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´╗┐Does Vastu Purush dwell in Your House? If your key to the above problem is, “Who is Vastu Purush?”, then address to the cudgel of the ‘Vastu-uninitiated’! A home without the presence of Vastu Purush is inauspicious to chatter the least.

But, before chase the answer as to why this symbol is great for your home, let us see who the Vastu Purush actually is.

The report of this legendary being is mentioned in the Matsaya Purana.
The news goes thing like this: ‘Once Lord Shiva was engaged in a cruel battle with a rakshasa (demon) called Andhikasur.
However, the large powers of Lord Shiva were matched by the demon and, as the battle raged, Lord Shiva began to perspire profusely.

Beads of sweat formed on his forehead and began to fall.
Out of this perspiration was created a demon of such immense proportions that his entity obstructed the Earth and the sky.

Seeing this, the devtas (Gods) became alarmed.

They devised a manner to rout this demon.

A number of 45 Gods seized this creature and sat on his back, pushing him down towards the Earth.
The demon, below their great weight, crashed frontage down to the inducement with his head towards the north-east and his feet towards the south-west.

The demon prayed to Lord Brahma, thus, “Oh Lord, you have created this cosmos.

This thing is furthermore yours.

Why then are these Gods torturing me without any reason? Tell me what should I do to dodge their wrath?” Brahma, appeased by the sincerity of his prayers, said, “From this moment you entrust be worshipped during every construction work, since you lie below the Gods.

Those who quote you prayers as Vastu devta cede be consecrated with happiness and prosperity, but those who don’t, commit suffer penury and untimely death.
” From that day onwards, Vastu Purush was born.

The Gods, sitting on his back, became the dominant deities of their respective directions.

Vastu Purush is the kernel that dwells in a frame or a building.
It, in fact, provides us with a blueprint for the design of the house, called the Vastu Purush mandala.
This mandala is an zest grid of 64 squares on which is superimposed the Vastu Purush.
From this are derived the rules of Vastu.
The Vastu Purush breathes from the north-east; the reason why it should always be kept flexible and clutter-free.

The south-west allowance contains the substantial rear of the Vastu Purush and is deemed prototype for locating hefty objects.

The positive cosmic energy enters from the north-east and flows towards the south-west.

Of the 45 Gods sitting on the back of the Vastu Purush, there are eight prime Gods that represent the eight directions.

They are: ? North: Governed by Kuber, the Lord of Wealth, and Soma, the Lord of Health, this order is associated with tranquility, sleepiness and sexual relationships.

? North-east: Eesh, the Lord of Energy and Knowledge governs this direction.

This rule is associated with self-awareness and knowledge.

? East: This direction is governed by Indra, the King of Gods.

This directive provides contentment, optimism and encouragement.

? South-east: Agnidev, the Lord of Fire, governs the south-east.

This edict influences health, affluence and prosperity in all its forms.

? South: The south is governed by Yama, the Lord of Death.
This directive is most opportune for wealth, success, happiness and peace.

? South-west: Niriti, the Lord of Demons and the Goddess of Destruction, governs this direction.

The liveliness of this directive bestows tranquility and purity.

? West: West is governed by Varun, the Lord of Water and Rain, and the devotee of the Universal Law.
The zest of this rule is associated with success, glory, fame and fortune.

? North-west: Vaayu, the God of Wind, governs the north-west.

This order bestows management qualities, promoting onus and the facility to plan, organise and lead.

So how can you invite the Vastu Purush to reside in your house? The key is to construct and organise the dwelling according to the principles of Vastu.
The basics of these principles are: ? Keep the north-east light; south-west heavy.

The underground moisten tanks are ideally located on the north-east and substantial overhead tanks, to the south-west.

? Keep the north-east open; south-west closed.

Plant trees and lofty shrubs in the south-west and crisp shrubs and flowering plants in the north-east of the garden.

Have other windows in the north-east.

? Keep south-west higher; north-east lower.
Ensure that the mobility of the drainage is from the south-west to the north-east.

? Centre of the house is brahmsthal, so nothing should be constructed on it and it should never keep clutter.
? South-west bestows stability; north-west, movement.

Make the gentle bedroom in the south-west; the master of the spawn bequeath remain in control.
Make the guest room in the north-west; guests commit vacate early! A detailed guide of all these principles is given in my book A Comprehensive Book on Vastu.
Follow these principles and enjoy the benevolence of the Vastu Purush and the blessings of the Gods presiding the varying directions.




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