Where we live can influence our happiness, wealth, health, and prosperity. The Vastu Shastra is the Vedic science of building. When one studies the Vastu Shastra, he learns to create buildings that favorably influence those things that bring us happiness.
The Vastu Shastra considers the astrological placement of the Sun, Earth, and other planets during the actual construction. It also considers where the building site is located, the site’s shape, the proposed building’s shape, the direction the building will face, the location of gates, entry doors, room doors, windows, and the building’s general design. North and east are considered important directions—east because it is the direction from which the sun rises. From the aesthetic point of view among creation of human beings vastu shastra is important and high ranked In fact, Vastushastra is most charming, amorous and pleasant and it is possessed by its permanent value and most attractive elements of human civilization.
Its importance has been explained in the Indian civilization thousand years ago. According to it before constructing our house hotel, factory, office, clinic, hospital, restaurant, inn or tample etc. We should know (go through) the five elements and do the construction accordingly so that one gets PEACE, PROSPERITY & HAPPINESS.
Our body is made of these five elements and therefore in this whole process vastushastra has beeen very much advantageous.
Many people do not know this but when they come to know this they make changes in their houses at the cost of lots of money according to the advice of the vastushastri.
Here is our humble attempt to make you know yourself the real and basic principles as well as all the directions, elements and proper planning. If necessary after making minor changes and getting natural gift, get the advantage of PEACE, PROSPERITY & HAPPINESS.
Vastu Purusha is the god for construction of structures and buildings. Once upon a time, an unknown person came into existence and he obstructed the earth and the sky with his huge body. The Devtas suddenly caught the person and threw him below with his face down, and whichever part of the body of the person was held by different Devtas, the Devtas became presiding deities of that part of the body.
The creator, Brahma, had made the person as “god of the house” - ‘Vastu Purusha.’ There is another interesting story of Vastu Purusha in Matsya Purana. It narrates the birth of Vastu Purusha. In an encounter with a Rakshasa called Andhikasur, Lord Shiva became tired and exhausted, and he began to sweat profusely. A man was born out of the drops of Lord Shiva’s sweat. He looked very cruel. He was very hungry and began to make penance to appease Lord Shiva and to get a boon from him. Lord Shiva was pleased with his penance and appeared before him. The devotee prayed to Lord Shiva, “Oh Lord! Please permit me to eat away all the three worlds.” Lord Shiva granted his prayer. He got possession of all the three worlds and was about to eat the terrestrial world. The celestial beings, Brahma, Shiva, and the demons were terrified and they caught hold of the devotee and encircled him. Forty-five deities caught hold of the devotee and pressed him down. This Devotee has been in that position ever since that time. Lord Brahma blessed him and said that he would be the deity of all the plots and constructions, and offerings would be made to him. In return Vastu Purusha is said to be taking care of the inmates of the building.