About Vastu
Vastu Shastra is an ancient Indian system of designing and construction. It aims at establishing a dynamic balance between Form and Energy so that harmonious conditions are created for the inhabitants. Vastu buildings have harmonious energies. They promote stability, prosperity, happiness, and mental peace for the occupants and owners.

It is also known as Sthapatya Veda.

From time to time different civilizations prospered on Earth and they evolved their own style of architecture, but none is as profound in thought and philosophy as Vastu Shastra.

Vastu goes beyond designing and architecture. At a higher level it deals with the subtle effect of the design on the environment and people by taking into consideration the radiations from Sun, other planets and various ground field forces. Its aim is not merely to design beautiful and comfortable buildings, rather it aims at designing such buildings which can have a positive influence on the happiness, prosperity and well being of the residents.

The guidelines and rules of Vastushastra have been laid down clearly into several ancient texts, but the principles upon which they have been formulated are steeped deep into mystical Indian philosophy of Vedas, Yoga and Tantra. It may be speculated, however, based upon several observations, that these principles are deeply connected to the cosmic rays of the sun, the movement of Earth, and geomagnetism.