Personal Horoscope Readings

Personal Horoscope Readings
Astrologer in Chennai

Monday, 21 March 2016

VASTU SHASTRA: AGE TEST

How to calculate the age (Life Longevity) of your constructed Building? 

We can calculate the Life Longevity of the constructed buildings through the Vaastu Astrology. You need to multiply the value of "Dhruva Padam" by 27; and the multiplication value must be divided by 100. The Remainder value from the division is considered as the "Age" of the building that are constructed on the site.


Example 1:  Let us assume that your Area of your construction site is 2400 square feet (40 feet length x 60 feet width). The "Dhruva Padam" value of your Land site is 266 (already, we have seen the method to calculate the "Dhruva Padam".

Let us multiply the "Dhruva Padam" by 27: 

266 x 27 = 7,182

Let us divide the multiplication value by 100:

7,182/100 = Quotient is 71; the Remainder is 82.

Here the Age of the buildings that are constructed on the site is 82. Please find the following results under the "Age Test"

1. Poor Life Longevity: If the Remainder Value is 0 to 25, then the building will face death and destructions within 25 years from the year of the construction. 

2. Medium Life Longevity: If the Remainder Value is 25 to 50, then the building will have a life span that is below 50 years. The Occupants of the building that is constructed on the site with 2400 square feet as its "Area" will live in comfort. 

3. Good Life Longevity: If the Remainder Value is 50 to 100, then the building will last for longer period of duration. The Occupants of the building would be blessed with excellent wealth and good health; and would be gifted with wonderful peoples from the future generations. 

Author's Opinion: A building will face demolition (for various reasons) within the 0 to 25 years, if it gets value less than 25 during the "Age Test". Here the building constructed on the "Plot" that has 2400 square feet as its "Area" will last longer for generations.  

*Go to the Link to find the methods to calculate the "Dhruva Padam" How to calculate the "Dhruva Padam?"

Saturday, 12 March 2016

VASTU: YONI TEST

How to test the strength of "Yoni"?

You need to multiply the value of "Dhruva Padam" by 3; and the multiplication value must be divided by 8. The Remainder value from the division is considered as the "Yoni Value" of your construction site.

Example 1:  Let us assume that your Area of your construction site is 2400 square feet (40 feet length x 60 feet width). The "Dhruva Padam" value of your Land site is 266 (already, we have seen the method to calculate the "Dhruva Padam".

Let us multiply the "Dhruva Padam" by 3: 

266 x 3 = 798

Let us divide the multiplication value by 8:

798/8 = Quotient is 99; the Remainder is 6.

Here the Yoni value for your construction site is 6. Please find the following results under the "Yoni Test"

1. Dhvaja Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 1, then the native would be blessed with wealth and comfortable living.

2. Dhoma Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 2, then the native would suffer trouble within the family members, loss and dispute.

3. Simha Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 3, then the native would be blessed with good children, wealthiness and happiness in the family.

4. Suvana Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 4, then the native would face troubled ties with their relatives, sickness and misunderstanding within their own family members.

5. Rishaba Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 5, then the native would be blessed with excellent relationship with their relatives; and would be blessed with excellent wealth.

6. Kara Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 6, then the native would face loss, damages and thefts; and could face murder or death; and remain mentally depressed. 

7. Kaja Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 7, then the native would be blessed with excellent career growth; and live an wonderful lifestyle. 

8. Kaka Yoni: If the Yoni Value is 8, then the native would face untimely death and disaster; and the would face health troubles. 

Results: Since the 40 x 60 feet = 2400 square feet site has the Yoni value of '6', the results could be disastrous. Building any type of buildings like House, Apartments, Commercial Structures (or) Public utilities would land the native and the occupants under trouble. 

*Go to the Link to find the methods to calculate the "Dhruva Padam" How to calculate the "Dhruva Padam?"

Saturday, 5 March 2016

VASTU: KARPA TEST

Guide to find suitable properties for constructions: 

Here you need to find "Dhruva Padam" to find the results under the "Karpa Test" for your land site.

Karpa Test: You need to divide your "Dhruva Padam" by 8; and the remainder is considered as "Karpa Value".

Example 1: Let us assume that your Area of your construction site is 2400 square feet (40 feet length x 60 feet width). The "Dhruva Padam" value of your Land site is 266 (already, we have seen the method to calculate the "Dhruva Padam".

Let us divide the "Dhruva Padam" by 8; the remainder is the Karpa value.

          266/8 = 266 - 264 (33 x 8) gives Quotient = 33; and the Remainder = 2.

Here the Karpa value for your construction site is 2. Please find the following results under the "Karpa Test"

Garuda (Eagle) Karpa: If the Karpa Value is 1, then the native would be blessed with all the goodness in the earth.

Pura (Dove) Karpa: If the Karpa Value is 2, then the native would face the Poverty.

Simha (Lion) karpa: If the Karpa Value is 3, then the native would remain wealthy.

Nai (Dog) karpa: If the Karpa Value is 4, then the native would be haunted by Poverty.

Pasu (Cow) Karpa: If the Karpa Value is 5, then the native would taste all around success during his lifetime.

Kaka (Crow) Karpa: If the Karpa Value is 6, then the native would be forced to do Petty (or) Pitiable (or) destructive business/profession.

Yanai (Elephant) Karpa: If the Karpa Value is 7, then the native would live an excellent spiritual and conservative lifestyle.

Kaluthai (Donkey) Karpa:  If the Karpa Value is 8, then the native would face losses (or) collateral damages to their buildings.

Guide to the Readers: The natives are advised to choose (or) purchase land site that has the result of 1, 3, 5 and 7 from the Karpa Test.

*Go to the Link to find the methods to calculate the "Dhruva Padam" How to calculate the "Dhruva Padam?"

VASTU: HOW TO CALCULATE "DHRUVA PADAM"

Why the Dhruva Padam is important in "Vastu Astrology"?

As per the Vastu Astrology, the calculation of "Dhruva Padam" is primary but highly essential. In the Vastu Astrology, we are going to see "Matchings" (or) "Porutham" between the Land and the native, who owns it. This is a specific method like the way that we calculate the "Matchings" (or) "Porutham" between the "Boy" & Girl" for a successful and happier marriage. That is, we are going to find the various aspect of the native's life, while living in a particular Land site (or) the buildings constructed on it. Here the "Dhruva Padam" is the very important factor for many of the calculations under the "Vaastu Astrology"

How to calculate the "Dhruva Padam"?

Let us, calculate the "Dhruva Padam" using an example. Let us assume that the Land that a native is supposed to construct a house is 60 feet in width; and 40 feet in length.

1. Let us calculate the Area of the Plot:
Area of Plot:

60 feet x 40 feet = 2400 square feet






2. Divide the Area of the Plot by 9: The Quotient from the division is considered as "Dhruva Padam"

    2400/9 = 2400 - 2394 (266 x 9 = 2394) = 266 (Quotient) and 6 (remainder)

Hence the value of "Dhruva Padam" for this particular plot is "266"

In the next posts, we are going to find various results happening in the life of the natives, by living in this particular site by using the value of "Dhruva Padam" 

Friday, 4 March 2016

VASTU: GUIDE TO BUY PROPERTIES

Astrological Guide for the Purchase of Properties:

Vastu Shastra clearly defines the following guidelines, while buying any type of properties, either for residence (or) for commercial purposes. You should not borrow any land (or) building from the below mentioned people (or) for the below mentioned reasons.

1. The Property should not be purchased from chronically ill patients (or) terminally ill patients.

2. The Property should not be purchased from mentally retarded persons.

3. The Property should not be purchased from anyone, who remains untraceable.

4. The Property should not be purchased from the person, who remains a public servant.

5. The Property should not be purchased from physically disabled person.

6. The Property should not be purchased from any young aged widow (or) widower.

7. The Property should not be purchased from Doctors, Magicians and Purohits.

8. The Property should not be purchased from the Public auctions by the Government (or) Court.

9. The Property should not be purchased, if it houses any debilitated house (or) buildings (or) structure.

10. The Property should not be purchased, if it contains thorny bushes and poisonous scrubs.

11.  The Property should not be purchased, if it houses any temple (or) temple structures.

12. The Property should not be purchased, if it is placed on the way to destitute homes.

13. The Property should not be purchased, if it is encroached on public land, water bodies and government owned lands.

14. The Property should not be purchased, if it contains any graves.

15. The Property should not be purchased from any person who has no rightful heir.

16. The Property should not be purchased from any person who is a divorcee.

Results: It is better not to purchase any type of properties mentioned under this category. Otherwise, it would create lot of troubles and difficulties for those who has purchased it (and) those who live there. 

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

VAASTU: TESTING OF SOIL

How to test the quality of Soil? 

We had already seen the importance of the Soil, where the House is to be constructed. Now, let us the see the method to test the quality of the soil, where the building is to be constructed.

1. Go to your Land site, where you are about the buy the property. Please make sure that you must go there by taking a head bath; and must you maintain cleanliness both in your body and the mind.

2. Go the North Eastern side of the Plot (or) Land (or) Site. Remove the sand and mud at the top layer; and dig up few inches down.

3. Collect a small quantity of soil from the inner layer Bring it home.

4. Pour a small quantity of water; and prepare a batter. Place it in a Banana Leaf overnight.

5. Take it in the morning and smell it.

A. If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of soil itself, then the natives (who live there) will remain wealthy and enjoy good fame.

B. If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of sourness (or) bitterness (or) taste of fermented products, then the native (who live there) will suffer chronic health troubles.

C. If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of Honey, then the native (Who live there) life would enjoy gradual improvements.

D.  If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of dirty (or) pungent odour, then the natives (who live there) will face poverty (or) sadness in their life.

E.  If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of Ghee, then  the native (who live there) would face unexpected death happening in the family.

F.  If the batter (soil) has the smell (or) the taste of curd, then the native (who live there) would enjoy safe, secured and happier lifestyle. 

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

VASTU: SOIL AND ITS COMPOSITION

What type of Soil is best for constructing the house?

As per the Vaastu, the constructing of houses in various type of Soil have varied results in the life of the natives, who live in those houses.

1. Laterite Soil (Red Soil): The Red Color soil, which is dry in nature and has the smell of Barn (Cow shed) will provide the native with the lavish and luxurious lifestyle.

2. Alluvial Soil (White Soil): The White Color soil, which are very fertile and wet; and has the smell of Lotus, will provide excellent form of conservative lifestyle.

3. Regur Soil (Black Soil): The Black Color soil, which are wet, very fertile and rich in minerals; and also has the smell of agricultural produces, will provide excellent level of income.

4. Saline & Alkaline Soils: The White (or) brown colored soil, which are completely dry in nature; and has the excessive levels of saline and Alkaline; and has the taste (or) smell of Salts, will provide absolute poverty.

5. Aridisol (Desert Soil): The Dry soil deprived of organic matters (or) contains limited amount of organic matters will provide poverty, illness and death.

*Note the Soil should have less contents of sand and gravel; and must contain more amount of organic matters. This would guarantee safe, secured and quality lifestyle.  

IMPORTANCE OF VASTU

Why is Vastu is important to our life in this World?

As per the Hindu Religion, the substances that are made in this world is made up of Earth (Land), Fire, Water, Air and Sky (Empty space). The substances (or) the objects that are available (or) created in this world would consists of these mixtures made out of sand (earth), fire, water, air (gas) and empty space. As per the Hindu Religion, all these 5 elements are governed by the deputies of the Lord Shiva. They are defined as:

1. Bhoomi Pootham (Land/Mass)
2. Agni Pootham (Fire)
3. Vayu Pootham (Air/Gas)
4. Neer Pootham (Water/Liquids)
5. Aksah Pootham (Sky/Emptiness/Vacuum)

Every living creatures including the humans and even micro-organisms are made up of these 5 elements. If the equilibrium is maintained properly in our body, then we can live happily without facing any health troubles. Similarly the Vastu Shastra tell us and guide us towards maintaining the equilibrium in our habitat @ our living place (houses).

Vastu is the art of constructing our home (living), office (working) and areas for relaxing in accordance of the nature @ it helps to live alongside nature. Thus the 5 elements of the nature would help us with our living/working/staying in this World in happier and healthier manner.

Benefits of Vastu: 

The buildings that are constructed as per the Vastu will provide the following benefits to the natives, who live there.

1. Good Health (Physically health)
2. Peaceful Life (Mentally healthy)
3. Good Life Longevity (No sudden (or) unexpected loss or damages).
4. Blessed Life (No deficiency on life necessities like money, food and water).
5. Happiness in the Family (no quarrelling among the family members).

In the next posts, we shall further study about the importance of the Vastu and Vastu through the Vedic Astrology. 

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