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  1. Is ‘Vastu Shastra’ applicable only to Hindus?

    No. In fact, it is a science of structures. Religion does not come into consideration as it is written keeping the structure in mind so that those who reside in it are benefited by it.

  2. Can ‘Vastu Shastra’ defects be overcome by performing pilgrimages, worship, homas, yantras, yagas etc.?

    No. These are useless and money wasting practices. If your electric mixer is not working, you take it to an electrician, not just pray God; equally it is silly to expect that such rituals would work.

  3. Certain books of ‘Vastu Shastra’ say, that the owners’ star is important while selecting the plot and the placement of doors. Comment.

    Nothing can be farther from the truth. The person who builds a house does so with an intention to stay with his family. His family may consist of his wife, children, brothers and sisters as well as parents. Granting that the door is selected and placed as per the Birth Star or name star of the Owner, what about others? Surely, all their stars cannot be the same. So since the doors does not match their star they should get into trouble. This approach has no meaning and is to be discarded.

  4. I am only a tenant, not the owner, hence I am not subject to the ‘ Vastu influences’ – Is this statement correct?

    No. Vastu is the characteristic of the structure. The question of ownership does not come into the picture. Whoever resides in it is the recipient of the effects not who financed to build it. The word owner used in this text only means the resident of the building and applies both to the tenant and owner depending on who occupies it.

  5. Does the plot have different effects on male and female?

    Yes. The East of North-East, positive half of East, Positive half of North and West of North-West, Positive half of West, West of South- West have more effect on males, the other areas affect females more. Please note it is only a question of degree and both are vulnerable. The effect can interchange depending on the vulnerability. E.g. a career oriented women is easily vulnerable to the male effects.

  6. How actually does Vastu affect human beings?

    The effect is through bio- energy forces. These forces are a combination of Gravitational forces, Magnetic field of Earth, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, and Cosmic radiations. We know that each field has its own effect on the mind and body. In a structure, where the bio energy field is weak, there is a depletion in supply to the occupants which manifests as a disease.

  7. Are ‘Vastu’ and “Astrology’ related?

    Heavens, No!! People often mistake ‘Vastu’ as a branch of ‘ Astrology’. There is quite an amount of mixup in the old texts also by linking the horoscope of the owner with certain calculations to arrive at the door position, best preferred direction for the owner in question etc. Some books have also gone to the extent of working out these aspects taking all the family member’s births stars into account.It should be recognized that Vastu is a science of structures and linking Vastu of an universal approach. We cannot lose sight of the fact that no individual can exist as an unique entity and remain unaffected by the happenings of his near and dear ones. Thus a family is an industry or a business house can function only as a team and no individual can be credited to be the whole and sole of it at the summary exclusion of all others. Similarly, the determination of ownership itself can lead to controversy. Take the example of a house owned by a partnership firm or a Private or Public Ltd. Company. Here who should be considered as the real owner? Further the question of ownership itself does not arise in cases of some structures like temples, public sectors undertakings etc.

  8. Is the saying right that a house should not be built near a temple?

    Probably this rule was made in the interest of protecting the sanity of the surroundings of a temple. Ordinarily, if houses are surrounding a temple then dirt and noise also cannot be avoided. This certainly affects the atmosphere in a temple. Thus the rule has practical validity.

  9. Is closing a well a sin?

    If the well is in a wrong place then it has to be closed. There is no need to offer any ‘Poojas’ or other rituals before such closure. As we are all aware open wells were common in villages. Only a rich man could bear the cost of digging a well. Normally, such wells were used to draw the water by the village folks residing nearby. Thus a well served an important need of the community in several cases. Closure of such a well would create problems for others. Hence the rule!! In cities, where the situation is different a closure will not affect any. By all means close the well if it is in a wrong place. The well should be closed by filling it with mud. Pouring water in stages and once level of the mud reaches the surface level of the ground slabs can be placed. There is no need to worry about committing a sin.

  10. Does a Ganesha idol at a ‘T’ junction to ward off ill effect?

    This is again a blind belief. An idol cannot protect us if forces are negative. I have already explained that a junction does not pose any danger.