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Kuber Devta

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Today most of us are craving for more monetary gains and it is essential to evoke the blessings of Maa Mahalaxmiji, the Goddess of Wealth and  it would also be imperative to also pray and acknowledge the presence of Lord Kuber.

 

Lord Kuber is the Lord of Wealth, the “Treasurer” of all Gods and Goddesses and He is  also addressed as “Devtaon ke Koshadasksh” and “Dhanadipati”. It is believed that when Lord Kuber Devta ji is pleased, He showers His blessings on the Devotee and this comes in the shape of growth in business, career and profession. Lord Kuber Devta ji  also opens up new avenues and opportunities leading to more sources of income and Lord Kuber Devta ji helps in removing the existing hindrances and speeds up the growth  to ‘Prosperity’ and ‘Wealth’.

 

Placement of Lord Kuber Devta ji Vedic Yantra & Shubh Labh Symbol

  • Install  the Lord Kuber Vedic Yantra & Shubh Labh Symbol in your cash drawer, vault,  locker.
  • The locker / cash  drawer  should open towards North direction. Paint the inside of the cash drawer / vault in yellow shade.
  • Always maintain some reasonable amount of cash & valuables in your locker / cash  drawer.

 

Recite the Mantra dedicated to Lord Kuber Devta ji

Om  Shreem Om Hreem Shreem Hreem

Kleem Viteshwaraya  Namah.

 

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The Five Elements of Vastushastra: Earth – Part 1

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As we have seen earlier in this blog, the science behind Vastushastra heavily relies on the natural elements around us. Those elements are:

  • Earth
  • Water
  • Fire
  • Air
  • Space

These five elements are called as Panchbhootas. In earlier times, life for people was very simple and these five elements were the only known sources of energy, essential for the survival of life. Hence, Vastushastra derives much of it’s knowledge by studying these five elements and how it affects our daily lives.

In this multi-part blog series, we are going to explore each of these five elements and see how it affects us and what we must do to properly harvest it’s energy for our benefit.

 

The first element we will see is Earth or Prithvi. We stay on this planet and hence this world has a lot to give to us. Right from the minerals inside the soil, to the plants that grow from it, the animals that eat these plants and survive and consequently these animals giving us our food and various other resources for our survival, it can all be traced back to the ground under our feet.

In Vastu, it is considered extremely important to study the soil of the ground before making a purchase of the land. Since that soil is going to be the most basic foundation of the future construction, it is very important to not just study the soil but also the size, shape, location, direction etc. as they would all eventually start paying an important role when the construction is completed.

The Earth is also a source for another very important form of energy that it holds, the magnetic pull and gravity. It is believed that our body too contains iron and it’s forms and hence is affected by the Earth’s magnetic properties. It is hence widely suggested to sleep with our heads facing the south direction in order to help align our bodies with it’s magnetic pull.

Another reason why Earth is an important element is because it is the only element that can be experience by all our five sensory organs; touch, smell, sight, sound and taste. Since it has a wider appeal to our body, it plays a far more significant role on us and hence becomes more essential to correctly understand and harvest.

 

In our next blog we shall talk about the next element on the list, water.

 

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History of Vastu

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Have you ever wondered when, how and where did the science of Vastushastra come into being? Who created it, on what principles are it based on and what is the objective of this field? This article aims to throw more light on how this concept came into being from ancient times to it’s more modern force.

As per Sanskrit, Vastu Shastra can be translated to ‘the science/teachings on the art of dwelling’. It is supposed to have come into existence as far as 6000 BC and the ruins of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro are known to have been built using VastuThe mention of Vastu can also be found in our Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas where they talk extensively about architecture and construction. Many ancient temples and palaces of kings were built on these principles.

Vastu was initially conceptualised to be a manual for city-building and town planning. Most of the rules of Vastu were based upon astrology, wind directions and the Sun and how to foster the energy of the elements in order to make life more healthy and prosperous. Since life for people was extremely simple, they relied heavily on the power of the elements to lead their daily routines. Hence, they built their homes to better harvest this energy for their benefit.

Over time, these doctrines of Vastu have been given a more structured shape and have often been associated with Hindu Mythology. The Vastu we see today is a well-researched subject taking our modern lifestyle into consideration which blends science with belief. In modern application, Vastu is used to bring prosperity and overcome hurdles by going back to the science used by our ancestors to harvest the power of the elements in order to overcome our problems.

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