Vastushastra is a Hindu tradition. Everything in the house is in harmony with the natural energy. It is believed that whatever resides in your home brings a wealth of happiness and prosperity in life. Despite hard work, wealth comfort, and happiness are not written in the destiny of many. Behind it may be the cause of Vastudosha. The financial condition of the house can be improved by removing Vastu Dosh. Due to this, positive energy enters the house. Negative energy is destroyed and peace prevails there. According to Vastushastra, there are several things that can remove anxiety, as well as bring positive energy into the home. There are several things in the house, which create negative energy. If you can’t clean your house on Durga Puja, then here are some things to keep and throw out before this Diwali…
Do not keep broken glasses, mirrors, or idols of gods and goddesses in the house to save money. There will be an endless storm of chaos. Avoid pictures, paintings, and sculptures of animals and birds like pigs, snakes, donkeys, eagles, owls, bats, vultures, pigeons, and crows. According to Vastu, pictures or idols of birds or animals should not be kept especially in the couple’s bedroom.
Pictures of trees without flowers or fruits, sinking ships or boats, pictures of sword fights, pictures of hunting, pictures of magic nets, captive elephants, and pictures of depressed or crying people should not be kept in the house at all. Pictures of sinking ships or boats should also not be kept at home. A sinking ship or a boat can hinder unity and love in relationships between family members. If there is such a thing, put it away immediately.
Many people like to keep the Taj Mahal showpiece at home. But do you know, you shouldn’t even keep pictures of Taj Mahal showpieces? Because the Taj Mahal is a symbol of samadhi and death – inaction. Although identified as a symbol of love, this eighth wonder is actually the tomb of Shah Jahan’s wife Mumtaz Begum. Never keep or plant cactus or other thorny plants indoors. Remove all thorny plants except roses today. Battle scenes or pictures based on stories from Ramayana and Mahabharata should not be kept at home. Such images create conflicts or disputes between the house and family members. No scene or picture from Mahabharata should be kept in the house. Because Mahabharata symbolizes eternal enmity between family members.
Do not keep wooden or metal idols of wild animals like tigers, wolves, bears, lions, jackals, and wild boars in the house. It can cause financial loss as well Keeping Nataraj’s picture or idol in the house is inauspicious according to Vastu. Almost every classical dancer has a picture or idol of Nataraja in their home. But all coins always have two sides. Nataraja is a symbol of this great art but also a symbol of destruction. Tandava dance which means Mahadev dancing for destruction. So Nataraj’s pictures or showpieces should never be kept in the house.