Vastu Principles

  1. What is Vastu
  2. Directions
  3. Selection of Plot
  4. Division of Direction
  5. Central Area
  6. Building Shape
  7. Beneficial Plot / Building
  8. Place of Members
  9. Construction Rules
  10. New Building construction
  11. Compound Wall
  12. Prayer Room
  13. Boring / Underground Tank
  14. Main Entrance / Door
  15. Main door with Stairs
  16. Movement through doors
  17. Stair case & Mumty
  18. Kitchen
  19. Toilet
  20. Septic Tank
  21. Plinth Levlel / Drainage
  22. Flooring / Road Level
  23. Platform
  24. Basement
  25. Loft / Almirah
  26. Megazine Floor / Duplex House
  27. Shaft / Duct / Open Area
  28. How corner Extends / Cut
  29. Balcony
  30. Balcony in apartments
  31. Balcony Construction
  32. Electric Wire / Rope
  33. Corner Extension / cut
  34. Roof Slab / Lenter
  35. Low Level of Terrace
  36. High Level of Terrace
  37. Over Head Water Tank
  38. Construction on Terrace
  39. Terrace Shape
  40. Effect on rooms due to construction on terrace
  41. Construction / Ditch at corners
  42. Parapet Wall / Railling
  43. Flag Post / Antenna / Pillar / Board / Hording
  44. Street Thrust
  45. Basement / Ditch in neighborhood
  46. Neighborhood building's height
  47. Energy from Neighbor's Residence
  48. Effect on Flats in apartment complexes
  49. Know Vastu defects by Sun
  50. Example : Building Maps

Parapet Wall

The following principles should be strictly followed while construction. For any defects in the parapet wall will have disastrous consequences.
Regular Plot
  1. The Eastern and Northern walls should be thinner and shorter.
  2. Western and Southern walls should be thicker and higher.
  3. Slope in the plot should be from SouthWest to NorthEast only.
  4. Care to be taken while making slope for the ground that even afterwards South & West wall are higher and thicker that North & Eastern walls.
  5. The heights of the compound walls be measured from the main construction floor level only.
  6. There shall be no spikes or glass pieces on Northern and Eastern walls. For this obstructs inflow of energy.
Skewed Plot
  1. NorthEast parapet wall should be thinner and shorter.
  2. SouthWest parapet wall should be thicker and higher.
  3. Walls on SouthEast and NorthWest should be similar in height and thickness. (thinker than NorthEast wall but thinner than SouthWest wall and higher than NorthEast wall and shorter than SouthWest wall.)
  4. The parapet wall should connect all the four corners such that no breakages are there.
  5. The slope of the plot should be SouthWest to NorthEast as shown.
  6. After such slope on the plot the heights of the parapet walls should remain undisturbed.
  7. parapet wall heights are best measured with reference to main construction flooring.
  8. There shall be no spikes or glass pieces on Northern and Eastern walls. For this obstructs inflow of energy.