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The position of Rahu must not be opposite during the maiden entry. From the table given below position of Rahu can be determined:

Day Time Position of Rahu
Sunday 16:30-18:00 In the south-west
Monday 7:30-9:00 In the north
Tuesday 15:00-16:30 In the south-west
Wednesday 12:00-13:30 In the west
Thursday 13:50-15:00 In the north-east
Friday 10:30-12:00 In the south
Saturday 21:00-22:30 In the north-west.

POSITION OF RAHU IN DIFFERENT MONTHS

Months Position
Margshish, Paush, Magh In the East
Phalgun, Chaitra and Vaishakh In the South
Jyeshtha, Asharh and Shravan In the West
Bhadrapada, Ashwin and Kartik In the North

CONSIDERATION OF YOGA

On a particular day, date, and during a particular Nakshatra, a particular conjuction or conjugation of day and date or day, date and Nakshatra results. One such conjugation, known as Amrityoga, is extremely auspicious for making maiden entry. One must avoid making maiden entry during Dagdh Yoga, Mrityu Yoga and Yamaghant. Apart from these, maiden entry is auspicious except during the five Ghati of Shoolyoga, half-part of Paridhyoga, six Ghati of Atiganda Yoga and nine Ghati of Vyaghrat Yoga. Maiden entry is totally prohibited during the entire period of Mritu Yoga, Vyatipat and Vaghriti Yoga.

PERFORATIONS OR PORES

In VAASTU Shastra, perforation or pore means obstacle that arises due to faulty construction. These obstacles should not be mistaken with physical obstacles. These are purely metaphysical in nature, but have far reaching consequences on the occupants of the house. A house, thus built investing earnings of whole life may appear attractive from outside, but its occupants have no peace of mind. A few of such obstacles (perforations) are discussed here:

1) Obstacle due to Door: This blocks free movement of air and the Sun. Because of it, occupants fail to fully harness the goodness of the Sun and fresh air.

2) Obstacle due to Orientation: Orientation of the house must not be fixed arbitrarily in any of the four directions - east, west, north and south. If a house is built with its orientation in any arbitrary direction, it may lead to loss of wealth and clan. If you have slightest doubt regarding auspiciousness of any direction, do not extend your house in that direction.

Even when you are planning to get your old house demolished and builds a new one in its place, do not violate the orientation and directions of the old house, or you will suffer obstacles due to faulty orientation.

3) Obstacle due to Angle/Corner: All the four corners of a house must have exact right angles. If any of these corners is less than or more than the right angle, such situation causes obstacles due to faulty angles or corners.
If a corner of a house falls exactly in front of the gate of another house, this also causes obstacle due to corners. If a house has three, five or more corners, it also suffers from obstacles due to faulty corners. Occupants of a house with faulty corners face untimely death, extra-ordinary diseases and extermination of clan.

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO CORRECT OBSTACLES?

  • Don't make a door at the centre of the house or at any joint.
  • If the house doesn't have more storeys, don't give a backdoor.
  • There should not be highway crossing, well, pond, gutter, corner of another house, big tree, pole peg, garage etc. in front of the main gate. These are not good from the security's point of view.
  • There should not be standing water or mud in front of the main gate. Such things cause obstacle to free passage and weaken the foundation.
  • Obstacles due to peg: There should not a peg right in front of the gate to tether cow, goat or any other animal.
  • Creaking sound: Creaking sound that is generated by the movement of the doors, is also a bad omen.
  • Obstacle due to well: A well, man hole and water tank situated in front of the main gate or the house casting its shadow on it, is also an obstacle.
  • There should not be an oil expeller or gutter right in front of the main gate. Such thing indicates grave calamity.
  • Doors of the house should not vary in height, for then they cause serious obstacles.
  • Ladder or staircase right facing the main gate is also an obstacle.

N.B.: It should be noted here if the obstacle is situated at a distance double than the height of the house, its faults are removed. If there is a wall between the obstacle and the courtyard, the obstacle has no effect. Similarly if a through fare crosses between the house and the obstacle, the latter is rendered ineffective.

  • Obstacle due to Pillar: If there is a single column or pillar common between the two adjoining rooms, it causes enemity among the occupants. Each room must have its separate column. Also there should not be a column facing a door.
  • Obstacles due to learing: Such houses as attract learing gazes from the passers-by appear deserted with eerie atmosphere are said to have obstacles due to lear and sneers.
  • Obstacle due to hole: No space, even the size of a needle's eye, must be left open at the backside of the house. There should be no hole on the back wall also. Such openings facilitate the entry of ghosts and demonic forces and pose danger of theft.
  • Obstacles due to portraits: Never adorn the walls of your living or any other room with portraits of tiger, lion, dog, panther, leopard, crow, owl, vulture, falcon or spooks, demons and war scenes for these cause serious obstacles.
  • Obstacles due to sculptures: Sculptures of above mentioned creatures also produce similar obstacles.
    If both the storeys of a house are exactly the same in height, the situation causes obstacles. Such situation causes disintegration of the family. Hence, the upper storey must be kept about 1/12th part shorter in height than the lower one.

OBSTACLES DUE TO TREES

If there is a big tree right in front of the main gate, the situation causes serious obstacles. The older the tree, serious are the threats. Such trees, if fall ever by chance, will cause great harm to the house. Such a tree also weakens the foundation and there are dangers to be struck by lightning during thunderstorm.

Falling of shadow of a tree on a house, building, factory, etc. for more than a quarter of the day is also inauspicious. Such situation causes demonic virtues and serious diseases.

Presence of fruiting or thorny trees in the vicinity of house is also inauspicious. Thorny trees cause pains, while fruit trees pose danger of theft.

Planting of banana, lavender, Champak (laurel), Ashok etc. at the main gate or along the boundary-wall is auspicious.

As per the scriptures, planting of Banyan in the eastern side of the house, sycamore in the southern side, Peepal in the western side and Pakur in the northern side, is considered as auspicious provided that the house is facing east.

Planting of basil sapling in the courtyard is extremely auspicious and important religiously.

OBSTACLE DUE TO FLAG

If the shadow of a temple's flag falls on the house, the situation causes many obstacles. Because of casting of shadow of the temple's flag on the house or vicinity of the house to a temple, the house comes under the domain of the ruling deity of the temple. Many things like toilet, bathroom, mensus in women, mating, childbirth etc. are common in households, but forbidden in the domain of the temple, and the occupants have to bear huge losses as a result. Ideally a house must be situated at least one hundred feet away from a temple. Similarly, a house must be situated away from the shadow of the hills and the trees. But these last two conditions do not apply to the houses in mountainous region.

OBSTACLES DUE TO LOCATION

Obstacles due to location arise if there is a home of washers, hearth of a blacksmith, flour-mill or home of a childless couple just in front of the house. If there is a cremation site or parking place for the hearse carriers near the house, it faces grave obstacles due to location.

OBSTACLES DUE TO PATH

It is also an inauspicious sign if a house, factory or industry is flanked by a pond on one side and by garbage incineration site on the other. If such a building is situated at the junction of three paths, it is also considered inauspicious.

If a hill, huge stone or other unwanted hurdles face the main gate, the owner of the house experiences great obstacles at every step of his life.

If the two houses have a common entrance, their occupants experience serious miseries.

Presence of a pond, particularly triangular in shape, just in front of the main gate indicates bad omen.

If the boundary wall of a factory or shop is higher than the main building, the situation poses serious obstacles to the business. Owner of such premises is unable to raise capital beyond a certain limit.

Presence of ruins in front of a house, factory or industry is not an auspicious sign. Sighting of such ruins daily leads the person to fall ultimately forcing closure of his running business.


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