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FYI Study Room is not only for students 🙂 the puja / meditation / The Study are also fit into “Study Room”.

West is the portion; where the Study Room should be planned.

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Quick Tips

  1. Boss should sit in south-west facing east or north as per vastu. West is also permissible but it must not face south.

  2. In the office, the temple should not be placed at the back of the owner’s seat.

  3. The owner’s desk must always be rectangle.

  4. There must always be a solid wall behind the owner’s seat.

  5. Computer room should be in south-east.

  6. Pantry should be in south-east or north-west.

  7. Marketing departments should be in north-west.

  8. Cashiers should be in the North, the abode of Kuber, the God of wealth.

  9. Almirahs and racks should be placed in the South West.

  10. The central point of a factory, house and office should be empty.

  11. Purchase department and other should be in south or west.

  12. Reception should be in north-east as per vaastu.

  13. Telephone, side tables should be in south-west corner.

  14. Conference room should be in the north west, since that direction is best suited for a flow of ideas.

  15. There should not be any obstacle in front of any door opening.

  16. Keep your files in your office as given below and it will help you in your business as each and every file in your office plays an important role in the business.

    • Account file – in south-east corner shelf.
    • Personal file – in south-west shelf of your cabin.
    • Purchase file – in south-west shelf made on south wall.
    • Sales file – in north-west shelf on wall.
    • Estate file – in south-west shelf made on southern wall.
    • Shares file – in north-west shelf mad on north wall which you want to sell. And in south-west shelf made on south wall which you want to retain.
    • Raw materials file – in south-west shelf.
    • Finished goods file – in north-west corner shelf.
    • Income tax file – in south-west corner shelf.
    • Sales tax and excise files – in south-west corner shelf.
    • Import and Export file – in north-west corner shelf.
    • Stores file – Always in south-west corner shelf.
    • Cash purchase file – in south-west corner shelf.
    • Credit purchase file – in north-west corner shelf.
    • Staff and workers file – in north-west  corner shelf.
    • Litigation file – in north-west corner shelf.
    • Pending bill file (receivable) – if it is in north-west shelf it will help in early recoveries or payment which are due.

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vastu for officeVastu for office determines the efficiency of the work inside the office premises. Office is a place that has to be designed with the right procedural practice, as it gives an unbiased movement in work! If an office is not designed as per the right Vastu principles, then there will never be any balanced workout and progress.
An office that is designed without following the Vastu principle will be less effective with effortless employees, disabled workman, owner might loose the power to manage or control his staffs, which leads to failure. Pursuing the Vastu standards for office will ensure effective and efficient workout and thereby proves to be a valuable asset to the company and many more.

Vastu for offices includes several different factors such as right office setup, office exteriors with respect to shape, slope and others, direction of various department, location of the reception, emplacement of electrical gadgets and other more. Apart from these, there are several other factors that you must take into your consideration about Vastu for office. They are:

  • The direction of the office entrance way
  • The right direction of the placement beams
  • The right direction to fix the doors and windows
  • The right direction and setup of the owner room
  • The right direction for the employees to work

Set your office as per these essential Vastu tips. It is sure that you will progress in all aspects of your work.

  • The place of seat arrangement for managers, executives and directors must be located in south, west and southwestern direction of the office premises.
  • As per the Vastu principles it is really good to set the accounts department in southeast direction.
  • The appropriate place to set the reception is in the northeastern direction of the office.
  • With respect to Vastu principles, it is good to seat the employees facing the north or eastern direction
  • The central portion of the office must be set empty.
  • As per the Vastu principles, it is good to place rectangular desk for the MD.
  • Placing bore-well or fixing tank in the direction of south is not really recommended. This will affect the owner with less and insufficient cash flow.
  • The best and right direction of keep the storeroom is on the northwest and southeast location.
  • It is recommended to set the marketing department in the direction of northwest.
  • Fixing of some idols or images of god and goddess in the right location of mirrors will bring you improved financial gains.
  • Setting a water fountain in the location of northeast of the office premises is really good and recommended.
  • Placing an aquarium containing 1 black fish and 9 gold fish in the location of northeast of the office premises is really good and advisable.

Individuals who have set their office besides Vastu norms and principals will find themselves out from the assistance of natural forces. The principle motto of Vastu is to excerpt the maximum goodness from the natural forces in order to gain improved energy levels in the every face of liveliness.

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Vastu Shastra
Vastu Shastra (or short just Vastu) is the Indian science of space and architecture and how
we may create spaces and environment that supports physical & spiritual health and
prosperity.
Vastu Shastra evolved during Vedic times in India. The concepts of Vastu Shastra was
transferred to Tibet, South East Asia and finally to China and Japan where it provided the
base for the development of what is now known as Feng Shui.

Vastu Shastra is the art and science of designing houses, offices, temples etc that swirl
with good energy. Indian Maharajas and Moghul Emperors used Vastu Shastra when they
built their symmetrical palaces, artificial lakes, and geometric courtyards that thirstily
absorbed positive energy.

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What is Vastu Shastra?

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Vastu Shastra (or short just Vastu) is the Indian science of space and architecture and how
we may create spaces and environment that supports physical & spiritual health and
prosperity.
Vastu Shastra evolved during Vedic times in India. The concepts of Vastu Shastra was
transferred to Tibet, South East Asia and finally to China and Japan where it provided the
base for the development of what is now known as Feng Shui.
Vastu Shastra is the art and science of designing houses, offices, temples etc that swirl
with good energy. Indian Maharajas and Moghul Emperors used Vastu Shastra when they
built their symmetrical palaces, artificial lakes, and geometric courtyards that thirstily
absorbed positive energy.

Like feng shui, Vastu Shastra is based on an octagon with the four directions being the
anchors. Hindus believe that gods live in each of the quarters of the house, and govern the
rooms, possessions, and activities in these locations.
Vasthu is an inherent energy concept of science. We cannot see energy with our naked
eyes but we can realize and see its application in different forms and fashions. Vastu
Shastra uses the forces of natural energies and aims to restore the balance between the
home (the microcosm) and the cosmos (the macrocosm).
Vastu Shastra is not only a science, but is a bridge between man and nature, thus teaching
us the Art of Living. Just like every subject of human aspect is governed with rules,
regulations and acts, similarly the nature has also got certain key factor principles for
smooth governing of its residents, in which Vastu Shastra stands for the law of natural
energies.
Vastu, which literally means to live, works on the premise that the earth is a living
organism, out of which other living organisms emerge. This life energy is known as
Vaastu Purusha. The Vastu Shastra works for a bounded premise i.e., a house, building,
industrial area or shop. The main aim is to form a balance between the outside
atmosphere and the atmosphere within the premise. Vastu Shastra makes use of five
elements – prithvi (earth), agni (fire), tej (light), vayu (wind) and akash (ether), the earth’s
magnetic fields i.e. the north and the south pole and the sun’s rays.

History of Vastu Shastra

Vastu Shastra dates back to the times when the sages lived – probably 6,000 and 3,000
BC. The mention of Vastu Shastra can be found in ancient scriptures like the Rigveda,
Atharvaveda, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Mayamatam, Manasa saar, etc. Ancient Indian
architecture depended on this science for the building of almost all the palaces and
temples. Although the exact origins of Feng Shui are debatable, it is thought to have
originated about five thousand years ago. Scholars have recorded various aspects of Feng
Shui as early as the Song Dynasty (960 BC). However, the basic principles of Feng Shui
were first written down during the Han dynasty (25 AD).

How Vastu Shastra works

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Vaastu works on three principles of design that cover the entire premise. The first one is
Bhogadyam, which says that the designed premise must be useful and lend itself to easy
application. The second is Sukha Darsham, in which the designed premise must be
aesthetically pleasing. The proportions of the spaces and the material used, in the interiors
and exteriors of the building – ornamentation, colour, sizes of the windows, doors and the
rooms and the rhythms of projection and depressions – should be beautiful. The third
principle is Ramya, where the designed premise should evoke a feeling of well being in the user.

Also, Vastu Shastra is a complicated form of science put together by seventeen sages.
There are certain rules that should be followed while building a house or a building. For
instance, the building’s underground water tank or well should be situated in the northeast
direction. But, if the building has an overhead tank then it should be placed in the
southwest direction. Also, more space should be left to the north and the east of the
building compound and less on the south and the west. Open space should be kept around
the building and if the plot has a road on the east-north directions, it is better for the
inhabitants.

Some short principles of Vastu Shastra

  • Indra, the god of gods, is positioned to the East. The East is where it all begins in
    Vastu Shastra. When people build their homes, the main door or the entrance is
    always facing the East. The eastern direction is the harbinger of good luck, which
    comes into the house through the door.
  • Kubera, the god of wealth, resides in the north. In this location some symbolic
    valuables should be placed to attract wealth.
  • The Northeast is the position for Dharma, the god of righteousness. In Vastu Shastra,
    this is the place for worship, meditation and introspection.
  • Agni, the god of fire, lives in the southeast corner. This should be the place of the
    kitchen.
  • Yama, the god of death, resides in the South. He prevents the evil eye from taking
    control of our lives. In India, people put a ghoulish pumpkin mask, similar to
    Halloween masks, in Yama’s position to ward off the evil eye.
  • Niruthi, who prevents homes from being robbed, dwells in the southwest corner.
    This is a safe place for valuables.
  • Varuna, the god of water, lies to the West, where the bathroom should be.
  • Vayu, the god of wind and air, is situated in the northwest corner. Vayu promotes
    serenity, peace and calm. A good place for the bedroom.

It is commonly believed that Buddhism involves long hours of meditation and is devoid
of elaborative pujas (prayers) and ceremonies associated with prayer-offerings. People
also think that Gautam Buddha was against an organised religion and propounded
Buddhism minus the offerings and ceremonies to undermine the priestly class who
exploited the common masses with religious superstitions. But the fact is Buddhism has
elaborate ceremonial prayer offerings, especially its Mahayana and Vajrayana forms.

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