VASTU FOR PUJA ROOM
To pray to god we all need a special place to worship in our home. in Indian culture our day starts with praying to god. Once you have made a puja or prayer room in your home then “the room” automatically starts to attract positivity and harmony.
However, if the pooja room is left unprotected then this “attracted” positivity and harmony starts to weaken due to the influence of negative energies that – may be – present in your home.
Hence, you must take all the required actions and make sure that the pooja room in your home is Vastu shastra compliant so that it is capable of enhancing and attracting positive energies in and around your home.
Puja room – or prayer room – is – and must be – one the most auspicious and sacred rooms of your home.
But this “most auspicious and sacred” room needs be as per rules and guidelines of Vastu shastra.
Since you worship, keep religious texts, idols and images of deity’s and other Godly belongings in this room, hence you must protect this room from negative energies.
How to Make Your Puja Room Vastu Compliant?
Making a pooja room vastu shastra compliant is a two step process.
The first step that you need to take is to locate the puja room – obviously – in the most auspicious way.
Now, to help you to identify the best possible location for a pooja – or prayer – room in your home, I have made an image, which reveals to you the best location for a pooja room in a home as per Vastu shastra.
As you may see in the image above that the best place to locate puja room is the North-East corner of your home.
However – due to any reason – if the North-East corner is unavailable then you can make the puja room on the East or West side of your home.
The next – and the last – step to making a Vastu compliant pooja room is to follow all Vastu tips and guidelines for pooja room which are mentioned below.
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