Vastu Shastra is an ancient science. Vastu Shastra unifies the science, art, astronomy and astrology, it can also be said as an ancient mystic science for designing and building

As per mythological scripts i.e. Vedas and Upanishads the same thing is depicted in different terminology. As per Tairtiya Upanishad it has been written that the cosmic body of a person has 7 energy centers which are termed as Chakras.</p> <p>Chakra is a Sanskrit word which means “wheel of light”. They are conductors of energy. It conducts cosmic energy and earth energy. These energies relate to our aura. Aura has seven layers. The point, at which these energies meet are chakras.<br />

vaastu is use in worldwide not only in india.

The proper orientation means the proper knowledge of all the eight directions. It is a common knowledge that the direction from where the Sun arises is known as East and where it sets as West and when one faces the East direction, towards one's left is North and towards one's right is South. The corner where two directions meet obviously is more significant since it combines the forces emanating from both the directions. So, in all there are eight directions, East, Northeast, North, Southeast, South, Southwest, West, Northwest. Every direction has its own significance and has its own construction. The basic rules of Vastu Shastra are based on these eight directions

Vastu shastra means “Science of architecture”. It is an ancient Mystic science developed by Hindu sages for designing and building.</p> <p>Indian vastu shastras is derived from the following ‘Puranas’ –<br /> 1. Skanda - Puran - Town Planning<br /> 2. Agni – Puran - Resident Building Planning<br /> 3. Vayu – Puran - Temples at high level<br /> 4. Garud – Puran - Resident Buildings, Temples<br /> 5. Matsya – Puran - Carvings, columns, beams<br /> 6. Narad – Puran - Wells, water reservoirs, lakes, temples<br /> 7. Mansar – Puran - towns, forts, palaces, dams, sculptures<br /> 8. Vishwakarmaprakash - Statues, residences, palaces<br /> 9. Bruhansanhita - Surveying, plantations, spacious houses</p> <p>

The point where the diagonals of a plot intersect is called the ‘Brahmasthan’. If the point of this intersection is pulled up it forms a pyramid. In a plot energy flows from all four sides and four corners. At the Brahmasthan this energy accumulates at a certain point and goes in opposite directions. Hence the Brahmasthan should be left open. If there is any kind of construction or a heavy or huge item at Brahmasthan, then the energy field in the plot gets disturbed this results in Vastu defect.

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