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Sendha namak/sea salt has a great significance in the science of Vastu Shastra and if you can achieve good results from its use. It is useful for maintaining your health due to the nutrient content and works as a stress reliever, disinfectant, and many others.
Vastu Shastra has its principles, and if you follow them correctly, you can get success in business, life, and the social group. Many modern projects started construction as per Vastu. Most of the business houses consult Vastu experts to guide them for business success. Here are some online Vastu tips for your office.
The whole sole aim of Vastu Shastra is to increase wealth and keep the lord Kuber happy. He has the power to give you all the wealth and money to you that you desire! How can you please the Lord Kuber and get good health and wealth at your home? Here are a few Vastu tips to make your life healthy & wealthy
The concept of Vastu Shastra in the present-day world is a natural science. Going into the technical designs for the entire infrastructure of the house could be a difficult thing to do, but giving a section of your home a complete makeover regarding the Vastu format is a cakewalk, which results in all-round well-being and prosperity of the residents of the house.
Vastu Shastra is an ancient science that hands out a set of rules which allows the positive cosmic energies to lie in a fashion that harmonizes our existence with the natural surroundings. In countries like China and India, this science plays an essential role while planning the architectural layout of any house or apartment.
Vastu Shastra is the traditional Indian technique through which a home can be positivity abode and avoid the negative wavelength from home. Making a home as per Vastu Shastra, you can ward off negative and paucity from home.
Tortoise Is Important In Both Vastu Shastra And In Feng Shui. As tortoise is gifted with long life therefore in Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui, it symbolizes Long Life. As in Puranas, Lord Vishnu took the form of a tortoise to uphold the earth and its beings during the Sagar Manthan; Lord Vishnu’s Tortoise is the second avatar and is called a Kurma avatar.
In the olden days, mainly in India, many residents provide or construct one pooja room known as God Room, Temple, Mandhir, Bhajana room, Prayer room, etc.; days and years are passing, now the pooja room converted into a pooja shelf, now a day's people placing God Idols at shelves only, not involved to construct one separate room to God, our interesting God.