

Ever sat down to think why companies tend to have a set unsaid colour pattern for their logos. They might change the design to uniqueness, but the colour pallet used always seems to be more or less the common ones. While the colour purple may not seem very commonly used, fact is the colour sure is used by some of the top corporate companys logos? In this article lets make you think as to why colour matters in the Vaastu of a companys logo, and more specifically how does the colour purple play a significant role. The colour purple is known to be of great impact on the mind, body, uplifting of spirits, calming of the mind, create the feelings towards spirituality, sensitivity along with giving... Read More

Published in: May 2018

LOGOS ARE NEITHER GOOD NOR BAD. THEY ARE EITHER LUCKY OR UNLUCKY. Is there more to Corporate Logos than meets the eye? How does one define a logo as good or bad? Dr. Ravi Rao demystifies the occult issues underlying the design of Corporate Logos. Perhaps the most startling and gripping facet of Dr. Rao's practice is his wizardry in the matter of Corporate Logos. He has in a manner of speaking cracked the colour code complying with Astrological and Vaastu tenets. By altering or fine-tuning the logo to Astro-Vaastu principles Dr. Rao has swung the fortunes of many companies for the better. NUDGING FATE IN A FAVOURABLE DIRECTION It is made clear from the very onset, that this discussion on corp... Read More

Published in: Mar 2018

Vaastu Shastra is an ancient Indian science of architecture governing the design of man-made structures. With a history spanning 6000 years, the fundamental premise of Vaastu rests on the fact that the earth is a living organism. This science indicates that everything on earth is influenced by planets, and the five elements ~ Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Space. These forces combine and act to create harmony or disharmony. The principles of Vaastu, connect the individual home with the subtle laws of nature, such as energy grid of the earth, beneficial earth energies, and cosmic energies from the sun. They also align the home with the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and space, which a... Read More

Published in: Feb 2018

Can an aquarium be helpful to ward off Vaastu shortcomings? Fish Aquariums are beautiful and mesmerizing to look at and have very high importance from Vaastu viewpoint. It does have many solutions for Vaastu defects. As we are aware, all the things in universe have some form of energy associated with them. So, if the aquariums are placed and used correctly, they become a key for success and harmony in life. However, if it is placed in the wrong direction, it can bring negativity too. Hence, it is important to follow the guidelines and principles of VaastuShastra while keeping a fish aquarium in home, or office. Medical Science researches have proved that high blood pressure, stress, anxiousn... Read More

If the earth element within our body and home is stable strong, secure, and sturdy we can live a good, healty, long, and successful life! The universe is comprised of the five great elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space. 1/10th of space is air, 1/10th of air is fire, 1/10th of fire is water and 1/10th of water is earth. Our bodies, as well as the world we live in, are made up of these five elements in different ratios. No one element exists purely without another. Each element also contains parts of other elements. These five elements are the most vital parts of our existence. The elements in the body correspond to the five sense organs and the five organs of action. Earth is represen... Read More

Published in: Jan 2018

What are the remedies for T-junction houses? T-junction properties are inevitable in this era of gated communities. Vaastu principles observed over the ages by visionary scholars indicate that T-junction properties create havoc and never-ending litigation problems to inhabitants after they move into the premises. The solution to this problem is to establish a Ganesh temple in the property. There are a few other remedies too which we will discuss later. Can Vaastu be corrected by performing poojas, yogas, etc? Yagna and Havan are necessary on a regular basis to re-energize the place and bring negativity from the property. However, it is the composition of the yagna ingredients, time of doing ... Read More

Published in: Dec 2017

Which location is right for the rented house? When the house is in location of South and West, the chances of house (for renting purpose) to be vacant is more and this is the reason, houses in south direction is more turbulent. It has the tendency to move the owner more frequent number of times and these are the house that will be available in the market more. And if a person buys property of this direction or takes an ownership, after 7 years he starts feeling uncomfortable. How do one choose a right or wrong kind of property? Surroundings play a big role in affecting your personal happiness and prosperity. A careful consideration for good Vaastu makes up a good value for the property and f... Read More

Published in: Nov 2017

Why South-West room is considered very powerful? Light and wind are natural forces of energy which one can feel. If the room has correct window position and cross ventilation, the room will be evenly ventilated, and the family members will stay happy as they will stay energetic all the time. Energy is also cyclic in nature. Wind flow and light isnt the same throughout the year. Similarly, the magnetic energy below the earth isnt the same around the year. It keeps varying but nobody pays attention to it as it doesnt affect the commerce. If your legs are stuck to the ground, the gravity and magnetic field is there. The South West direction which is supposed to hold negative energy shouldnt be ... Read More

Published in: Oct 2017

Is Vaastu Shastra related to Astrology? Astrology is the science of time. All the activities we humans do can be directly related to time. Astrology is the language of karma and all our activities are already planned when we were born. Astrologer can be wrong; however, the subject of astrology can never be wrong. Astrology talks about your reactions of earlier life actions in the form of a life journey. Astrology reads about an individual or an event happening through the influential part of celestial bodies called planets and their respective tenets called zodiac signs. From astrological perspective, your fourth house is the house of residence. A person who stays in a non-Vaastu compliant h... Read More

Published in: Sep 2017

What is the ideal plot/house as per Vaastu? It depends on your purpose of acquiring it. If you are building a house, the ideal shape would be either rectangle or a square. If it is for industrial purposes, the shape wouldnt matter much as long as it is big in size. Any levelled plot which isnt bumpy, below the ground, or in the foothills of the mountains is considered good as per Vaastu. By defining boundaries, the plot can be very prosperous for any type of construction. What colours should be used on the interior walls of the house? Colours used in the house do have an influence on shaping the thoughts of the person. The colours can be associated with the temperaments of the family members... Read More

Published in: Aug 2017

What is the basic difference between Vaastu Shastra and Feng Shui? Can the principles of these theories be applied to one's home and work place? Vaastu and Feng Shui are both very synonymous. Buddhism spread from India to China and Japan giving rise to Feng Shui. So, all the concepts of Vaastu, Astrology, and Meditation took a new shape. They understood the same subject in a different language. For instance, energy is called Chi and is represented by dragons, lions, tigers, birds, snakes, and so many other animal representations. All these forces refer to planets dating long back to the time when cultural fusion happened. Both are same from the basic principles point of view. However, Feng S... Read More

Published in: Jul 2017

Q.: When a home or commercial site is designed on Vaastu principles, is it required to carry out frequent checks of Vaastu compliance or just once is enough? A.: Once the Vaastu changes are done, there is no need for the occupant to make any further changes every now and then. However, every additional facility modifications, interior or furniture changes must be Vaastu compliant. Q.: When checking Vaastu compliance for apartments, is it required to check the Vaastu compliance of the entire society or just our own apartment house? A.: It is always better to check the entire society as well as the Individual unit. An individual unit will be responsible for its good or bad fortunes. If the ent... Read More

Published in: Jun 2017

When the entire world was in its infancy, we, the Indians, were old enough in the knowledge of almost all the subjects of life. When others were wandering in forest without even clothes, we were living in palatial houses seemingly touching the moon in the sky. Whatever knowledge is spread in the world, we are the major contributors in it. If our ancestors had not laid down the tracks of growth with their knowledge, the science would not have grown in the world. The mysteries about which the rest of the world was ignorant, we had unfolded them all in our country Hindustan. Shri Maithilisharan Gupta, the renowned Hindi Poet in his work Bharat-Bharati. The term Vaastu Shastra is a collation of ... Read More

Published in: May 2017

High-Rise Buildings add charm to the city. They are becoming increasingly popular among the developers, architects, and the end-users. At a fast-growing rate across the world today, high rise buildings make a great impact as they offer breath taking views of your surrounding areas, offer more comfort, and allow you peace of mind. A study of the Traditional Indian Architecture shows that the height of the building should be proportional to its minimum width. Over 90% of the 5.39 million people in Singapore live in high-rise dwellings, which makes it difficult to follow the principles of Vaastu Shastra. Although it can be challenging to follow Vaastu 100% in such structures, there is still a r... Read More

Published in: Jul 2014

Vaastuyogam begins a fresh series, As I See It wherein professionals from various streams will be invited to share their opinion on a better India. I hope that this multifaceted basket of opinion will bring to the table a viewpoint that is personal yet loaded with professional insight of the contributors. Scenario of Urban India Indian cities are overcrowded, overworked, and quite often a picture of victorious chaos. People, animals, bicycles, carts, cars, buses, trucks, and motorcycles all share the same road spaces. Yet, amazingly albeit grudgingly - it all works somehow, though not most of the time. The 2011 Census indicates that almost 28% of the population of India resides in cities. The... Read More

Published in: Jul 2014

One of the seven holiest cities of India, Saptapuri Dwarkaalso called Suvarna Dwarka (Golden Dwarka)is located on the edge of the Kutch Peninsula, facing the Arabian Sea, in Jamnagar, Gujarat. A renowned pilgrimage destination, Dwarka, formerly called the Gateway to Western India, was an important sea port. One of the four original Maths founded by Adi Shankaracharya is in Dwarka. Both Shri Ramanujacharya and Shri Madhavacharya visited this place. It used to be the ancient kingdom of Lord Krishna and the first capital of the state. Archaeological excavations indicate that Dwarka is built on four former cities. Much of the present town was submerged by the rising sea levels. There is evidence ... Read More

Published in: Jun 2014

Sapta Puri are the seven holy pilgrimage centres in India where the word 'puri' means "town" or "city" suffixed to the word 'sapta' meaning "seven". Specifically, the names of the pilgrimage centres, which are tirthas (holy places), are: Ayodhya, Mathura, Haridwar, Varanasi (Benaras, Kashi), Kanchipuram, Ujjain (Avanti) and Dwarka. Mathura , located on the right bank of the Yamuna River in the district headquarters of Mathura district, also called Mathura Mandala or Braj Bhoomi, is considered the heart of Indian culture. Krishna was born here and hence it is also popularly known as 'Krishnajanmabhoomi' ("Krishna's birth place"). Read More

Published in: May 2014

Readers will be happy to learn that the past month has been a momentous one with the launch of the book, A Nations Prophecy. by Dr Ravi Rao We all know Dr Rao as a Vaastu consultant and astrologer par excellence who has brought positive change to the lives of hundreds of businesses and families across the globe. What has now unfolded is the academic side. A Nations Prophecy. Is a path finding study on a subject of immense yet undiscovered value to all the countries of the world. The book also marks the beginning of StarPublication House. It aims to publish books in the field of astrology, Vaastu, mythology, religion and spirituality with the objective of bringing ancient science and wisdom to... Read More

Published in: May 2014

Varanasi Varanasi, also called Kashi, Benares, is an ancient city, said to be the oldest inhabited one. The city was known by several names such as Avimuktaka, Anandakanana, Mahasmasana, Surandhana, Brahma Vardha, Sudarsana, and Ramya. Varanasi has also been a great center of learning for ages. Varanasi is associated with promotion of spiritualism, mysticism, Sanskrit, yoga and Hindi language and honored authors such as the ever-famous novelist Prem Chand and Tulsi Das, the famous saint-poet who wrote Ram Charit Manas. Aptly called as the cultural capital of India, Varanasi has provided the right platform for all cultural activities to flourish. Many exponents of dance and music have come fro... Read More

Published in: Apr 2014

AYODHYA FOLLOWING RAMA: THE RAMAYANA Kashi (Varanasi, U. P.), Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Mayapuri (Haridwar, Uttaranchal) Ayodhya (U.P.), Avantika (Ujjain, M. P.), Mathura (U. P.), Dwaravati (Dwarka, Gujarat) The Ramayana is the most beloved epic of India. The story of Rama, the Journey of Rama, penetrates Hindu consciousness and culture to the extent that it is almost universally known. In our explorations of sacred geography, we note immediately that because the legend is based on a journey, it creates a landscape and a map. The footprints of the heroes and heroines of the Ramayana are tracks that we can follow through the land of India. Read More