Vastu Shastra establishing
itself in the present times. All
classes of people are incorporating Vastu in their apartments, offices,
industries, work places.
The traditional way to
follow vastu was the ancient people and villagers preferred east facing homes. They believed that the first morning rays
would bring health and prosperity in their homes. The Sun is worshipped by the Hindu religion
by praying in the morning hours and by offering water at the break of the day. Even in modern time people prefer east
facing home and plots.
Muhurats are the
auspicious days, dates and time. There
is logical reasoning behind such muhurats.
Auspicious work like construction etc is not done during “Dev-Shayan”
which is period considered as rest period for the deities. This period is actually the raining season,
which is not good for construction due to factors like floods, water logging,
The period of
Shukla-Paksha is considered the correct time to start construction which are
the fifteen moon-night of each lunar month. Construction during Krishna-Paksha
are prohibited which are the fifteen dark nights in a lunar month. Logically light is preferred over
In Hindu Culture the
night of Sharad-Poornima is the time when the earth received the most powerful
moon rays containing the medicinal properties.
is the period of six months between January to July and Dakshinayan is the
period of six months between July to December.
Uttrayan is preferable due to the availability of smooth, calm and quite