Like Vastu Shastra, planning and designing your garden can be very rewarding and can even change your mood. An indoor garden ensures health and prosperity. The traditional Hindu architecture Vatu Shastra helps to enhance such natural beauty and character. Here are some guidelines for making your garden Vastu obedient.
According to Vastu Shastra, the garden unit reflects one of the five punch maha bota. A garden in the south-east or south-west of the house can cause stress.
If the garden is in the front of the house, a huge tree like Nem should never block the main entrance.
According to the Vastu Shastra, it is preferable to plant mangoes, neem or banana trees on the west, south and southwest sides of the garden. These giant trees cool the front part and provide positive vibrations.
The northeast is open and free of vegetation and small shrubs should be planted east or north.
According to Vastu, there should be a large distance between the trees and the main house. The shade should not fall on the house between 9 and 3 p.m. It was stated in the Shastra that large trees, such as papyrus, should not be planted near the house because their roots could damage the foundation of the building. To avoid bad luck, trees that attract bugs, insects, bees, or snakes should be planted everywhere in the garden.
The Tulsi plant is a family center for Hindus. The best place for the factory is in the east, but for the good of the house, it can be planted in the north and northeast.
Thorns, such as cactus, should not be planted in the garden as they represent negative energy. Flower pots should not be placed on the wall of the yard and on the ground, not north, east or northeast.
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