Role Of Vastu

Vastu Shastra is defined as a science that synchronizes the balance between human life and the nature. The five basic elements, the eight directions, the electro-magnetic and gravitational forces of the Earth, the cosmic energy emanating from planets as well as the atmosphere and its influence on human life have all been taken into consideration in the Vastu Shastra. With the growing belief in this traditional Hindu system of architecture, some of the Best Architects India incorporate its science and values while designing spaces for their clients.

Vastu Shastra is based on the natural directions, sub directions, geographical conditions, magnetic force of the earth, sun rays, the universal cosmic rays emanating from the planets in the solar system and five natural elements. On the design front it covers layout, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement and geometry which incidentally are some of the essential elements of modern architecture. Today, the Best Architects Mumbai exploit these principles for designing balanced and positive spaces.

All materials in the world, irrespective of their size, shape, color, physical or chemical compositions have embedded their origins from one of the Panchbhootas. They all enjoy a peculiar vibration level, which evades the intelligence of human beings.

The most important aspect considered while formulating Vastu Shastra is the magnetic field of the Earth, which has significant influence on the human life. The human body itself acts as a magnet with the head, the heaviest as North Pole. If the head is directed towards the North while sleeping, the North Pole of the Earth and that of the human body repel each other affecting the blood circulation, causing disturbed sleep, tension and other problems. Thus, it is said by Vastu Shastris that one should not sleep facing his head towards South. In a way, this science is now practiced by Best Interior Designers India.

Scientific illustrations of Vastu

    • Law of energy conservation
    • Human body
    • Food chain
    • Water cycle
    • Combinations of five elements
    • Spectrophotometric analysis of Sun rays
    • Inclined state of the North South axis of the Earth
    • Simple Harmonic Motion