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Updated: Jun 19

E-Vastu Shastra is art from which we can design everything in proper manner.E- Vastu Shastra is an ancient Indian science of harmony and prosperous living by eliminating negative and enhancing positive energies around us. E-Vastu aims to eliminate negative and enhance positive energy present at a place or location so that a person, family or even business inhabiting a building become prosperous and progressive. What is E-Vastu Shastra In simple terms we can say that, E-vastu aims to make harmonious buildings at places in tune with mother-nature, so that the human inhabiting the building, lives well balanced and happy life.

However, if you are familiar with E-vastu shastra, then read our article on application of E-vastu shastra in a house and learn how to implement E-vastu in your home for a well balanced and happy life. E-Vastu Shastra is one of the ancient teachings from the Indian civilization. It deals with the science of the architecture and tells how a building should be planned to channelize the positive energy in our lives. The proper implementation of E-Vastu techniques has brought peace and prosperity to many households for centuries. Though E-Vastu started out with the construction rules for Hindu temples, it soon branched out to residential houses, office buildings, vehicles, sculpture, paintings, furniture etc. The science of E-Vastu is mostly based on directions and the building materials used, along with many other minor factors.

Other than the elements, the directions in E-Vastu Shastra are the most important factor of this ancient practice. E-Vastu shastra is a traditional Indian system of architecture which literally translates to "science of architecture. E-Vastu-Sastra incorporate traditional Hindu and in some cases Buddhist beliefs. The designs are intended to integrate architecture with nature, the relative functions of various parts of the structure, and ancient beliefs utilising geometric patterns, symmetry, and directional alignments.Pt.Deepak pandey

E-Vastu-Sastra are the textual part of Vastu Vidya, the latter being 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. Pt.deepak Pandey 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 to the overall fabric of the Vastu. Ancient E-Vastu-Sastra 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.

E-Vastu-Sastra on the art of building houses, temples, towns and cities. By 6th century AD, Sanskrit manuals for constructing palatial temples were in circulation in India. E-Vastu-sastra manuals included chapters on home construction, town planning, and how efficient villages, towns and kingdoms integrated temples, water bodies and gardens within them to achieve harmony with nature. Hindu temples were conceived as ideals of art and integral part of Hindu social and spiritual life.

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