What do you know about Vaastu Shastra?

Vaastushastra is a vast and ancient science of living. The word Vaastu is derived from the root “Vas” which means “to reside”. It is not an equivalent of the word architecture. Vaastu is arhitecture and much more. While architecture is the science, art or profession of designing and constructing buildings etc., the definition of Vaastu extend into the realm of occultism. Vaastu Shastra, the edifice science of Bhawan Sthapatya Kala, being the applied aspects of ATHARVAVEDA, is an ancient science and one of the eminent features of our heritage. Vaastu means dwelling of Humans and Gods in the original Sanskrit literature. Many factors govern the life of a human being ; his fate, Karma and surroundings. But Vaastu can make sweet things sweeter and bitter less bitter. Like many of our traditions, Vaastu too get neglected over the centuries for want of patronage ; hence the present society could not very much appreciate and utilise this science in their construction of house, shops, office or industrial complexes. If construction is not according to the principles of ‘Vaastu’ then thinking and action of the people dwelling or working in these places is not harmonious and evolutionary ; leading to disorder and illness. This is one of the main reason of discontent and sufferings of the society at present. On the contrary, if the laws of nature which are elaborated and incorporated in the science of Vaastu are followed, then all the Divine powers support the thinking and action of the people associated with such concerns. Building a house in ancient India was not only a house-craft but also a sacred ceremony and the house was considered a living organism. The spirit of the house was called the Vaastu Purusha and different cardinal directions and sectors were assigned to different Gods like Brahma, Ishwara, Agni, Varun, Wind, Yam and Demon, since the waves flowing in a particular direction have a specific infulence.

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