vaastu so­lu­tions

HT Estates - - Property Classifieds - Naresh Sin­gal

I am a reg­u­lar reader of your es­teemed col­umn. It will be very kind of you if you could give me some sug­ges­tions to over­come a prob­lem. We are six mem­bers in our fam­ily – my par­ents, my wife , two kids (boys) age six and 12 and me. All of us do not get along well with each other. We keep quar­relling and due to this I can’t con­cen­trate on my busi­ness. We all feel highly de­pressed and in­se­cure, my re­la­tion­ships and busi­ness are in tur­moil.

—Ajay sri­vas­tav (Bhopal ) If the north part of the house is el­e­vated when com­pared to the rest of the area or there is a kitchen in this part of the house, it can cause a fi­nan­cial cri­sis. Due to this vaastu dosha res­i­dents al­ways feel fi­nan­cial in­se­cu­rity. As far as quar­relling fam­ily mem­bers are con­cerned, you should re­move clut­ter around the house. Throw away waste ma­te­rial, empty boxes or bro­ken glass. If you want to get good re­sults, go for vaastu shanti by a pro­fes­sional vaastu con­sul­tant. We are two broth­ers liv­ing in a house built by my fa­ther in 1990. Now we want to do some ren­o­va­tion to im­prove the vaastu of the dwelling. Kindly let me know how I should pro­ceed fur­ther.

—Nitin Ma­h­eswari, Delhi You should start work from the north-east. And if you are plan­ning re­con­struc­tion, you may start it from the south-west. The north-east, cen­tre (Brahma sthan) and south­west are the most sen­si­tive di­rec­tions. While con­struct­ing or re­con­struct­ing, stairs, kitchens and toi­lets should should not be built in the north-east.

Toi­let and pooja room or al­tar should be avoided in the south-west. Do not keep south-west open. Ig­nor­ing these di­rec­tions can cause fi­nan­cial hur­dles and cre­ate prob­lems for chil­dren. It is al­ways a wise de­ci­sion to hire the ser­vices of a pro­fes­sional vaastu con­sul­tant be­fore start­ing con­struc­tion or re­con­struc­tion. I hold a very se­nior po­si­tion in an or­gan­i­sa­tion of re­pute, with good salary. How­ever, I am not able to clear my house loans, and also face prob­lems in com­plet­ing the con­struc­tion of the house. I want to know, when I will be able to clear the loans and com­plete the con­struc­tion.

—Ka­malkant Sharma Fac­ing hur­dles in house con­struc­tion or in­com­plete con­struc­tion shows that con­struc­tion was started at an unaus­pi­cious time. Di­rec­tion should also be keep in mind if re­con­struc­tion work has to be­gin. One so­lu­tion to the prob­lem would be to dig a pit of 2 ¼ in the north-east part of the house and put a pitcher of water there and then fill up the pit. Hope this will help you to over­come your prob­lems. I am work­ing in a pri­vate com­pany. I am not sat­is­fied with my job and salary I am get­ting. When my fi­nan­cial prob­lem be over? What does fu­ture look like? Please help me out.

—Di­nesh Nagpal, Gur­gaon Your ques­tion is com­pletely based on astrology. For a proper an­swer please let me know your date and place of birth. We bought a house four years back – set be­low the ground floor. From the very first day we have been ex­pe­ri­enc­ing prob­lems in our busi­ness, health and per­sonal life. There is a sep­tic tank in the south di­rec­tion. We have to come down at least six steps to en­ter the main house. I have two daugh­ters and they keep on fac­ing prob­lems one af­ter the other. We have also faced med­i­cal prob­lems and my hus­band and I both feel a lack of en­ergy. Please help us

—Vinita Jain For all of your prob­lems, there is one an­swer - you are re­sid­ing in a space that’s set at a level be­low the ground floor. Liv­ing here will be a prob­lem. The best thing that can be rec­om­mended is to sell this prop­erty for com­mer­cial ac­tiv­ity as soon as pos­si­ble.

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