5 Vastu Tips To Follow For Garden At Home
By: Pinki Sun, 02 Feb 2020 8:49 PM
Planning and designing your garden as per Vastu Shastra can significantly alter your mood, while also ensuring health and prosperity. An outdoor garden allows us to feel close to nature, giving us the luxury to enjoy the serenity and calmness affected by the abundance of flora. People cultivate gardens for their refreshing character. Vastu Shastra, the traditional Hindu system of architecture, can help tap into such natural beauty and its energising qualities. Listed below are some guidelines that one can follow to ensure their garden is Vastu-compliant.
* The planning and design of your garden can have a significant effect on your mood, health and prosperity. People make gardens for their refreshing character. Lush green surroundings help in relaxing and restoring inner peace. Vastu can be of immense help in tapping such natural beauty and its energizing qualities. Some vastu tips for garden.
* The entertaining unit for the children is recommended towards the North-West of the garden. As far as possible plantation should be avoided in the East, North, South-East, South-West, North-West corners should be plant free. Gardens in the South-East and South-West cause tensions. In particular, large or tall plants should never be planted towards the East or North. No large plant should be planted exactly in the centre of a site.
* Thorny succulent plants must not be grown within the house limits. Cacti are considered very dangerous and harmful for a residential unit. They purport to bring tensions and create fractious relationships. If you keep them, it is preferable to keep it separately, and out of house limits.
* A swimming pool in the centre, towards the South, South-East or South-West and even the North-West creates undue events. It brings negativity in the health of the residents. A swimming pool is favourable in the East, North or even in the West.
* The fountains or water ponds within a house limit should not be built in the centre and should follow the same principles as the placement of swimming pools. Placed wrongly they cause problems with respect to mental peace and health.