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Vastu Shastra


Vastu shastra is also known as vastu veda or vastuvidya, it is a "science of construction"


Vastu sastra, the world comprises five basic elements known as the pancha maha bhoota.


  • EARTH (Bhumi) - Earth, the third planet in order from the sun, is a big magnet with North and South poles as centers of attractions. Its magnetic field and gravitational force has considerable effects on everything on the Earth, living and non-living
  • WATER (Jal) - This is represented by rain, river, sea and is in the form of liquid, solid (ice) and gas (steam, cloud). It forms part of every plant and animal. Our blood is mostly water
  • AIR (Vayu) - As a life supporting element, air is a very powerful life source. Human physical comfort values are directly and sensitively dependent on correct humidity, air flow, temperature of air, air pressure, air composition and its content
  • FIRE (Agni) - Represents light and heat which account for day, night, the seasons, energy, enthusiasm, passion and vigour
  • SPACE (Akasha) - The Akasha provides shelter to all the above elements. It is also considered the primary conductor of all energy sources within the universal context - physical energies such as sound and light, social energies such as psychological and emotional, and cognitive energies such as intellect and intuition

In Indian architecture, the dwelling is itself a shrine. A home is called Manushyalaya, literally, "Human Temple". It is not merely a shelter for human beings in which to rest and eat. The concept behind house design is the same as for temple design, so sacred and spiritual are the two spaces. The "open courtyard" system of house design was the national pattern in India before Western models were introduced. The order introduced into the "built space" accounts for the creation of spiritual ambiance required for the indweller to enjoy spiritual well-being and material welfare and prosperity. At right is a typical layout of a square building, with a grid of 9x9=81 squares, meant for family persons (for scientists, artists and yogi a grid of 8x8=64 is prescribed). The space occupied by the central 3x3=9 squares is called Brahmasthanam, meaning the "nuclear energy field". It should be kept unbuilt and open to the sky so as to have contact with the outer space (akasha). This central courtyard is likened to the lungs of the human body. It is not for living purposes.


Religious and cultural events can be held here - such as yajna (fire rituals), music and dance performances and marriage. The row of squares surrounding the Brahmasthanam is the walkway. The corner spaces, occupying 2x2=4 squares, are rooms with specific purposes. The northeast quarter is called Isanya, the southeast Agni, the southwest Niruthi and northwest Vayu. These are said to possess the qualities of four respective devatas or gods - Isa, Agni, Niruthi and Vayu. Accordingly, with due respect to ecological friendliness with the subtle forces of the spirit - those spaces (quarters) are assigned as follows: northeast for the home shrine, southeast for the kitchen, southwest for the master bedroom and northwest for the storage of grains. The spaces lying between the corner zones, measuring 4x6=24 squares (6 on each side), are those of the north, east, south and west. They are meant for multi purposes.


Vastu Tips for House


  • Keep the plants and water sport far from your bedroom
  • It is good to fix an image of bright sun in the southern wall of the living area
  • Setting a mirror in the kitchen room is not recommended
  • Do not place the mops and brooms in the kitchen
  • It is good to place the fish aquarium in the southeast corner in your living area
  • It is good to stick a happy family photograph or picture inside your living room
  • Never wear torn clothing or withered flowers as these will prevent the Goddess Lakshmi entering into the home
  • If you want to keep furniture items in a children's room, keep them a few inches away from the wall. Don't have the furniture attached to the wall, as it obstructs the flow of positive energy
  • If you must have a mirror and a television in the bedroom, have them either on the left or the right side of the bed
  • The doors as well as windows of children's room are best designed in the east or north. The windows should be opposite to the door
  • Green color proves the best for kids' room, as it is associated with freshness and peace and increases brain power as well