November 2017 Edition

Editorial, Nov 2017

Greetings from Vaastuyogam! This month, we are publishing a Vaastu story on Hyderabad – The City of Pearls. Hyderabad is an actual face of civilisation, with the evolution of the city’s architecture. Hyderabadi culture is very strong; however, from Vaastu viewpoint, Hussain Sagar lake being in the centre of Hyderabad, the Secretariat has gone through many changes from Vaastu side.

A city is measured by two things – Economic and Social. It is important that the elements within the city should consider these two aspects. The earlier camp office was not according to Vaastu because during that regime; the state was bifurcated into two divisions. Now, a new Vaastu compliant building has been proposed which hints at a very vibrant future for the city.

The oval shape of the Ford logo is bottlenecking the performance of this brand. Despite being one of the first automobile companies, the kind of success and reach they should have had today isn’t as expected by many. Rectangle, square, and circle form a team of Vaastu compliant shapes for a logo whereas oval, triangle, hexagon, octagon, and similar pointed shapes form a different category.

In an interview with Mr. Nitin Patel –Owner at N.H. Engineering, he talks about Vaastu and its importance in everyone’s life. “Vaastu is an Indian tradition and the modern age is now combining Vaastu with the latest technology by introducing applications that can check the Vaastu of your homes and factories. Check Vaastu is an example of such an application.”, Mr. Patel says.

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. As per Vaastu, all plants are important except a few like lime and pomegranate trees. The type of plant you should keep depends on the house you belong to.

In our newly introduced section – Ask the Expert, I have answered some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the importance of South West rooms and the consequences of a T-junction house.

We have also featured a small write-up on the architectural brilliance of Covent Garden, London. Covent Garden is a district of Westminster, in Greater London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between Charing Cross Road and Drury Lane. It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with the Royal Opera House, which is also known as “Covent Garden”.

Hope you enjoy reading this edition.

Happy Reading!