Vastu shastra means “Science of architecture” . It is an ancient Mystic science developed by Hindu sages for designing and building. It is a great combination of science, art, astronomy & astrology which includes design of House, temples, cities, gardens, roads, water works & shops etc.
It is a logical science to ensure a balanced flow of natural energies present in the environment. The laws of Vaastu are based on many natural principles such as – the speed of the Sun, the rotation of the Earth, the electromagnetic energy present on the Earth, solar energy, etc.
Vastu Shastra are the textual part of Vastu Vidya – the broader knowledge about architecture and design theories from ancient India. Vastu Vidya knowledge is a collection of ideas and concepts, with or without the support of layout diagrams, that are not rigid. Rather, these ideas and concepts are models for the organisation of space and form within a building or collection of buildings, based on their functions in relation to each other, their usage and the overall fabric of the Vastu. Ancient Vastu Shastra principles include those for the design of Mandir and the principles for the design and layout of houses, towns, cities, gardens, roads, water works, shops and other public areas.
While doing copious research on this traditional ancient system of construction, we found unbelievable facts, further recognized that there is a Scientific motion is incorporated with Vastu Shastra principles, otherwise how the people in a whole country following one shastra/science.
There are so many aspects that are not explained by science. These aspects should not be counted and considered as false belief. Vastu rules hence should not be thrown away just because, some of them are not given scientific approach.
Makes no distinction. It is universal as the rays of the Sun. It is popularly promised. Just as the shadow follows the individual, so also vasthu results shadows the construction. Vastu defects which are commonly shown in many homes. In some cases, there is a quick effect; in some places, delayed effect.