Vastu shastra (vāstu śāstra) is a traditional Hindu system of architecture which literally translates to “science of architecture.” These are texts found on the Indian subcontinent that describe principles of design, layout, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement, and spatial geometry. Vastu Shastras incorporate traditional Hindu and in some cases Buddhist beliefs. The designs are intended to integrate architecture with nature, the relative functions of various parts of the structure, and for instance ancient beliefs utilising geometric patterns (yantra), symmetry, and directional alignments.
Vastu consultation – shastra
It is a fact that we spend most of our time inside a building. This can be it our home, office or other types of dwelling. In other words, all of these spaces and things have a level of energy associated with them. All buildings and even the land has its own vibration of energy. Firstly, some energies are positive and supportive for us while others are can be negative.
Firstly, Vastu aims to eliminate negative and enhance positive energy. These are present at a place or location. In other words, a person, family or even business inhabiting a building become prosperous and progressive.
However we can say that, vastu aims to make harmonious buildings at places in tune with mother-nature. Firstly this means that the human inhabiting the building, lives well balanced and happy life.
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