Significance of 8 Directions in Vastu

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Vastu involves an understanding of the eight directions that includes four cardinal directions and four angles or vidishas. The centre part of all these directions is called ‘brahmasthan’. Every direction is unique in its own way and there is certain speciality of each of them, so according to their significance the house should be planned and constructed.

East is the direction of family generation. Open space should be left in the eastern direction of the house while construction.shubhpuja.com

West direction is capable of giving success, glory, fame and fortune.

North is the place of mother. By leaving open space in north, the maternal side of the family prospers.

South direction is responsible for wealth, success, happiness and peace.

North-east zone is assigned to water. Appropriate for constructing borewell or underground tank. This sector gives stability to the family.

North-west zone is assigned to air. It is good to keep finished goods in this area as they will move fast. It is responsible for relationships, friends and enemies.

South-east zone is assigned to fire. Kitchen, pantry, furnace or boiler should be placed there. Zit is responsible for good health and healthy finances of the inmates of house.

South-west zone is assigned to earth. This is the best area for master bedroom. It gives stability to the head member of the family.

 

These directions cannot change the destiny yet it ensures the safety measures by creating a harmonious space and strength to bear the problems in life. It is like a free will to a person, where he decides what to choose or not.

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