Lotus (Kamal)

If a small pond is made in the ishan kona, a little away from the main kona and lotus is grown in it, then it pleases goddess Lakshmi. She resides in such a house and with her blessings the family is always blissful.

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Lotus

Peepal, Goolar and Pakad

Peepal tree in the West is considered to be beneficial. Even if peepal is grown in a pot for pooja purpose, it should be placed in the West. Similarly Goolar is beneficial in the South and Pakad in the North. In the opposite directions they start giving the opposite results.

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Peepal

Papaya (Papita)

Vastushastra considers papaya to be inauspicious in the house. If it happens to grow on its own, then it should be pulled out and planted elsewhere. If it is already grown up, then it should not be cut. One should wait till it stops producing flowers and fruit. Then a hole should be made on its trunk and some asafetida (hing) should be packed in it. The tree will dry up on its own. After this a beneficial plant must be planted to counteract this unkind act.

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Papaya

Coconut (Nariyal)

It is an auspicious tree to have in the house. It promotes the progress, honour and status of the family.

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Coconut

Pomegranate (Anar)

A fruit bearing anar tree is considered to be auspicious, but it should not be in the Agneya and Nairritya kona. In some places having anar in the house is not considered to be good, but this view is applicable to the non fruit bearing variety of anar.

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Pomegranate

Turmeric (Haldi)

It is not considered auspicious to have haldi (Turmeric) within the boundary of the house. Even if it grows on its own, it should be removed.

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Turmeric

Banyan (Bargad)

It is an important tree according to Vastu. It is very auspicious to have Bargad towards the East of house or an institution. It fulfils all the desires, but its shadow should not fall on the house. Bargad is not auspicious in the West of the house.

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Banyan

Custard apple (Sitaphal)

It is not auspicious within the boundary of the house. But if it grows on its own, it should not be pulled out, instead an Amla and a fruit bearing Anar should be planted along side it. This destroys the ill effects of Sitaphal.

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Sitaphal

Amla

It is an auspicious tree. It destroys the ill effects of many other trees.

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Amla

Rose apple (Jamun)

In South direction, this tree is considered to be good. In other directions it is neutral. With Jamun in the North, Amla and Anar in the house is also a must.

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Jamun

Mango (Aam)

From the point of Vastu, mango is not an auspicious tree to have, but if it grows on its own, it should not be pulled out. Everyday some black til should be sprinkled around its roots followed by watering. Additionally a Nirgundi plant should be planted near it to destroy the ill effects of Mango.

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Mango

Margosa (Neem)

Having Neem in the Vayavya kona is very auspicious. If a person plants seven such Neem trees he attains Shivaloka after death. A person who plants three Neem trees enjoys the happiness of surya loka for hundreds of years.

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Neem

Henna (Mehandi)

It is inauspicious in the house.

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Mehandi

Bilba (Belpatra)

It is extremely auspicious. It is a favourite of Lord Shiva. Lakshmi Ji, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity resides in a house for generations where the tree of Bel is planted.

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Bilba

Palash

It is an inauspicious tree for the house.

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Palash

Auspicious trees

Presence of Ashoka, Maulashree, Shami, Champa, Anar, Supari, Kathal, Ketaki, Malti, Kamal, Chameli, Nariyal and Banana in the house promotes prosperity. Lakshmi ji blesses such a house.

Domestic Vastu

Domestic Vastu

The principles of vastu science are scientific. By getting the knowledge of these principles and applying it in the construction of building the vastu related faults can be rectified. This book talks about these principles in detail.


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