- Kitchen & Dining
- Walls & Floors
- Doors & Windows
Thankyou for registering on ZingyHomes.We have sent you a verification email. Please click on the link mentioned in the email to activate your account and start using the site!
As a member, you get exclusive offers, discounts, sneak previews, space planner and members only rewards and privileges.
You already have an account? Great! Sign In
Remind me later
Sign In to ZingyHomes
How to ensure Vastu compliance for your homeBy Ranjna Sharma
Vastu Tips Tweet 0 Comment(s) Tags : Vastu at your workplacebed designs declutter bedroom decor Vastu Dining TableVastu BedroomVastu EntranceVastu for kid's roomVastu for Bathroom
There is a lot of stuff flying about Vastu Shastra and it is easy to get lost in the over load of all that information and the endless dos and don’ts that you find associated with this building science. In this article we will try to make it somewhat simpler and easy for you to grasp the basic principles, while showing you how to ensure that your home is Vastu compliant.
The first thing you need to understand is that Vastu Shastra is all about the flow of cosmic energy and harnessing its power and positive attributes. A Vastu compliant home ensure that it brings in peace, prosperity and happiness to its inhabitants and it starts with precautions at the very onset of your home construction:
Things to keep in Mind:
Make sure that Bhumi poojan is doen before you start the house construction. This makes for an auspicious beginning and provides a shield against accidents and mishaps during the construction fo the house.
The entrance to your house is the face of the house and must be facing east as it is the most auspicious direction. The sun rises in the east and its rays bring along light and positive energy to a household. The only other plausible direction can be northeast. Southwest direction should be avoided at any cost as it is believed to be the entering point for the devil energy and brings along misfortune and struggle as well as legal wrangles and anger.
The next most crucial area is kitchen which is the stomach of the house and the place for Fire. The ideal location for the kitchen is in the southeast and all the cooking should be done while facing east. Another important fact to keep in mind is that the kitchen should never bedirectly in front of the main door of the house because whatever positive energy will enter the house from the main door will not be able to circulate if the kitchen faces the main door.
The master bedroom should always be in the southwest corner of an east facing home. Just as the main door (east) signifies the face of the house the southwest direction signifies feet and rest. It is best not to have gizmos like TV or video games in the bedroom as it is supposed to be for resting now for entertainment and recreation. One should also avoid having any beams overhead in the bedroom.
This is another vital point in your home and is important from the viewpoint of both your health and happiness. A toilet should be located in the northwest corner or the building or rooms. If that is difficult you could have a toilet in the southeast. A pooja room or kitchen should not be adjacent to the toilet. The washbasin or sink should be in the northeast, north or east side of the bathroom and the bathtub should be located in the northeast, west or east.
Tags : Vastu at your workplacebed designs declutter bedroom decor Vastu Dining TableVastu BedroomVastu EntranceVastu for kid's roomVastu for Bathroom
Got some tips, design ideas? Share them with the community.
Leave a comment here or submit your own article.
Popular in this Category
The entrance of your home is the entry to your 'kingdom'. This gate should be maintained with utmost care. The ...
Who doesn’t want a Vastu compliant home? But the cold fact is that though Vastu has been making huge waves ...
Vastu Shastra is all about energy and human eyes perceive various frequencies of energy in the shape of colors. Hence, ...
Luxury Design Products
Decor Accessories Decor Accessories
Railings & Stairs Ceramic & Tiles, Flooring
Regional Architecture & Interiors
The humble “bungalow” has its roots in the historical “Provincial Bengal”...
The Story of My Home
“I think everyone’s house in some way or another portrays their personality.” ...
Villages in India aren’t one particular entity. Given the diversity of our land, people and...
Lighting is an important characteristic of any room, and if it feels too dark it can affect your ...
What is Landscape? Landscape is defining a boundary or creating a defined space out of the unl...
- Anu's home reflects her contemporary taste
- Mr. Sharma's Home embraces the Zen style approach
- What Ails BIM Implementation in India?
Copyright ZingyHomes - 2013 - . All rights reserved.
- Kitchen & Dining