POOJA ROOM VASTU TIPS

The mandir or pooja room holds a very special position in a house. It is a place of devotion, hope, trust, truth, and even refuge. In view of the mandir’s immense significance, it is essential to create a space that embodies the best possible principles of vaastu.

Wood and marble are the best materials to use when constructing a mandir.

Best Direction and Proper Placement

Direction: The best direction to worship in is the northeast; the sun’s first rays fall in this corner, making it very sacred. In vaastu science, the northeast corner is known as isshan(corner for ishwar or God). This direction is also recognized as the point from where earth’s powerful magnetic energy is generated. Therefore, this is an ideal location for a mandir. However, if your mandir is not situated in the northeast, make sure that you face this direction while praying.

Placement: Make sure that the pooja room is not positioned next to the toilet. One should also avoid building a mandir in the bedroom or the kitchen.

It is also not advisable to build a mandir underneath the stairs, or construct any structure over the prayer room, as you would end up symbolically stepping on it.

Inside the Pooja Room

Idols: The idols and images of gods and goddesses should be placed on a wooden platform. (Why?) The idols can be kept on marble and stone also.

If it is wood it should be pure and tree would only. Rose wood is very pure and good. Ply and laminated boards are not pure wood.

The answer for why is…..it is mentioned in the scriptures “Purans”

Make sure that the size of the idols is not more than the size of the thumb of the owner of house. (Why?) The idols which are bigger than the thumb are supposed to be in society mandir/ Temples. If the idols are larger than the thumb size, pran prathishta has to be made in the idols. It is a ceremony while keeping establishing he idols it is meant that the power has been put in the idol. After that the idol is to taken care as a human being because it is considered that the idol has prana energy(life energy) in it. This is also mentioned in the “purans”

Pictures in Pooja Room: Avoid placing too many pictures or symbols – shiv lingams, conches, etc. – of a single god. (Why?) It is a point of respect, faith and value we give to our god. These should not be kept in our living rooms, drawing rooms and other places. These are our personal places, we eat and relax there. God pictures and idols kept here and there gives a sense of modern  spirituality and faith. But God is all mighty we keep them any where, or hang them on wall, just to fulfill the fashion in the society. Conch is considered as a very scared identity in Hindu culture, and in lots of places it is displayed as a showpiece.

In the scriptures a specific number is  mentioned for each and every deity. The place and the directions are also mentioned. The nature and characteristics of ritual also varies a little bit. It is a rule we can not change. There are 33 crore gods in the Hindu culture. It will be difficult to mention all of them.

Never place pictures of deceased people or your guru in the pooja room. (Why?)The deceased people and gurus are human being and in comparison to the god the position/grade is lower. So these should not be kept in same level and same place  with the god. The wall can be changed.

Placing pictures, idols and tiles of Lord Ganesha on gates and at the front of a house is not advisable. This is because Goddess Lakshmi’s sister Daridrata, whose name also means poverty, is featured on Lord Ganesha’s back. So, when you place the god with his back to the house, you are, in essence, inviting poverty into your house.

Diya: Make it a point to light a diya (earthenware oil lamp) or burn incense before the gods in your mandir every evening.

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BEST TIME.. MUHURATHAM ( PART 1 )

Best time.. Muhuratham

Time is immortal. It never remains the same for any individual. However, a favourable time is ascertained keeping in mind the movements of the stars and planets. An auspicious time selected to perform an important event or action in one’s life is what we know as Muhurtham.
If we look at Muhurtham as a whole, it is a unit of measurement of time in Hinduism as per the Hindu calendar. A muhurtham is equivalent to 2 Ghadiyas or over a span of 48 minutes approximately.

As per the Manu Samhita:

• 18 Nimesha (twinkling of the eye) = 1 kashtha

• 30 kashtha =1 kala

• 30 kalas= 1 Muhurtham

We all wish to begin and end important moments and decisions of our life during a favourable time frame, be it marriage, celebration of the birth of a child, inauguration of a new property and many such events. If these events are begun during an auspicious time frame (Shubh Muhurtham), it surely would be completed peacefully and even the after affect of it would e favourable, for the people involved, in the long run.

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Cultural importance:

Hinduism has a very vast domain and it rests a lot on beliefs and cultures. There are certain times which are considered very lucky and auspicious for a particular activity. One such example is narrated in Ayurveda, ‘Ashtami Vyadhi Nashini’ which refers to the 8th day of a lunar month and the belief goes that medicine taken on this day cures an illness very fast. The logic behind this is that the distance between the earth and the moon is the greatest on this day of the month because of which the liquid medicine remains stable in the stomach thereby bringing about faster and batter results.

How Muhurtham helps us:

• harmonises our forces with nature

• improves chances of success

Factors taken into account while choosing an appropriate Muhurtham:

While choosing the correct and most appropriate Muhurtham for any particular activity, five elements need to be chosen and well synchronised with each other.

• Vara (weekday)

• Tithi (lunar day)

• Nakshatra (asteerism)

• Yoga

• Karana

Planetary positions determine the above factors and the explicitly listed in the Panchanga or Ephemeris. However, while choosing a propitious moment or Muhurtham, make sure the Ascendant and the Moon are strong which in turn is determined by the time selected as per the horoscope of the individual.

Scientific reason:

We have many forces around us which govern our everyday living, one of them being the gravitational force between the planets of the solar system, which affects both living and non-living things on earth. Likewise the high and low tides in the ocean are caused due to the presence of the gravitational force between the moon and the earth. Being a perfect combination of planets in the sky this Muhurtham makes for an excellent choice for human beings to conduct any activity. Likewise, there is a close relationship between astrology and time. The radiation affects of the planetary motions, including the sun and the moon, on all terrestrial phenomenon presents a testimony to the intelligence and accomplishments of a generation. The sun’s rays affects the biological activity while the moon’s rays impacts the psychological actions of an individual. It is believed that seasonal changes and solar radiation even impact agricultural activities like planting, cultivating, growth, maturity and harvest.

Brahma Muhurtham:

This time frame is determined as the Sun god spreading his rays of light and energy throughout the globe just like a peacock spreading its feathers. The light rays coming from the galaxies in the form of sun’s rays is believed to influence the human brain, emitting light blue divine positive vibrations which brings the cells and the brain to life. According to Hindu mythology, the Sun God is also the god of life. Hence, the importance of the Brahma Muhurtham lies in the fact that if a man is able to synchronise his senses with these divine rays during this period/hour, he would be empowered with unchallengeable energy.
Power of penance during the Brahma Muhurtham:
• energy comes out in the form of high powered electrical and magnetic charge

• this energy helps in the upliftment of living creatures on earth

• penance during the brahma muhurtham can benefit those who keep awake during this time tremendously

• the light rays coming out during this period greatly and positively affect the human brain

• these rays are light blue in colour which in turn activate the brain cells.

• meditation and penance during this time helps in the powerful awakening and spreading of the electrical and magnetic charges.

• it calms the brain and helps one to get solutions to all his problems.

• it generates ideal working conditions for the individual, with more energy and zeal Veeravayu

It has been scientifically proven that at night, the atmosphere gets re-charged while by morning the wind gets charged with the beneficial rays of the moon and the stars. This charged-up wind is known as ‘Veeravayu.’ It is highly beneficial to us as our minds get sharpened and the body gets refilled with new life force.

Continued..

Five things don’t do in Bedroom | Vastu for Home | Vastu for Bedroom by Dr. Chawla’s

Five things don’t do in Bedroom; this things are following below:-

1. Do not point the feet towards the door of the room, this is not considered good because as it is seen that it gives many health problems.

2. Avoid the openings of big window behind your bed, there should be a solid wall behind the bed.

3. Bed adjoining the toilet wall; now he says bed adjoining the toilet wall again gives you health problems as it receives the negative energy from the toilet.

4. Do not choose too dull colors; Dr. Puneet Chawla suggests do not choose too dull colors like grey, off white or beige shades, these colors retain dullness in your life.

5. No sharp colors too for the bedroom; lastly he suggest no sharp colors to for the bedrooms like reds, dark blues etc. colors like pinks, light green, light blue and very light violet are good.

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Dr. Puneet Chawla is a Life Guru, guiding and mentoring the followers to solve their life problems and make a easy living. He corrects the reasons of troublesome life by way of Vastu, Mantra and Tantra Mandalas. Being an intuitive personality he senses the negative energies, the reasons of problems and rarely predicts the life decisions too. He is a Shiv and Shakti Sadhak and guides people through Shivpath.

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