Interview with Mr. Nathulal Sajnani

Vaastu Meter, Mar 2018


Could you please tell us about your professional background?

I started my trade business of shoes in around 1997-1998. It was originally called Bata but the government couldn’t run it. The government released a tender for which we applied and won. That is how we got the business. It all went well for the next few years after which the business slowed down due to competition. I am not sure if it was something wrong with our office due to Vaastu inconsistency. So, we were looking for somebody who can guide troubled businesses regain the lost momentum. One of my friends told me to check with a Vaastu Consultant – Dr. Rao to whom he introduced me as well.

We showed him our factory and he told me that I have blocked my money myself by not keeping the front of my office open for money to keep flowing in. So, he suggested a few changes which we followed and after 2 – 3 months, we saw a lot of changes in how things were working for us. From that day onwards, we believe Dr. Rao. I am retired now and my son is in charge of the factory, but he doesn’t even move the chair without the permission of Dr. Rao.

The word Vaastu can be etymologically traced to the place where people dwell. The place may either be a house where people dwell or any other building people build for their use.
Vaastu is a distillation of tested intuition and a seamless accrual of wisdom overages. They are more or less common all over India. Vaastu is a Vedic science about harmonizing with the natural elements to mitigate their negative energies that thwart your prosperity and well-being. The ultimate output of Vaastu is essentially represented by the material and emotional aspects experienced by the individuals occupying a dwelling. Even though Vaastu scriptures are records of the oral traditions dating back to an undefined past their relevance and efficacy, remain undiminished even in our modern time and age.
Briefly put, Vaastu is a radically different perspective on the subject of built space. Rooted in seemingly inconsequential yet inflexible principles, Vaastu aims at devising your home into an engine that nudges fate in a favorable direction. Your home thus becomes your passport to happiness, health and prosperity. Unlike the architect who designs homes solely on considerations of aesthetics and structural strength Vaastu focuses upon the mystic task of assembling myriad energies within the homes, so that – once built, the homes will look after us. Thus, first, we build the homes and then the homes build us.

What are your thoughts on Vaastu?

I started believing in Vaastu only after meeting Dr. Rao. I had heard a lot about it, but didn’t have any idea on whom to contact for knowing the Vaastu defects. He was also a Baba’s devotee.

He told me that whenever he talked with new clients, he discussed the payment terms first. However, when he saw Baba’s picture in my office, he thought as I am a Baba’s devotee, he had been sent there to help me in tough times.

What all challenges did you face in your business?

There was no business. We were working so much harder but still had no business. The situations kept worsening and we had to close our factory. The bank payments were due and we didn’t even have the money to pay interest to the bank. Bank had given us 3 months’ time to pay after which they would seize the factory. That was a very big challenge.

Did you consult Dr. Rao for your company’s logo?

Yes, he did change the logo colours. I am retired, but my son had discussed regarding the same. He took my advice and I told him to go ahead. He has changed the logo and visiting card and I am sure he has done well.

Is Vaastu awareness increasing among upcoming entrepreneurs? What message would you like to give them?

Most of my friends are aware about the importance of Vaastu and I advise many others to follow it as a science. No doubt God is present; however, Dr. Rao explained to me the importance of this ancient science of Vaastu and how it can make or break a man. From the day we consulted Dr. Rao, we are still seeking his professional help for the past 18 years and we don’t make any changes to our factory without his consent. I tell everybody that they should seek professional guidance from Dr. Rao.

I started my trade business of shoes in around 1997-1998. It was originally called Bata but the government couldn’t run it. The government released a tender for which we applied and won. That is how we got the business. It all went well for the next few years after which the business slowed down due to competition. I am not sure if it was something wrong with our office due to Vaastu inconsistency. So, we were looking for somebody who can guide troubled businesses regain the lost momentum. One of my friends told me to check with a Vaastu Consultant – Dr. Rao to whom he introduced me as well.