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Vastu Shastra: An Ideal House, Chapter V, Part - 3


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Dr. Shanker Adawal

Master bedroom/other rooms

The master bed room is based on Magnetic and solar energy. It should be in South-West direction and the bed should be fixed near to the South-West walls. Keep the North East portion of the room empty. Bed room should not be constructed in the North-East and South-East direction. If the bedroom is in North-West direction then the native will feel uneasiness in his daily routine work. If one bed room is in South-West then the other can be constructed in North-East direction.

Sl. No.

Direction

Evaluation

Recommendation

1.

North

Good

Rooms for Elderly person or Study room

2.

South

Good

Master Bedroom i.e. rood for head of the family. It will make you prosperous.

3.

East

Good

Room for Children or Study room

4.

West

Good

Room for Children or guest room

5.

North-East

Good

Guest Room or Study room

6.

South East

Good

Children bed room or Guest Room

7.

North-West

Good

Bed room for newly married couple/bed room for those girls/boys who are not getting married

8.

South-West

Good

Bed room for head of the family. It will make you prosperous.

Pooja Room

The place of the worship is considered best in the North-East direction. If the place of worship and study room is adjacent this is considered the best position. If in this room a student prepare for his exams then there are chances of good result. Ensure that the toilet is not adjoining the pooja room, and not even above or below the prayer room. Never place any photographs of elders, who expired, in the pooja room.

Sl. No.

Direction

Evaluation

Recommendation

1.

North

Very good

Increase in wealth and prosperity.

2.

South

Below Average

Loss of wealth

3.

East

Very good

Increase health and fame

4.

West

Average

Shift to East and North

5.

North-East

Excellent

All round development, increase in wealth, health and prosperity.

6.

South East

Below Average

Loss of wealth and health

7.

North-West

Above average

Good for health and fame, better shift to North or North-East.

8.

South-West

Below Average

Shift to North-East

Drawing Room/Dining/Living room

Drawing room should be constructed in the North direction of the house. In the drawing room always keep the North-West direction of the house empty. As per Vastu, it is advisable to keep square or rectangle shape furniture in the drawing room. Southern and Western corners of the room are perfect for placing the furniture.

Bed room in South direction keeps the native healthy but one should not sleep while in this direction while laying the legs. Bedroom in the West is also considered good whereas in North direction there can be financial losses. While sleeping the head should be in South direction and if the situation does not permit then one can sleep while in East direction. The heavy things of the home should be kept adjacent to South-West wall of the house.

One thing which is test even is that the bedroom of a girl should be in North-West direction so that she can get married as the desi.

Dining room is considered good in the West direction. If the dining table is kept in the centre of the West direction then it is considered most auspicious. If the situation does not permit then one can keep the table in the East or North direction. If the kitchen of the house is on the ground floor then the native is advised not to construct the dining hall just above it. Such food, if taken, can create the problems related to stomach. Always have food while facing East, North, or West direction. Never have food while facing the South direction. The dining hall should have wooden furniture. Metallic things should be avoided as far as possible.


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