Vastu Directions for Home

Vastu Directions for Home – Vastu shastra is an ancient Indian system of architecture and design that aims to align a building or home with the forces of nature in order to promote harmony and prosperity. According to vastu principles, the direction in which a home is oriented can affect the well-being of its occupants. Here are some general guidelines for aligning your home with the directions according to vastu principles:

  • The main entrance of the home should be located in the east or north direction.
  • The kitchen should be located in the south-east direction.
  • The main bedroom should be located in the south-west direction.
  • The living room or dining room should be located in the north-west direction.
  • The study room or library should be located in the north-east direction.
  • The bathroom and toilet should be located in the north-west or south-west direction.

It’s important to note that these are general guidelines and every home is unique. A vastu consultant or expert can help you determine the best directions for your specific home and needs.


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Main EntranceThe main entrance of a house should always be located in the East, North, or North-East direction
KitchenThe kitchen should be located in the South-East direction of the house
BedroomThe master bedroom should be located in the South-West direction of the house
Pooja RoomThe Pooja Room should be located in the North-East direction of the house
Store RoomThe store room should be located in the North-West direction of the house
Dining RoomThe dining room should be located in the West direction of the house
Study RoomThe study room should be located in the East direction of the house
BalconyThe balcony should be located in the North direction of the house
GarageThe garage should be located in the South direction of the house
ToiletsThe toilets should be located in the North-West direction of the house
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