Exercise

  1. Q1. Which yogas are considered auspicious to start constructions?
  2. Q2. Which Nakshatras are considered auspicious to start constructions?
  3. Q3. Which Days are considered auspicious to start constructions?
  4. Q4. Why is Vrisha Vastu Chakra Cast?
  5. Q5. Which days are prohibited for House warming ceremony?

Vastu and Numerology 8

Numerology is very much important for Vastu. A person first wants to know as to which number of a house or shop will be auspicious for him. The power of numbers cannot be ignored. In Numerology, effects on a particular person, event and country is considered by numbers. The radical and lucky numbers of a person is considered on the basis of his date of birth if the effect of numbers on him has to be found out. Prediction can be made by name numbers also in case the date of birth is not known. Very often, it has been noted that the important events in the life of a person coincide with a particular number. If you try to make an appreciation of the good and bad events in your life, you will find that some of the specific events are related with some particular numbers.

How to find out radical and lucky numbers

The numbers of the date of birth of a person born on 12-7-1985 will be added up to find out his radical number. The number of the date of his birth is 12. 1+2 makes 3. So, the radical number of the person is 3. Now to find out his lucky number, the date, month and year of his birth is added up in the following manner:

1+2+7+1+9+8+5 = 33

= 3+3=6

So, the lucky number of the person is 6. Both the number 3 and 6 will have much influence on the good and bad events in his life. Every number has to be considered separately to know the effect and nature of it.

Remedies of Vastu

Remedies of Vastu

Scholars have mentioned some remedies to overcome Vastu faults. Some advise to perform Vastu Shanti and some to proritiate the planets. Some others advise to adopt remedies mentioned in Tantra-Mantra whereas some to wear Rudraksha.


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