Vastu Shastra Tips and Ideas

Vastu Tips offer a quick way to balance out the your cosmic energy field. As mentioned in the basics of Vaastu Shastra, there is a field of cosmic energy describing our relationship with the physical surroundings like the buildings we live in and more. Vaastu is ancient Indian science of architectural planning to help you strike a proportional relationship between the two. With readily available Vastu Shastra tips you can give a quick makeover to your office or home for good health, wealth and prosperity.

Below we give you certain Vastu Shastra Tips for Basic Building Construction

Basic Vastu Tips

  • The main gate or entrance of the building should ideally be placed in East or West direction.

  • It is advisable to keep the construction heights in the East & North lower than that in West & South.

  • Open spaces are recommended for the East and North East directions without any tall trees barring the positive energy that enters a house from these directions. For plantation, small potted plants and bonsais are recommended near the entrance.

  • According to Vastu there are certain vital yet vulnerable energy spots in your building known as Marmas, where nothing should be built for a balanced flow of energy

  • The amorphous centre of the building known as Nishkala has a very high-energy concentration and is usually planned as the lobby or living area with the bedrooms arranged strategically around it.

  • The recommended directions according to Vastu for each vital room in the house are:
    East for bathroom, North East for Puja room, North for treasury, North West for cowshed or dark places or storehouse, West for dining, South West for study room or library, South for bedroom and South East for kitchen.

For Vaastu tips on individual rooms and for homes, for office, for factories And other dedicated areas, visit our further pages on each. We aim to provide you all information you are looking for on everything about Vastu Shastra. Read the very intricate details of the Basics and Principles of Vastu on our subsequent pages.