January 2018 Edition

Editorial, Jan 2018

Greetings from Vaastuyogam! This month, we have published a story on the magnificence of Ranganathaswamy Temple. There are 21 towers for this temple and the temple is enclosed by 7 concentric walls with a length of 6 amiles. Within these towers situates the whole town. The town cannot be separated from the temple. The temple is one of the biggest functioning Hindu temples in India and is about 2000 years old.

In ancient times, kings used to collaborate with Gods. They loved the established relationship with almighty. Brahmins were respected for their advisory role and were also provided with lands for their livelihood, also known as Agraharam. Knowledge centers, wealth centers, and places of learning is what a temple was all about.

Headquartered in London, Vodafone India is a 100% subsidiary of Vodafone Group PLC – a British multinational telecom munications company. The name Vodafone is a portmanteau of voice data phone. Phonetically, it sounds great and the entire logo is based on the red colour which is very dynamic in terms of retail business. So, if one must analyze the company’s performance in India and other parts of the world when it was Hutchinson Essar, Vodafone (after acquiring Hutchinson) did extremely well in India.

Earth, water, and fire are visible elements whereas air and space are invisible. We know of their existence because air can be felt as breeze and the existence of space is proved through sound. The related action fields of the elements are: earth can be seen, felt, tasted, smelled, and heard through rattling; water can be seen, felt, tasted, and heard through rippling; fire can be seen, felt, and heard through crackling; air can be felt and heard through rustling and space is heard through an echo.

In “Ask the expert” section, I have shared insights on the remedies for T-junction houses, how can Vaastu be corrected with Yogas and Pujas, and how does the shape of a plot or building affect the overall Vaastu score of any property.

The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) is an arts centre containing an opera house in Beijing, People’s Republic of China. The Centre, an ellipsoid dome of titanium and glass surrounded by an artificial lake, seats 5,452 people in three halls and is almost 12,000 m² in size. It was designed by French architect Paul Andreu.

Hope you like this edition – stay safe during monsoons and happy reading!