VASTU SOLUTIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL
Vastu Shastra is the science if architecture that teaches how to live in harmony with nature and how influence nature so that it works for your benefit. It is a part of a vast body of Vedic knowledge written over 5000 years ago. ‘Vastu’ means dwelling and ‘Shastra’ means scientific treatise—the science of designing and building homes according to the eternal laws of nature. In Vastusworld we provide following residential services.
Vastu for Home
A home other than being only a house to live, it is an increase of our mental space and indication of our identity. Every part of our life is profoundly laced with the design, decor and maintenance of our home. The meaning of vastu is dwelling, which is the home for god and humans. Vastu shastra depends on different energies that originates from atmosphere like solar energy from sun, cosmic energy, lunar energy, thermal energy, magnetic energy, light energy, wind energy.
Vastu for Flats
The architecture of flats should follow Vastu for Flats the guidelines laid by Vastu Shashtra or it can have a damaging effect on our lives. You can invite calamities in your life, if you chose to ignore Vastu advice while building a flat for yourself. Vastu helps to make your living comfortable in flats and prevent illness and other dangers from creeping into your life or relationships. The article brings some very important guidelines to be kept in mind while planning the architecture of a flat. Go through them and know the right Vastu for flats, to make your life happy and prosperous.
Vastu for Plots
The selection of a plot is very important since the plot represents a fixed form, that will radiate positive as well as negative energies depending on its location, orientation, shape, slope and soil quality. While selecting a plot these five major points are to be kept in mind. Normally a Vaastu Expert is not involved at the time of buying a plot. But as a Vaastu Expert, I would suggest that it is good to involve one, at the time of selecting a plot, as his inputs could be very valuable in deciding the right Site. Generally, the points an Vaastu Expert will keep in mind while selecting a site, will by default be in accordance with Vaastu Shastra. If you already own a plot for construction of house or office, you should still refer to the Vaastu Guidelines prescribed for the selection of suitable plot.
Vastu for Griha Arambh (Muhurat)
It is extremely necessary to worship the plot (land) before starting the construction. This pooja, prayer should be done in the north east -corner of the plot on any auspicious Vastu Muhurat for house by a learned Pandit. The first digging must be done by the owner on an auspicious Vastu Muhurat as set by a learned astrologer. An auspicious day means the Panchanga or the five components (Dina, Nakshatra, Thithi, Yoga, and Karan) of that particular date or day is. These components are dependent on the position of the moon and the earth. Good panchanga does not mean that particular day is good for every person.
Vastu for Griha Pravesh
Vastu for Griha Pravesh (i.e. first entry into the newly built house) is also as important aspect of Vaastu-Shastra. After the house is complete in all respects, living in that house is started at some auspicious moment determined on astrological considerations. The first entry in the house at the auspicious moment is called Graha Pravesh ceremony. For any newly built house house warming is considered a holistic occasion. This custom is done so as to keep evil forces away from entering new home. When the house is ready to be occupied, a muhurta is selected for grihya pravesha which consists mainly of Ganesha puja (Ganapati), The mandala is drawn to invoke the gods and nine planets, which act as witnesses to the ceremony. The smoke from the havan disinfects and purifies the air within. The house is encircled with thread three times from the east; signify the erection of protective barriers around the house to keep away evil influences. A pit dug in the southeast corner of the boundary of the house with sides of the pit fortified with cow dung paste and the pit is worshipped. A brick box containing corn, moss, and flowers is lowered into the pit, which is then filled up. Since corn symbolises fertility, this is believed to ensure prosperity Holy water sprinkled around the house is to keep away evil spirits with this, grihya pravesha is completed.