Vaastu Directions And Tips

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Published in: Dec 2017

VaastuShastra came into being thousands of years back with the earliest references in the Vedas, Puranas, Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is as relevant today as it was centuries ago, since it tries to bring into a harmonious flow the energies between man and matter. It is scientific knowledge which facilitates a better living, by optimum placement of the elements in the appropriate directions. VaastuShastra tells us that we as humans can create for ourselves a veritable utopia that balances the elements within with the elements outside ourselves. Each human is trying to attain happiness, health and prosperity. We use Vaastu in our homes, offices, temples, cities, countries etc so as to attain ... Read More

Published in: Dec 2017

1. Basement Offices: Good or Bad? Basement offices should follow Vaastu principles. If not observed carefully, it can bring bad luck especially for industries like garments, printing, legal and CA firms. Rectangular and square shaped offices are good for basement. 2. Toilet Door Direction Toilet door should not be opposite to the sleeping direction of the head. For example, if you sleep with head in the East, toilet door should not be in the West towards your legs. There can be health concerns in this case. 3. Role of Flooring Flooring plays a significant role in beautifying the look of the house. Floorings are of different styles and each type has its strengths and weaknesses. Split floorin... Read More

Plants and Trees play a vital role in activating positive energy in our daily life. Planting a seed is equivalent to planting a hope and you hope that it brings love, happiness, and kindness among your family members. Indoor plants add an aesthetic appeal to your house. Vaastu Shastra recommends that the plants within your home need to be chosen with utmost care and be placed in the right direction so that they shower positivity and wellbeing on the residents hosting them. Green plants inside the house can contribute to fresh oxygen and help absorb all negative energies. Proper choice and usage of plants can increase wealth and prosperity of residents. If improper plants are selected or if p... Read More

Published in: Nov 2017

Reasons you should avoid Black Colour The main door of the house/office should not be black in colour. It is a negative colour which symbolizes lack of motivation. It may cause despair and brings bad luck. However, black colour will yield better results for bars, night clubs, and casinos. Dead end plots: Good or Bad? According to Vaastu Shastra, the location of the site is very important. Some locations are considered auspicious while others need to be avoided. A plot at the end of the road keeps on accumulating negative energy and hence, dead end plots should be avoided as they bring bad luck. Why South, East, and West are better for sleep Placing your head in South with feet pointing towar... Read More

Published in: Oct 2017

After a tiring long day at work, when you come home and see your pet dog running to greet you at the door, you feel comforted and loved, forgetting all your worries in a moment. Our pets love us just like our family members and make us feel important by expressing their love and care for us. This is the reason dogs have been considered as a mans best friend. In fact, cats, rabbits, birds, cows etc. are equally good pets and Vaastu plays an important role to create a balance between our lives and nature. Keeping animals in cage isnt advised at all according to Vaastu. If you see Madrid's layout, North West consists of Ancient Egyptian temples, official residence of the Spanish Royal family, m... Read More

The key to understand the importance of various Vaastu methods is acceptance. As in general construction of our surrounding, the very normal arrangement of overhead beams might affect our progress and focus. Beams at various locations - be it professional or our safest zones of homes, could affect the normalcy of our routines. We have noticed that students work hard but arent able to do well in exams. People dont get sound sleep at night. Sometimes it is because of their ill health or they are affected by sleep apnoea syndrome. People working late hours at office often tend to lose productivity and focus in the long run. Even in the government offices, people sitting under the beams and colu... Read More

In the busy world we live today, construction has increased greatly and indiscriminately. The speed with which infrastructure projects are undertaken and completed in record time bring their own risk. Entire construction industry is divided into different branches and the main elements of a holistic ethos have gone missing. Looking at the recent trends in last two decades around the world, the scenario of construction and infrastructure has changed dramatically. I can talk with authority as I am part of it being engaged as a professional in this field for very long. Bigger projects like Hotels, Hospitals, Schools and other public buildings keep changing hands often leading to fall in profits... Read More

Published in: Jul 2017

For a layman buying land is as difficult as buying diamonds. One must see clarity, colour and cut of a diamond before buying it while for land five vital elements viz. Earth, Space, Air, Water, and Fire play a vital role as per Vaastu Shastra. A Vaastu compliant land or plot radiates positive energy while a non-Vaastu complaint land can generate negative energy if there is a problem with the direction, light, wind, materials used in construction and the type of structure being built. There are five important aspects in selecting a land such as soil, location, topography, direction and shape. Primarily in buying a land one needs to have closer look at the quality of land itself. Viz., Type Sh... Read More

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 Brahm... Read More

Published in: Jan 2017

Ruled by the planet Mercury, the North direction is known as the direction of life itself. Mercury is the God of finance, banking and economics. Out of all the 8 directions (10 as per Vaastu), North is the most important direction in Vaastu. North means finance, comfort, luxury, money, food, social status. During our existence, every living being wants to become stronger - economically, financially, as well as socially. North is a sacred direction surrounded only by positive energies. Hence, it is recommended to keep the North of a home or factory open. Lord Kuber the treasurer of all Gods is the ruler of this direction. No matter how small or big a business is, there is no economics without... Read More

Published in: Dec 2016

Known for bringing stability in life, the West direction is ruled by the planet Saturn also known as the planet of disciplines and responsibility. Lord Varun rules this direction the deity of rain, fame and fate. Usually, west direction isnt considered very auspicious; however, if handled well, it can prove to be a lot beneficial to Residences and Business both. Vaastu originated from the lakshagrah episode of Mahabharat when Sthapati started building structures giving rise to Indraprastha, the capital of our country which is now known as Delhi. The science of Vaastu is a study of directions aimed at creating an equilibrium by balancing the different elements of nature (solar energy of the s... Read More

Published in: Sep 2016

Mention the word South in the context of Vaastu and people respond with wariness. Many pass an immediate judgement that the direction is bad. By its association with the South, they believe that the South East direction too cannot be good. Nothing can be farther from the truth. All directions are good, according to Vaastu. The key factor is that each direction has its own positive and negative energies. You must consider these when designing the internal layout of the house. The South East direction is the intermediate direction between the South and the East. Hence, it carries the energy of both. It is also called Agneya or Agni Sthan and as these names indicate, the fire element prevails h... Read More

Published in: Aug 2016

Sun rises in the East and sets in the West Theres more to this statement than just science. East is the governing direction of solar energy. St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of Italy had rightly stated, A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows. Not only does the East brighten our home, it is also the direction from which we receive positive energy. To go back to the basics, the aim of vaastu is to bring about a balance between the atmosphere outside the home, factory or office and the atmosphere within. To attain this balance, vaastu uses the panch bhoota, the five elements that are the basis of creation earth, fire, water, air and ether. It also uses the earths magnetic ... Read More

All directions are positive and all are negative a contradictory but a valid statement. As mentioned in our scriptures, in ancient science of Vaastu, it is what activity you do and what structure you build that decides whether it will have a positive or a negative impact. South has so long been misunderstood and disliked as a negative direction. True, it is negative for certain activities. For example, main entrance to the property etc. But do not forget it is one of the most powerful directions it is the direction associated with absolute power and political or commercial strength. Most of the upcoming new cities, as well as other major cities are South-facing. In real estate, properties lo... Read More

North East is the direction of God and hence is considered the most auspicious direction in Vaastu Shastra. Its the direction where most powerful, positive and progressive energies are generated. Once these positive energies enter your home, they enrich you with health, wealth, prosperity and overall abundance. The main entrance of the house is the most important subject while discussing Vaastu principles. As per these principles, of the eight directions, the North East is considered the second best option (while the East is considered the best.) North East is said to be ruled by Lord Shiva and the planet Jupiter. The direction is also known as Ishaan because the head of Vaastu Purush is sai... Read More

Published in: Sep 2015

VAASTU FOR NEWLY WEDS! Let the forces of Vaastu guide young couples too! Newly weds should enter into a marriage keeping the tenets of Vaastu in mind, for a happy, fulfilling married life. SOME DONTs: Couples should avoid using the north-east direction for their bedroom. Black and brown colors should be avoided in the bedroom. A computer or TV placed in the bedroom is also not advisable. They could be covered with a cloth in the night, if keeping them there is unavoidable. Paintings that symbolize violence, negativity, sadness should not be kept in the couples bedroom. Iron or metal beds are not preferable. A master bedroom for a couple placed in the southwest direction of the house is the m... Read More

Published in: Sep 2013

In this article, instead of giving Vaastu tips, I shall dwell upon some of the rituals and ceremonies that - as per Vaastu - punctuate the construction process. I do so because I have noticed that many of these practices are disappearing or are followed only in drastically reduced formats during the construction process. Read More

Vaastu does not differentiate on grounds of religion, cast or creed. Any prayer is a submission to the Almighty. Vaastu says all worship is sacred. It could be Allah, it could be Christ, it could be Mahavir, and it could be anyone. What Vaastu enjoins is that it should be performed at specific zones within the built space. Read More

Published in: Jul 2013

Beginning in the mid-1980s, the advent of the personal computer and fax machine, along with breakthroughs in telecommunications created opportunities for office workers to telecommute, leading to the creation of home offices. Telecommuting also benefitted employers in the form of lower overheads and potentially greater employee productivity. Technology has also placed a demand on larger businesses to employ individuals who work from home, in the form of employees or as independent professionals. Read More

Published in: Jun 2013

One thumb rule that must be strictly followed pertains to the number and size of doors and windows in a house. Number of Doors and Windows The number of doors in a house should be 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 14, 16, 18, 22 Basically the doors should be in even numbers . However, it is important that the number should not end in zero. Similarly, the above formula applies to windows also. Even number windows should result in cross ventilation. In the Mahabharata Lakshagruhastory there was only one door and that is why Vidhoormade an underground exit for the Pandavas to escape. Read More