Vaastu Shastra takes into account environmental factors that affect man and his buildings, in laying down guidelines for the design of buildings, so that man can benefit from the positive and useful effects of these factors and is protected from their harmful and negative effects. The environmental factors and their effects on man and his buildings have been explained here:

Vastu Shastra lays down fundamental principles of Architecture that should be followed in designing, so as to ensure a beautiful, aesthetic, proportionate, comfortable sized and well oriented building. These fundamental principles are explained here:


  1. I came across your blog the other day by chance. It does make a very interesting reading and explains the logical reasons behind the various Vastu principals very well.
    While I do agree with & understand the explanations given, I am seeking to understand the aspect of non compliance with these principals. Have been reading many books & websites which warn against non compliance. They outline the ill effects that might befall the inmates, ranging from ill health, loss of wealth, discontinuation of family lineage etc etc.

    Your blog details the direction of light & air currents as primary reasons for the various principals. It made a lot of sense in olden days when no artificial means for light & air were there.
    However, I am unable to understand how light & air can influence the ill effects mentioned above, specifically in current times, when artificial lights and air conditioning rules.
    Having said this, I also wish to mention that I have personally experienced/ witnessed some of the ill effects & their reversals once the corrective measures were taken.
    Unable to understand this phenomenon, I am seeking your guidance in explaining them.
    Would be obliged to hear from you.
    Sincerely Ruchira

  2. What a load of crap!


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