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Vastu & Yantras

VASTU SHASTRA is the traditional Indian system of architecture and design of Vedic origin. Vastu means the dwelling of humans and Gods. Many Vastu rules are derived from 'Vastu Purusha Mandala' which is depicted as a man ying with his head pointing north east, in a grid of usually 64 squares. The different directions and sectors are assigned to different Gods and Guardians. It aims at providing guidelines for proper construction. Vastu orientates, places and dictates the proportions of every detail in building lines, skylines, elongations, levels, slopes, water (underground and overhead), kitchen, bedrooms, toilets, staircase, heights of ceilings and roofs, entrances, loci of  doors and windows, compound walls and so on. Vastu rules are governed by God himself. For example - sun / moon / earth / wind etc are working as per God's fixed rules, same as everybody on earth (animal/birds/human etc) will get his fixed place for living as per his religious, devotional and family status. These are fixed rules and can never be change. In every house / building, head and elder persons will live in Southwest, Southeast and Northwest portions and younger person will live in Northeast, East and North portions.

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