Create an Amazing Blend of Vastu and Om Recitation !
Vastu Shastra Is an ancient science that hands out a set of rules which allows the positive cosmic energies lie in a fashion that harmonizes our existence with the natural surroundings. In countries like China and India this science plays an important role while planning the architectural layout of any house or apartment. People genuinely believe that if the layout of the house is constructed in such a way that only the positive energies from the natural forces present around us are captured then that would lead to the overall increment in the peace quotient of a dwelling. The people living inside it would gain and prosper in their respective fields both professionally and evolve emotionally.
Here in this segment we talk about what alterations one can bring in the most tranquil zone of their house- The Puja room. It’s a section of the house that consists of all the deities and idols of god a place exclusively used for offering prayers, and meditation purposes. This room in itself brings in positive energies in the house team it up with Vastu Shastra tips and the energies would just increase by manifolds.
Following are a few key points one should keep in mind to obtain an ideal Puja room:
- A separate room for worshipping gods or a small portable mandir, be it anything the face of it should be in the North-East direction. Sun rises from the east and early dawn brings with it the first rays of the sun which are rich in positive energies; bringing a considerable difference in the peace and tranquility of the meditation process. South and South East directions are a big No No as it is ruled by Yama and Agni respectively. Don’t take it with a pinch of salt, this actually creates a difference.
- The puja room should be neither on the top floor nor in the basement. Ground floor is ideally the best for its location. It’s because basements are dingy and secluded areas while top floor of the house is ideally the best for location of master bedrooms in terms of Vastu shastra. In villas and bungalows were the space is available in abundant quantity the mandir could be installed in the center of the ground (also called as the Brahmasthana) A region governed by Lord Brahma- the creator.
- The idols of god should be placed on a raised platform, probably on a small table, with no pictures of deal family members anywhere around it. Also an idol which is physically damaged, even a slight crack should immediately be replaced.
- Earthly colors which have a soothing effect on eyes such as light yellow, white, light blue should be used to paint the walls in this room. They reflect the light most efficiently and accounts for a well lit atmosphere, illuminating the entire room. Ideally the best for a puja room.
Not much of a hassle to bring in these changes in a built-up housel just shuffle the existing stuff, place it logically and you are good to go.