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Last updated: February 29 2020
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  • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

    Originally posted by realacres View Post
    For East facing door in SE, do the following :-

    > The main door should be dark red/maroon in color,

    > Put 4x4 silver swastika on teakwood above the entrance door,

    > Permanently place 2 chandan blocks (1 at each end) of the dehleez/chaukhat of the door. Ensure they are cleaned daily.

    For SW toilet :-

    > Use it as much less as possible, place raw sea salt in plastic bowl & replace salt after 15 days (universal solution),

    > As far as possible, use the tiles in bathroom of brown color, the color of bedroom should also be in shades of brown only, & keep the door of the bathroom closed for as much time as possible,

    > Making the south wall heaviest of bedroom here will greatly impact, have your wardrobes, bed here,

    > The floor should be elevated compared to rest in SW room, so opt for wooden flooring which will increase the height of floor. The color of wooden flooring has to be mid-dark brown.

    Now please note what I have said above will only reduce the bad impact, but not completely eliminate the issue. But surely it will help.


    What you said is true & even I become with builder here. If you get good one according to Vaastu, don't bother even to pay premium. But indeed its sad state that builders here care least about Vaastu & that too when it hardly costs anything to have floor designed according to Vaastushastra. You in personal capacity, pick the best available & forget the rest.
    Dear realacres,

    Thanks for your input, I forgot to ask you about the complete NW cut.
    Could you please guide what can be done to reduce the effect??
    Again attaching the floor plan.
    Attached Files

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    • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

      This one please

      Hi RA,

      Can you and other experts throw your analysis here please for the attached plan?
      Attached Files

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      • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

        Originally posted by alok80 View Post
        Hi,
        Thanks so much for your valuable suggestion,

        yes, regarding Staircase, however in map its showing anticlockwise but we are changing it to clockwise. borewell is already on NE (Round shape on the map behind first NE corner shop).
        Good. Add to it that septic tank, if any has to be in NW & the tank has to be circular in shape. You get big pipes, which can be used for the same.

        "building should be more towards in SW part of plot" does it means SW should be heavy,??
        Not only SW should be heavy but it should have least open space in entire plot. The height of plot & structure here should be max in entire plot.

        we have store in that corner, and NE has big shops.
        Good that you have store there. Avoid basement in entire project including for parking purpose. And parking area should be preferably in NW of plot, second option is SE.
        Transformer, meter room, generator etc. has to be in SE of plot &/or building.

        I was not aware about wall height thing.. I will make sure we do that as well.
        Good. And don't put glass or anything sharp on walls. It is bad. You can ofcourse have grilles or bars on compound wall if required. Also, don't have any windows in compound wall. Remember, while walking from outside, nothing of inside should be directly visible.

        Thanks again for your valuable inputs.
        Alok
        You're welcome man & if you have any further queries, feel free to write in.

        Some tips for you :-

        > Advice good mahurat from good pundit before starting the work,
        > Perform pooja (pundit will tell) for those plants, shrubs etc. which had to be removed from the plot,
        > After plinth is done & first column erected, there is pooja for columns too.

        And here is most important one :-

        Once land levelling, compound wall is built, sprinkle 'gau-mutra' across the plot alongwith rose water.

        And when you look for landscaping, have water body like fountain in NE.

        ** Start excavation work from NE & end at SW, while construction should start from SW & end at NE.
        If you are happy, you are successful.

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        • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

          Originally posted by evasnis View Post
          Thanks ,

          Could you pls suggest , is it good unit in terms of Vaastu...

          enternace east facing , Kitchen , MR , Balacony towards in NE direction...
          Entrance east facing in NE-East part of property, balcony in NE is very good.
          Kitchen, M.bedroom in NE is very bad.
          If you are happy, you are successful.

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          • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

            Originally posted by vinst1 View Post
            Dear RA,
            Thanks for your advice.
            However, I need to make a correction in the angle which I told as 25 deg. It is actually 12-15 deg which i measured with more than one reference walls. sorry for this.

            does your diagnosis change with new angle between North and vertical?
            I had made rectangles in 9 parts to get more details & already had assumed +-5 degrees in calculation. Lesser the deviation in angle is better. And the remedies which I said above remain the same. You can proceed with it.
            If you are happy, you are successful.

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            • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

              Originally posted by vsneha2007 View Post
              Thanks RA for ur valuable comments!
              How much is Flat No 2 is Vastu compliant in %age; if I go for No2?
              Kitchen in SW, entrance in SE & toilets in N-NE are big no-no. Avoid buying this even if builder offers for free.
              If you are happy, you are successful.

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              • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                Originally posted by vsneha2007 View Post
                Dear RA

                I need your help here. A snap attached of 3BHK. I per my scrimpy knowledge 60% ok Vastu POV.

                Kindly provide your expert view on the same. Shall I go with this one?

                if any problem Vstu POV; kindly suggest the remedy; too.

                THANKS in Adv.
                V Sneha
                Toilet in NE, kitchen in SW. Entire energy axis is dead.
                Avoid it at all costs.
                If you are happy, you are successful.

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                • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                  Originally posted by realacres View Post
                  Toilet in NE, kitchen in SW. Entire energy axis is dead.
                  Avoid it at all costs.
                  hi real acers ji

                  throw your analysis here please for the attached plan?


                  Thanks in advance
                  Attached Files
                  NEVER BUY ANY PROPERTY BY SEEING COMMENTS ALWAYS VISIT LOCATION

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                  • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                    Originally posted by evasnis View Post
                    Thanks Vsneha and RA ,

                    Same thing is applicable to balcony and BR , we need to evaluate door facing while going out ... Lets say while i stand in my balacony its toward North but door is facing toward south , it shud consider south facing or North facing ....
                    It's simple man, take the floor plan & mark North on it. Divide it in 9 equal parts & accordingly, you get South, East & West & ofcourse, the subdirections of NE, NW, SE & SW. Align the floor plan with the directions, & you are done.

                    You can compare your flat with image below for easy illustration :-

                    If you are happy, you are successful.

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                    • Re : Vaastu Shastra Tips

                      Originally posted by marck11 View Post
                      Hi RA and other experts,

                      Please have a look at the attached plan and let me know your opinions..

                      Thanks in Advance..
                      The 2 issues here are :-

                      Entrance in NW, not major one though &
                      Pooja near toilets & in wrong area of flat. There is cut in NW but can be lived with with minor remedies.

                      The good part is location of M.bed, kitchen, NE has balcony & brahmasthan is open. If we look at overall flat, the entrance issue in NW is not of major concern.

                      So, you can well buy this flat, just ensure the following :-

                      > Have a copper swasticka installed above the entrance door in 4x4 inches size,

                      > The main door has to be white in colour, & have white colored toran on the door,

                      > A spot light (say LED down-lighting) on your entrance door from outside in pure white color is recommended, as it is entrance door irrespective of direction should be illuminated in evening,

                      > The walls in living room has to be white in color,

                      > Have plywood on wall of kitchen which shares wall with toilet,

                      > The pooja room needs to be shifted from as shown in floor plan to that in C.bedroom in NE part, in such a way that you face East while facing god,

                      > Kitchen gas stove should be on East wall & not South,

                      > All the beds should be positioned in such a way that you sleep with head towards South. Bed position in C.bed is correct, have similar layout done for m.bed also,

                      > Have a tulsi plant in NE balcony.

                      If you do the above mentioned thing, it will be great. You can well proceed buying this flat.
                      Last edited September 10 2013, 10:56 PM.
                      If you are happy, you are successful.

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