- Category: Vastu/FengShui
- Created on Thursday, 15 January 2009 16:40
- Published on Thursday, 15 January 2009 16:40
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So far we have considered the creation of the universe , nature , five elements and eight direction. Now we shall see how to select the land on which a dwelling is to be built, and its internal structure.
Today by the term home , we generally mean a two or three room selfcontained unit . The idea of this type of dwelling has become common and accepted in both the urban and rural setting . At the same time , individual houses and apartment complexes have also become common . Today the ides of how a house should be build that our ancient sages profounded , have not been followed and there is a great deal of difference between the modern and ancient thought . Terefore , the aim of vastushastra is to harmonise the ancient and the modern concepts .
While buying a flat one must see that the maximum number of positive points are available . If the shell of building has already been constructed then the internal layout can be designed to confirm vastu principles and the remaining negative aspects can be removed by remedial measures . If the plan for a house or any commercial building is made by an architect in consultation with a vastu specialist , the maximum number of positive points can be incorporated . If the builder puts up a sign or hoarding outside the project to say that project as per vastushastra then it will elicit good response and a large number of flat will be sold quickly . Of – course one has to ensure that this is not a mere publicity stunt and that vastushastra has really been followed .