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April 2018

Vaastu Tips - Do It Yourself

Vaastu Tips - Do It Yourself

North-east is the most vital direction in a house. Placing temple in this direction is advised to have divine blessings. Avoid any dustbin or toilet in this direction. Keeping this direction . . . Read more »


March 2018

Vaastu Shastra : Significance of Toilet Locations

Vaastu Shastra : Significance of Toilet Locations

Vaastu is a very wide term and encompasses various fields. Ranging from structural balancing to balancing the land energies, managing geopathic stresses, placement of objects and activities or usage . . . Read more »


February 2018

Vastu: Creating the Best Business Space

Vastu: Creating the Best Business Space

Advanced and scientifically developed techniques of Vastu Shastra can help minimise the effects of the entrance without any constructional changes. Post treatment, supported by internal energy . . . Read more »


January 2018

The Fire Element : As per Vastu Shastra in Life and Business

The Fire Element : As per Vastu Shastra in Life and Business

Inhabitants may experience cash crunch, medical or legal challenges other than relationship and temperament related issues if the fire element is missing, weak or disturbed in any business or . . . Read more »


Where's the 'grey paper', Mr Finance Minister?
The economy was expected to rise after the formation of the new government. But sadly, that's not going to happen. The previous government had said the economic growth rate would be seven percent this year. But the new government says it won't be more than six . . . read more »