Vastu Tips for Home Safety
Houses which don’t conform to Vastu norms are sometimes find them in situations like theft. Main door including other doors of house signifies and signals about your being theft in future and home owner must take special care of doors. Location, size and number of door are the matter of concern in every house and anyhow they should be given attention in order to make your home safe.
Vastu elucidates some basic principles that belong to home door placement, size and number so that there is no risk of theft and ill involve. So turn your house according to Vastu set of rules to safeguard from ill risks of robbery.
Some basic Vastu rules for home door are as follows:
Do not place your valuables and cash in North-west corner as it enhance chances of robbery.
Do not give your servants South-west area of home as it changes the tendency of servants to commit robbery and poses threat to danger.
Entrance or main door must be bigger than the other doors of houses.
Total number of doors should be count in even number such as 2, 4, 6, 8, and 12 but avoid ten doors because having ten doors is inauspicious.
The main door should have two opening shutters.
Single door in East or North is good while South is inauspicious.
Doors should not be in straight line.
Keep pictures or decorative pieces of sacred symbol Om, Swastik, Laxmi, and Ganesh.
Avoid keeping Ganesh idol in the outside door in such a way that when you enter you see Ganesh idol. Instead keep in interior so that when you move out of the main door you encounter Ganesh idol.
Make sure there is no obstruction in the front/main entrance.
Avoid slanted, circular or sliding gate.
Doors should be placed in correct direction so that there is no risk in future. If any of door especially main door is placed in direction then there are some frequent complications that one has to bear for instance- robbery, enmity, diseases, downfall, loss of money and loss of offspring etc.
Do not hang any evil picture as it signals destruction.
Doors can have picture of Laxmi seated on lotus flower with accompanying elements.