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What are the five major defects of Vaastu, what is the effect?

What are the five major defects of Vaastu, what is the effect?

What are the five major defects of Vaastu, what is the effect?

The importance of Indian Vastu Shastra has been there since ancient times and now once again the rules of Vastu Shastra are being adopted on a large scale. In the intervening decades, this scripture was almost forgotten, but as problems began to increase in life, people are adopting its principles once again. Vaastu Shastra mainly works on the basis of directions. Which part of a house is in which direction, how big or small. In which direction is the main door of the house, there are many such principles, by adopting which a person can live comfortably in the house where he lives without stress. On the contrary, if the rules of Vastu are not followed, then many kinds of problems start coming in life.

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Description of architecture

Today we will talk about some major defects of Vaastu Shastra. Although hundreds of types of defects are described in Vaastu Shastra, but the main five of them are such that it is necessary to follow them in any case. These are also called Panch Mahadoshas. If these defects are not taken care of, then the house being built can become a house of troubles.

Let us know what are those faults.

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North-east (east) angle

The first Mahadosha begins with the shape and type of the land. The size of the land you are going to build a building on matters a lot. A square or rectangular plot is considered the best, but if the north-east or south-west corner of a plot is cut off, then it is the biggest major fault. A building constructed on such a plot can make a person financially poor. There is a situation of fierce dispute between the people living in a building built on such a plot.

Most important building

The most important place of any building is its central part. It is so important that it is called Brahmasthan. In ancient times, the Brahmasthan was left empty, that is, nothing was constructed in it, but now due to lack of space, it has become a compulsion to build in the central part as well. In such a situation, it is very important to keep in mind that there should not be any big pillar in the middle part i.e. Brahmasthan. This will disrupt the flow of positive energy in the entire building and then any other auspicious place will have no effect. The people living in such a building are always surrounded by some disease or the other.

North-east (east) angle

Having a toilet or underground water tank in the north-east (east) angle is considered a major Vastu defect. If there is a toilet or water tank in the Northeast corner of the building, then income related problems remain. If business activities go on in such a building, then there is always a loss for the people doing business there. They can never progress. The kitchen should also not be in the north-east corner, if so, then there are fights between the family members.

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Well or underground water tank

There should not be a water place in the south-west direction. If borewell, well or underground water tank is made in this direction, then it closes all the ways to grow. Due to this the flow of money stops and the family goes into debt. If there is such a situation in a commercial complex, then the business running there can go bankrupt by drowning in debt. The ancestral property of the houses also gets destroyed in such a place.

South west angle

In Vaastu Shastra, the south-west angle is said to be the place of the head of the house. Having a toilet at this place makes the life of the head unstable. Due to the instability of the head, it affects the whole family. Situations like disease, financial crisis, disputes arise.

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