what is Residensial vastu?

  • The meaning of vastu is dwelling, which is the home for god and humans. Vastu shastra is based on various energies that comes from atmosphere like solar energy from sun, cosmic energy, lunar energy, thermal energy, magnetic energy, light energy, wind energy. These energies can be balanced to enhance peace, prosperity and success. If a house is made according to these principles, the inmates enjoy all the happiness in life. If it is against vastu principals, it will be a place for all sort of problems, worries and no peace.

  • Vastu Advice for Apartment/Flat
    Vastu Advice for House Construction
    Vastu Advice For Grading of Vastu Plots
    Vastu Advice For Complete Vastu House Plan
    Vastu Advice For Effects of Directional Slopes
    Vastu Advice to Cease Accidents
    Vastu Advice For Water Resource
    Vastu Advice for Different Rooms, Basement, Bathroom, Bedroom, Children room, Couples Bedroom, Dining room, Drawing room, Entrance Gate, Exteriors, Garden, Grainary room, Guest room, Home Colours, Home Temple, Interiors, Kitchen, Locker room, Medical room, Open Patio/Verandah, Plants, Pooja room, Septic Tank, Servant Room, Stairs, Store room, Study room, Study Table, Toilet.
    Vastu Internal Arrangements Well and Tube Well
    Vastu by Directions Model Floor Plans North Direction East Direction West Direction South-East Plots

  • what is vastu?

  • Elements of VastuVastu DirectionsVastu RemediesVastu Purusha Mandala Introduction to Vastu Shastra vastu is an ancient Indian science of architecture and buildings which helps in making a congenial setting or a place to live and work in a most scientific way taking advantage of the benefits bestowed by nature, its elements and energy fields for enhanced wealth, health, prosperity and happiness.

  • Vastu Shastra unifies the science, art, astronomy and astrology, it can also be said as an ancient mystic science for designing and building. Vastu Shastra helps us to make our lives better and will secure from things going wrong.

  • vastu is the science of directions that combines all the five elements of nature and balance them with the man and the material. vastu Shastra is creating a congenial settings or a place to live or work, in most scientific way taking advantages of the benefits bestowed by the five elements called "Paanchbhootas" of the nature thereby paving the way for enhanced health, wealth, prosperity and happiness in an enlightened environment.

  • Our sages and seers have knew the secrets of using all the five elements of this universe and their special characteristics and influences such as the magnetic field, gravitational effect etc. of Earth, the galaxy in the sky, the directions and velocity of the winds, light and heat of the SUN including the effects of its Ultra-Violet and Infra-Red rays, the volume and intensity of rainfall etc. for the advantage of the mankind in suitably planning and constructing buildings for dwelling, prayer, entertainment , education , working , production and other purposes . They evolved scientific methods and systems and confined them over the years as 'vastu SHASTRA'. Our sages SEARCHED it; we are only RESEARCHING it and building the concepts.

  • Man is the subject, object and the cause of architecture. He perceives and conceives architecture in relation to his experience of himself with the surrounding world. Through art of design, he alters and moulds the elements of natural environment. The world comprises of five basic elements, also known as the Paanchbhootas. They are Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Space. Out of the nine planets, our planet has life because of the presence of these five elements. Earth and Water have limited and localized availability for the human habitat and growth. They form apparent and fundamental choice makers in the location and the physical form of architecture and habitat. Sun, Air and Space are universally available and can be moulded to human needs by the act of design. In order to understand the act of design with these five elements, we shall have to take each one separately to appreciate their meaning, role, and workability in architecture.