Vastu Shastra

What if I don’t believe Vasthu

Eshwar Allah thero naam sabuko sanmathi dhe Bhagwan.Land, Water, Fire, Air, and Space combined to-gether is called as “Nature”, this Nature is made up of Five Elements, also known as Pancha Bhuthas.Even our body is made up of these Five Elements.Proper utilisation of these Five Elements (Pancha Bhuthas), as per the Ancient Indian Divine Sciences, for the betterment of the living kind, constructing living places on this earth is known as “Vishwakarma Vasthu Sciences”. VVS.Those who are suffering with problems satisfy themselves in the name of “karma”, (Karma is a Sanskrit word), “karma means the “Past Deeds”, and those who are prospering, speak great of their efforts, once if you study their living places, then you’ll come to know the truth of their karma and their sincere hard efforts.

People living in houses which are as per proper vasthu power prosper, but those who live in houses with improper vasthu power suffer with problems.This is not only applicable to houses, but also in running an industry, or any commercial activities, like, malls, shops, bars, hospitals, agricultural farmlands, so on and so forth.There may be people who don’t believe this, i’m not trying to make non-believers believe this, nor i’m trying to put it on them forcibly, they can stay in a vasthu defective places and see the results for themselves.


If not any-thing at-least a good house should become the attitude of each and every person, for it will not only help them prove worth, but also helps their children (future generations) to prove successful and will also help in achieving a Healthy “Universal Brotherhood” too.(Sarvo jana sukhino bhavanthu).Like many other miracles in nature, results of “VVS” is one among them.My eagerness never made me sit quite, it made me go on telling the needy about this Ancient Indian “Devine Sciences” and it’s miracle results.

In the beginning few uses to listen, but few found me pain, as i used to feel pain earlier.All my worry is by the time you start believing, it should not be that late.Of-course i’m still a drop in the ocean of Vastu Sciences, I can honestly say that I didn’t completely explore the seas of this Sciences, I don’t have such a huge hand, if there’s any person who has done it, i really bow to such a great person.


Ashta Dishas

North, East, South, West, Eesanyam, Aagneyem, Nairuthi, and Vaayavyem are the 8 directions or “Ashta Dishas”.In Sanskrit Ashta means 8″, Disha means “Direction”Among the 8 directions “Ashta Dishas” present in a place, its true that Nairuthi must be higher and Eeshaanyem must be low, but only raising the ground level at Nairuthi and making the ground level at Eeshaanyem low is not sufficient.

Actually there’s a particular proper method to raise Nairuthi and to make Eeshaanyem low.
Lets see how.

  1. Nairuthi must be higher than Aagneyem.
  2. Aagneyem must be higher than Vaayavyem.
  3. Vaayavyem must be higher than Eeshaanyem.

Say suppose the ground level at Eeshaanyem is ( 0 ) level.

  1. Ground level at Nairuthi must be raised in such a way that it is 3 times more than this level.
  2. Level at Aagneyem must be 2 times lower than the level at Nairuthi.
  3. Level at Vaayavyem must be 1 time lower than the level at Aagneyem.

This is only an example, levels need not compulsorily be in the ratio of 3:2:1. but the levels at those particular dishas must compulsorily be in that proportion, by making the ground levels like this, complete floor level becomes slope towards Eesanyam.

All the used water flows towards Eeshaanyem of the place (house) and from there it flows out, similarly following the same principle in levelling the plot ie. (Open places) all the rain water flows towards Eeshaanyem of the plot.All the water flowing towards Eeshaanyem of a place like this, proves worth and promises many good auspicious results.


Names of Places

  1. Places having a road in the East are called as East facing places.
  2. Places having a road in the North are called as North facing places.
  3. Places having a road in the West are called as West facing places.
  4. Places having a road in the South are called as South facing places.
  5. Places having two roads, one in the East and the other in the North are called as Eesanyam places or blocks.
  6. Places having two roads, one in the North and the other in the West are called as Vaayavyem places or blocks.
  7. Places having two roads, one in the East and the other in the South are called as Aagneyem places or blocks.
  8. Places having two roads, one in the West and the other in the South are called as Nairuthi places or blocks.