East and West. On the eastern side of the plot, starting from the mid point of East up to Ishan Kona (N.E.) is considered to be of high quality and is auspicious. From the mid point up to Agneya kona (S.E.) is considered to be of low quality and inauspicious. Similarly on the Southern side of the plot, from the mid point up to Agneya kona (S.E.) is considered auspicious and from the mid point up to Nairritya Kona (S.W) is considered inauspicious. Similarly on the Western side from the mid point up to Vayavya kona (N.W) is considered auspicious and from the midpoint up to Nairritya kona (S.W) is considered inauspicious. On the Northern side, from the mid point up to Ishan kona (N.E.) is considered auspicious and from mid point up to Vayavya kona (N.W) is considered inauspicious. According to modern scholars the whole plot should be divided into 9 equal parts and the door should be made in beneficial places.

Auspicious Door Grid

Door in the East gives good results. Main door in the northern Ishan is extremely auspicious. It ushers in gods blessings and good fortune. If the main door is made in Northern Ishan then automatically the heavier objects will be placed in South and West, with the result the eastern portion will be lighter than the western portion. This is the basic principle of Vastu shastra. Main door in Eastern Ishan is also very auspicious.

Auspicious door grid

This door promotes children’s happiness. It ushers in fame and good reputation. Persons living in such a house are extremely intelligent, wise, learned, witty and sagacious. When the main door is in Eastern Ishan, then automatically the heavier objects are placed in South and the movement is towards North which produces good results. Main door in the Southern Agneya (S.E.) is also auspicious. This door is supposed to be good for the women of the house. Main door in the western vayavya is also auspicious. Main door in the north is good for progress of the family. Main door in the West gives prosperity and protection.

Inauspicious Door Grid

Main door in the Eastern Agneya (SE) is of poor quality and is inauspicious. It brings inauspicious results like theft, fire accidents, and diseases. Main door in Southern. Nairritya (S.W.) creates financial losses and gives diseases to the women of the family. It also reduces their longevity. Main door in Southern Nairritya (S.W.) is harmful for wealth and for the longevity of the men of the family. It also brings about loss of position. For these reasons main door should never be kept in this direction. Main door in Northern Vayavya is also inauspicious and results in the unstable mental condition of the residents.

Inauspicious door grid

To sum up, door in Eastern Agneya causes diseases and fiery accidents. Door in Southern Nairritya makes the women unhealthy and diseased. Door in western Nairritya is also harmful for the health of the women and reduces the age of the door. Door in northern vayavya makes the residents very emotional and mentally unstable.

Note : Main door made at the centre of the plot is inauspicious for a residential or professional establishment. It can cause destruction of the family lineage. Such a door is considered auspicious only for religious places.

Position of Main Door According to Vastu Chakra

The main entrance should be located in the auspicious grid position. The site of building is divided in a 9x9 grid called the paramsayika Mandala. Placement of main door is determined by the presence of different deities having lordship of different parts of the site.

Position of the main door

The correct placement of main entrance in different direction have been shown in figure.

Impact of Main door

  • Loss due to file
  • Female growth
  • Prosperity wealth gain glory
  • Govt. favour, victory
  • Lack of Mental Peace
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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