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vastu

/vas·tu/ (vahs´too) [Sanskrit] a traditional Hindu system of space design whose purpose is to promote well-being by constructing buildings in harmony with natural forces.
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After Rawat became the chief minister last year, there were reports about alteration taking place in the building in a bid to correct the structure as per vastu shastra.
Even as the idea of a new secretariat based on Vastu principles was facing immense resistance from the opposition parties, the chief minister was pressing ahead to incorporate Vastu Shastra in every government project.
The city was planned and laid out according to Vastu Shastra, with a Vishnu temple at its centre, Vishnu being the protector.
Some newspaper reports suggested they had decided not to move in because the vastu shastra (an Indian form of architecture, akin to feng shui) on the building was not spiritually correct.
The hotel is inspired by the five elements of nature - water, fire, air, earth and space - from the Hindu science of Vastu Shastra.
Vaastu, also known as Vastu Shastra, is an ancient science-cum-philosophy, based on astrology and Hindu divinities.
Chandrasekhar Rao's "obsession" with vastu shastra (means science of architecture and construction similar to the Chinese feng shui).
AFTER houses and offices, it's now the turn of a mortuary to be designed keeping the principles of Vastu Shastra in mind.
76 - 42 Lacs IVY Estates Pune Amenities 100% Power backup Children's play area Club House Gymanisium Marble Flooring Swimming pool Vastu Shastra Very large Landscape gardens
KCR is a strict adherent to Vastu Shastra and does not do anything without consulting on the matter.
So, you have a step well, temple, baradari ( an open pavilion with 12 arches), and a pool designed according to the principles of vastu shastra.
Andhra Pradesh-based renowned Vastu consultant, Sri Gouru Tirupai Reddy visited Sarabjit Singh's house at Bhikhiwind and suggested the family to undertake some measures under Vastu Shastra, a traditional Hindu system of design based on directional alignments.