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  • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

    Originally posted by realacres View Post
    All 3 should be rejected as none is good to even 50% as per Vaastu norms. The reasons are as follows :-

    For Villa :-

    > As you said septic tank is in SW. It means ground level is less in SW alongwith a ditch filled with waste water. SW gives stability & any waste, ditch here leads to severe problems in terms of stability, be it finances or relations. Delays also become common, including delays in marriages etc. Septic tank has to be only in West-NW, that too in circular tank,

    > Toilet coupled with staircase in North & part of NE. This leads to critical financial problems & health issues related with head & neck,

    > Major cut in SW. Results similar to fist point made above,

    > Kitchen in North leads to loss in finances.
    There are some minor areas too but the above mentioned are grave enough to avoid buying this villa.


    For Apartment :-

    > 3 bedrooms fall from NE-East to SE, which makes all these literally unusable, except for small kids in East. Add to it their attached bath/toi from NE-East to SE, it makes matters worse, irrespective of you use these bedrooms or not,

    > Kitchen in N-NW, is again bad as it mainly leads to loss in opportunities,

    > Lift in brahmasthan which means there will be ditch in this area, which is not at all recommended. This makes the owner suffer without any reason & finding solutions also becomes tough. Many a times, one ends up in a problem which is not theirs.

    So, this apartment is not recommended.

    For Penthouse :-

    > Entrance in SW alongwith cut in this area,

    > Kitchen in SW, which never offers stability to life,

    > Toilets in North,

    > Stairs in East.

    There are few more but the above points are very critical & enough to reject the house.

    To conclude, no house mentioned by you are worth buying, irrespective of anything.
    Keep scouting, wish you all the best.

    Thanks a Ton for your detailed study and reply, I have a couple of more secondry options please help me and provide your valuable inputs if any of these suits Vastu requirements. Thanks again for all your time and advise here.
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    • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

      Thanks for your insights realacres.
      Yes, parking the car outside could be a better (best) idea. I have grown all of these plants from the seed. Much attached to them. Transplanting them will be difficult since they’re quite large now, but your solution appears appropriate. Thanks.
      Just wondering if I should convert the plots into rectangles with a wall, or should chain-link fencing be sufficient. Somehow I feel it (fence) doesn’t give the (mis)impression that one part of the plot is separate from the other in terms of ownership.
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      Last edited December 18 2013, 09:14 AM.

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      • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

        Hello RealAcres,

        Amazing effort. Great job of guiding folks about Vastu Shastra. Thanks a lot indeed.

        I went through this entire Vastu tips thread and going through it again to understand - what is absolute must, what is acceptable, and what is totally unacceptable.

        - Do the maps on these page look good? Can we consider these to be a guideline?

        http://www.smartastroguru.com/Vastu_...ap_Drawing.php

        BLISS SOLUTIONS INC. - VASTU

        Vastu - sapt-hrishi (सप्त ऋषि) - maps at bottom.

        I understand that it isnt this simple. Can the maps be used as a basic filter (before asking your time ) ?

        - Is there an android app (that you may have tried and tested) which is accurate? I understand that it cannot replace a scaled floor plan with north marked. A correct app would be really useful for resale flats, where the floor plan isnt readily available. It can act as a quick filter at the least. The app may be used to determine and calculate points and come to a score that indicates positive or negative result.

        - There are multiple bathrooms and WCs in homes these days, in all directions. How to account for multiple baths/toi in a flat? What if there is an attached bath with bedroom in SW or S? Bathrooms are spread all over the floor plan these days, just cannot escape this fact.

        - I find that it is impossible to find vastu compliant homes these days. Even one of the best i have seen are not vastu compliant (for example, Pune - Vascon willows).

        I understand that atleast the NE > Brahmasthan > SW should be free of defects. Can we somehow manage to adjust with the rest of defects (for example, bed in SE or NE, bath in center, etc).
        What are the minimum set of criteria to make the home positive?


        I ask this because i do not see any vastu compliant properties. So i am targeting atleast that the score be positive. After so much searching, after filtering out floor plans, unreliable builders, etc I am left with very few options, and none of them are vastu compliant.

        Thanks again for your sharing your knowledge and replying.
        Last edited December 18 2013, 12:56 AM.

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        • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

          Hi Realacre,
          Please comment your views about this floor plan it is in red.
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          • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

            Originally posted by ajy243 View Post
            Hi Real Acres,
            Thanks for your wonderful service to help the people adresss their doubts on Vaastu.
            I am attaching a plan of 3bhk . Could you look into the plan and let me know if ok to proceed ?

            Thank you
            Ajay
            The major issues here are :-

            > Entrance is in SW, couple with cut in the same area. This combination is very bad.

            > Toilet in North leads to financial issues.

            > The most critical aspect is M.bed in NE, which leads to progeny problems.

            There are some others too but the above 3 points are major ones & it is better to avoid this flat.
            If you are happy, you are successful.

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            • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

              Originally posted by Gharho View Post
              Hi Ra,

              what is remedy for vidisha dosh? is their any other dosh too in this unit.?
              please advise .
              Vidisha dosha arises when the main directions go in the corner of the property & the property is not aligned exactly as per North-South direction.
              Vidisha dosha leads to problems like all family members specially earning members being always worried,unwell, having no progress, financial stringency, lack of finance, female folk being unwell, lack of prestige, irritable temper and mental tension.

              There isn't any solution which can get rid of this problem, for the simple reason that strcture can't fight the gravitational force of earth & is therefore best to avoid such flats altogether.
              If you are happy, you are successful.

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              • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                Originally posted by AnmolSaigal View Post
                Thanks a Ton for your detailed study and reply, I have a couple of more secondry options please help me and provide your valuable inputs if any of these suits Vastu requirements. Thanks again for all your time and advise here.
                The location of terrace is good but in case of the flat (4th floor image you uploaded), there is toilet in NE, while lift in brahmasthan. Both these are serious defects. Also, 2 bedrooms, in NE & SE are best avoided, hence you loose these bedrooms from use too (a bath/toi is in SE also).
                Not to forget the major cut in East which is very bad.
                Overall, this flat is not worth buying.
                If you are happy, you are successful.

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                • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                  Originally posted by IndianFarmer View Post
                  Thanks for your insights realacres.
                  Yes, parking the car outside could be a better (best) idea. I have grown all of these plants from the seed. Much attached to them. Transplanting them will be difficult since they’re quite large now, but your solution appears appropriate. Thanks.
                  Its good to see we are able to find good solutions which are being implemented at your end.

                  Just wondering if I should convert the plots into rectangles with a wall, or should chain-link fencing be sufficient. Somehow I feel it (fence) doesn’t give the (mis)impression that one part of the plot is separate from the other in terms of ownership.
                  The orange line which you have drawn is on the East side, which in any case should have compound wall lower than West & South. As you own land adjoining to it, the simple solution would be to have compound wall of about 4 ft while height above can be done by fencing. On South & West, have compound wall height of no less than 6 ft in your case.

                  This way, not only you properly bifurcate the area, but due to lower height, you can get good visibility of your land adjoining to it. You can even see you car sitting inside .
                  Hope this serves the purpose & offers practical solution.
                  Let me know if you have further query.
                  If you are happy, you are successful.

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                  • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                    Originally posted by peeyush005 View Post
                    Hi Realacre,
                    Please comment your views about this floor plan it is in red.
                    The major flaw here is the entrance door, it is North Facing in NW.
                    North facing door has to be in N-NE-E quadrant.
                    Apart from this kitchen in NW will lead to complete loss of opportunities, which also includes hardship in case of promotions etc.

                    I have seen the other flats in this building also & none of them are worth buying, mainly due to issues pertaining to NE or entrance location & corresponding bedroom place.
                    If you are happy, you are successful.

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                    • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                      Originally posted by Sat234 View Post
                      Hello RealAcres,

                      Amazing effort. Great job of guiding folks about Vastu Shastra. Thanks a lot indeed.
                      Thanks & you're welcome man.

                      I went through this entire Vastu tips thread and going through it again to understand - what is absolute must, what is acceptable, and what is totally unacceptable.

                      Do the maps on these page look good? Can we consider these to be a guideline?
                      As a guideline, yes, it can be used but not completely, especially when it doesn't talk in detail about cuts & protrusions.

                      - Is there an android app (that you may have tried and tested) which is accurate? I understand that it cannot replace a scaled floor plan with north marked. A correct app would be really useful for resale flats, where the floor plan isnt readily available. It can act as a quick filter at the least. The app may be used to determine and calculate points and come to a score that indicates positive or negative result.
                      There are some, but they are incomplete. The reason is :-

                      > If there is kitchen in SE, it will say good but if you place toilet adjoining to kitchen, it is very bad. This aspect is not considered.

                      > If entrance is from N-NE-E, it will show good, but if one can see kitchen platform directly from entrance, it is bad, no matter where the entrance is & you need to ensure that kitchen is not seen directly from entrance. This thing is also not considered.

                      In reality, these apps are good for newbies who have absolute no knowledge about Vaastu but if you have gone through this thread, it won't be much useful.

                      - There are multiple bathrooms and WCs in homes these days, in all directions. How to account for multiple baths/toi in a flat? What if there is an attached bath with bedroom in SW or S? Bathrooms are spread all over the floor plan these days, just cannot escape this fact.
                      +1, very true & unfortunately this is the case in almost all projects. Very few builder plan & execute project as per Vaastushastra.

                      Having said this, there is no issue if attached bath/toi to bedroom is there in South or attached to bedroom in SW. Just ensure that position of toi is such that it is either in West or South. A bath/toi should never be in corner of the house, irrespective of direction.

                      If builder wants, Vaastu compliant building & flats can be built. An eg. of builder in Hyderabad is below :-



                      The left hand side of layout is North. If you observe, there are 6 flats & all of these are Vaastu positive flats. Fact is builder simply are ignorant &/or want to save some money & give lame excuses how it's not possible.


                      - I find that it is impossible to find vastu compliant homes these days. Even one of the best i have seen are not vastu compliant (for example, Pune - Vascon willows).
                      +1, can't agree more. I too have seen this willows project for myself & dropped the idea of buying here.

                      I understand that atleast the NE > Brahmasthan > SW should be free of defects. Can we somehow manage to adjust with the rest of defects (for example, bed in SE or NE, bath in center, etc).
                      What are the minimum set of criteria to make the home positive?
                      Bed in NE & SE are still major issues as former leads to issues with progeny & later affects the marital life between the couple.
                      Bath in centre is horrible, lot of diseases & financial probs. Relations within family members go sour.
                      And there are no solution for issues related to NE-Brahmasthan-SW. The only solution is to leave the house. It's hard but there is no other way out, I am myself having first hand experience of all such issues & it was only after this I decided to learn this wonderful science ever made on this planet.

                      I ask this because i do not see any vastu compliant properties. So i am targeting atleast that the score be positive. After so much searching, after filtering out floor plans, unreliable builders, etc I am left with very few options, and none of them are vastu compliant.
                      That's the unfortunate aspect while buying flat, especially in West & North India. What you can atleast ensure is major Doshas mentioned above are not there & entrance is in correct area. If this is not possible, never even think of buying house, no matter how lucrative is the deal.

                      Thanks again for your sharing your knowledge and replying.
                      Don't say thanks so many times man. Infact, I like to interact with people who too have keen interest in this science & want to utilise it for betterment of their lives & others.
                      Do write in if you want to share something more or have any queries.
                      Cheers.
                      Last edited December 25 2013, 01:02 AM.
                      If you are happy, you are successful.

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