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Swastik represents the power of the Supreme Being that removes obstacles and ensures success in all projects and endeavors.

Swastik is the symbol of Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha is first worshiped before every auspicious begining, be it laying of the … Read More

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Today most of us are craving for more monetary gains and it is essential to evoke the blessings of Maa Mahalaxmiji, the Goddess of Wealth and  it would also be imperative to also pray and acknowledge the presence of Lord … Read More

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Our multi-part blog series continues. This time we have a look at the third element of Vastu, Fire.

The sun is our source of energy. Along with the other elements, it is equally responsible for life on our planet. It … Read More

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We have often seen others and our selves, walk around the temple after our prayer. This practice is not just done in temples but also other religious gatherings and festivals. So why do we have to take a certain number … Read More

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Guru Nanak Dev Ji taught that there is one God and he is the truth and ultimate reality. In Gods eyes, the labels of Hindu, Muslim, Jew, Christian, etc. don’t mean anything. Gurujii also taught that God has created the … Read More

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In our first blog in this multi-part series, we introduced you to Earth, the first element of Vastushastra. In this blog, we will talk about the second element, Water.

Water is present on Earth in various forms. In oceans and … Read More

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As we have seen earlier in this blog, the science behind Vastushastra heavily relies on the natural elements around us. Those elements are:

  • Earth
  • Water
  • Fire
  • Air
  • Space

These five elements are called as Panchbhootas. In earlier times, life … Read More

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A kalash is a brass, copper or earthen pot filled with water. Mango leaves are placed at the rim of the pot and a coconut is kept in the centre. A red or white thread is tied around its neck … Read More