About Vastu.


Vastu Shastra is a traditional Indian architectural system that combines principles of architecture, design, and directional alignments. It is believed to create harmony and balance between humans and their living spaces by incorporating elements of nature, cosmic energies, and ancient beliefs.

Based on the idea that the layout and design of a building can significantly impact the well-being and prosperity of its inhabitants, Vastu Shastra provides guidelines for the construction of houses, temples, offices, and other structures. It emphasizes the importance of proper orientation, room placement, and the use of specific materials to ensure a harmonious and conducive living or working environment.

Vastu Shastra takes into account various factors, including the five elements (earth, water, fire, air, and space), the cardinal directions, and the flow of energy within a space. It aims to create a balanced and positive atmosphere that promotes health, happiness, and prosperity.

While Vastu Shastra continues to influence architectural practices and interior design in India, its principles have also garnered interest worldwide. However, its scientific basis has been a topic of debate, with some questioning its empirical validity. Nonetheless, many individuals and professionals still adhere to Vastu principles when planning and designing buildings, considering it a valuable tool for creating harmonious living and working spaces.