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beautiful yantras, including planetary yantras, Sri
Yantra, Vedic Pyramids, and Meru Chakra (Sri Chakra).
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for a happy living
literally means " house" or dwelling place.
The principles of Vaastu establish to create a harmony
between the fine elements in the environment.
is directly related with nature, earth's magnetic field
that is invisible but a powerful force, which affects
man's life. Vaastu helps in making a congenial setting
or a place to live and work in a most scientific way
taking advantage of the benefits bestowed by nature,
its elements and energy fields for enhanced health,
wealth, prosperity and happiness. The Vaastu science
mainly deals with the natural needs of the man for living,
like weather, winds, light etc., and the restrictions
or passage of these natural sources in the dwelling.
through the art of design, alters and moulds the elements
of natural environment. The world comprises of five
basic elements - Earth, Sky, Air, Fire and Water. They
are also known as the Paanchbhootas. Among the nine
planets, our planet has life because of the presence
of these five elements.
(Prithvi) - Earth is the third planet in order form
the Sun. It is a big magnet with north and south poles
as centers of attractions. Its magnetic field and gravitational
force has telling effects on everything on Earth whether
living or non-living. Three fourths of Earth's surface
is water and one fourth is land. Its main characteristics
are Shabda, Sparsha, Roopa, Rasa, and Guna. Earth is
the only element linked to all five senses thus exerting
the maximum influence on us.
(Aakaash) - Sky is the endless space available on the
universe. It's effective forces are light, heat, gravitational
force and waves, magnetic field and others. Its main
characteristic is Shabda (Sound). As it is related to
our sense of hearing, in a house, space element is related
to the centre portion or the brahmasthan.
(Vaayu) - Atmosphere of the Earth is about 400 kms in
depth and is composed of gases like oxygen, nitrogen,
carbon-di-oxide, helium, neon, crypton and vapour. Oxygen
is life saving gas indispensable to living organism.
Our sense of sound, touch and feel are related to Air.
Its main characteristics are Shabda and Sparsha (Sound).
(Agni)- Sun is a source of life on earth and has a vast
resource of heat generation. Agni represents light and
heat of fire (burning), lightning, volcanic or plutonic
heat, the heat of fever or inflammation, energy, days
and nights, seasons and such other aspects of Solar
system, and also enthusiasm, ardor, passion, spirited
vigor. The main characteristics are Shabda, Sparsha
and Roopa (form).
(Jala) - It is represented by rain, river and sea. It
has various forms like liquid, solid ice, and gas steam.
In every plant and life on Earth water exists in certain
proportion and its main characteristics are Shabda,
Sparsha, Roopa and Rasa (taste). The eternal water cycling
is mystery of nature.
is a science and a bridge between man and nature. With
the help of Vaastu one can have a happy and peaceful
life. Happy Vaastuing! - IndiaInfo.com
Smita Narang is rapidly becoming one of India's hottest
Web designers. Her method: applying vastu shastra, the
Indian counterpart of feng shui, to the online realm.
The process entails mapping page attributes HTML,
colors, graphics to elements like fire, water,
and air. "Any disturbance of these established
elements can cause an imbalance in the site that directly
affects its business," Narang says. Thanks to her
book WebVastu and her own vastu-ed up homepage, clients are clamoring
for her advice. But does it really make a difference?
Narang reports that of the 500 sites she's redesigned,
three-quarters received an immediate boost in traffic.
To judge for ourselves, Wired asked her to diagnose
one of our spiritual Web haunts, Slashdot.org. Narang
found the news-for-nerds site in desperate need of balance.
Lisa Katayama For
Wired Vaastu Evaluation of SlashDot