Vastu For Home Office | An Architect Explains

A Home Office as the name suggests is an Office within the House. There are many advantages in working from a Home Office such as saving the cost of renting a commercial space, cost of commute to work, cost of childcare, cost of clothes etc. Since it is a business setup, people are turning to Vastu Shastra, to ensure good output, increased profit and efficiency in work by its employees, which in turn will be beneficial for the Owner. An Architect explains these Vastu guidelines scientifically…….

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Vastu For Pooja Room | An Architect Explains

The Puja Room is the room where the family’s deities, idols, religious texts are kept and used exclusively for prayer, worship and meditation. It is a sacred room and the space from which all positive energy radiates to other rooms. The important thing to consider regarding a Pooja/prayer room, is that it must be protected from “negative energy”. Once you have made a pooja or prayer room in your home, the room automatically starts to radiate positive energy……

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Vastu For Study Room | An Architect Explains

The Study room, as the name suggests is used for studying or as a library or as a Home Office. Sometimes it is also used for Sleeping. The Study room should have a lot of natural light and quiet. Vastu Shastra lays down guidelines regarding the location, shape, furniture arrangement, colours, door and window positions in a study room. An Architect explains these Vastu guidelines scientifically…….

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Vastu For Dining Room | An Architect Explains

The mood of the dining room must be relaxed and full of positive vibes. Only then the food you consume will have constructive and positive effects on you and your family. Moreover, if the ‘ambience’ is snug and comfortable, the family members will be encouraged to meet at the dining table for a meal every day. According to Vastu Shastra, the right placement of the dining room, the door, furniture, lighting and the colours can ensure that the dining room becomes a space full of positive energy. To know more about making your Dining room a vastu compliant space, read on….. 

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Vastu For Bathrooms, Toilets | An Architect Explains

In ancient times, when there was no water supply through pipes and no drainage and sewage pipeline systems, bathrooms were not allowed inside the house as they were considered dirty, stinking spaces. However today Bathrooms are a part of the house and even attached to the bedrooms. To ensure that the flow of cosmic energy through the house is not affected by the improper positioning of bathrooms, Vastu Shastra lays down guidelines on their positions, the positions of the fixtures, doors, windows etc…..

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Vastu For Kitchen | An Architect Explains

To ensure that the flow of cosmic energy through the house is not affected by the improper positioning of the kitchen, Vastu Shastra lays down guidelines on it’s location, the positions of the fixtures, hob, sink, refrigerator, doors, windows etc. These guidelines ensure that the inmates benefit from the useful rays of the sun. An Architect explains these, so that you can incorporate them in your kitchens……

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Vastu For Bedrooms | An Architect Explains

Sleeping takes up approximately one third of your life and therefore is an extremely important factor in your overall health. The Bedroom is the private place, where you can unwind, relax and sleep. So it should be a comforting space and have a soothing, positive energy. This can easily be created by the scientific application of Vastu Shastra principles which take advantage of sunlight, air and magnetic directions. An Architect explains how to use them…..

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