India's sacred tradition of Vastu Architecture
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Vastu Assessment
Programme

With this powerful tool you can make an online self-assessment of Vastu compatibility of your property.

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Vastu Faults

Identify Negative Vastu Energies, which severely effect physical and mental health.

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VEMSYS®

A unique energy balancing system developed by us to rectify vãstu faults in any land and building.

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Vastu Services

We offer all vastu related services for homes, offices and industries from selection of land to the final Vastu Puja.

 

“…Indian sacred architecture of whatever date, style or dedication goes back to something timelessly ancient and now outside India almost wholly lost, something which belongs to the past, and yet it goes forward too, though this the rationalistic mind will not easily admit, to something which will return upon us and is already beginning to return, something which belongs to the future.”

-Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India

 

“…Indian sacred architecture of whatever date, style or dedication goes back to something timelessly ancient and now outside India almost wholly lost, something which belongs to the past, and yet it goes forward too, though this the rationalistic mind will not easily admit, to something which will return upon us and is already beginning to return, something which belongs to the future.”

-Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India

 

“…Indian sacred architecture of whatever date, style or dedication goes back to something timelessly ancient and now outside India almost wholly lost, something which belongs to the past, and yet it goes forward too, though this the rationalistic mind will not easily admit, to something which will return upon us and is already beginning to return, something which belongs to the future.”

-Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India

 

“…Indian sacred architecture of whatever date, style or dedication goes back to something timelessly ancient and now outside India almost wholly lost, something which belongs to the past, and yet it goes forward too, though this the rationalistic mind will not easily admit, to something which will return upon us and is already beginning to return, something which belongs to the future.”

-Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India

Vãstushãstra

It is world’s oldest system of architecture. It has survived the test of time and is still in practise. Its principles are based upon the study of metamorphosis of Space into Matter under the influence of Time and Intelligence. It is a profound subject and requires a deep study of the spiritual traditions of Jyotish, Upãsanã, Karmakãnda and Yoga. Vãstusindhu has nurtured and evolved upon the knowledge of these sacred traditions and is carrying them forward in their divine and pristine purity.

Vãstu architecture is the hope for a better tomorrow. Humanity is undergoing a quantum change. Human intelligence is on an upward spiral. A new Order is emerging. With it are emerging new challenges and requirements. The Human Mind, which has hitherto been working largely on Reason and dealing with one aspect of reality at a time, now needs a Space in which it can turn Silent, connect to Cosmic Planes of the Higher Mind and reinforce Reason with Intuition to delve into the inexhaustible possibilities of expansion of the Intellect and growth in life.

It is of little surprise that parallel to this paradigm shift there is a renaissance of the Knowledge of Vãstu, for only this Knowledge knows how to design such Spaces.

We at Vãstusindhu design such spaces. We design homes, offices, factories, retail outlets, group housing and townships – spaces which are full of happiness, which vibrate in harmony with nature, where work becomes a prayer and Life turns into a Celebration of Joy.

What Vãstushastra is Not!

“Well-meaning Vastu consultants are attempting to help improve living spaces by moving furniture and by use of yantras, mandalas, crystals, mirrors and any number of so-called Vastu correction devices. In some cases furniture is moved and people are told to place what is called the “Vastu Purusha Mandala” on their wall and they will feel much better in their home. While they may be attractive and aesthetically pleasing, none of these “remedies” are in fact legitimate corrections for “faulty” Vastu. The fact is, the all too frequent misuse of the word “Vastu” is indicative of a fundamental lack of understanding of the authentic science.”
- Jessy Mercay's , ND, PhD, PhD mst
Fabric of The Universe:The Origins,Implications, and
Applications of Vastu Science