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With the ever increasing population of the country, villages are fast converting into towns while towns are taking the shape of megalopolis. The number of residential plots is also fast decreasing. Commerce and trade have taken the front seat in the new world order. That is why every now and then, new buildings are coming up to conduct commerce and trade practices. Such buildings are entirely devoted to commercial purposes are termed as commercial complexes. These are the gifts of modern world to humanity. In a modern commercial complex not even an inch of space is wasted or misused. Shops, offices and scores of other things are built in such complexes. Even oblique shaped space is converted into shops. Most of the ground area is used as parking. In fact all the principles of VAASTU Shastra cannot be followed in the construction of these complexes. Still, one should follow the principles of VAASTU as much as the location allows. A few precautions are discussed here.

  1. Only a square or rectangular plot of land with all the four corners at right angles should be selected to build commercial complex.
  2. Some open space must be left around the complex or cinema hall. Here again the open space should be maximum in the north and the east and minimum in the south and the west.
  3. North-eastern corner is the best to develop as parking area and green belt in a complex.
  4. General slope should be given towards the north east. Borewell should also be dug in the same direction or in the west.
  5. South-western corner of the complex must be somewhat elevated.
  6. There should be no big trees or poles around or in front of the complex.
  7. Water tank should be built on the roof in the north-eastern corner. It can be safely built in the east, north and the west direction as well.
  8. Drainage must be situated in the north or in the east.
  9. Drainage of effluents should be kept in the south-west direction.
  10. Main entrance to the complex must be situated in the north or in the east.
  11. Height of the ground floor or the first storey should be somewhat higher than that of the main entrance.
  12. Separate gates should be provided in the complex for the entry and exit.
  13. Most of the rooms should be built in the northern or the eastern part of the complex.
  14. Each office in a complex should have an attached toilet, which should be given in the south-west corner.
  15. If necessary, godowns may be given to each office and shop in a complex. But the godown should occupy a place in the south or in the west.
  16. Stairs should be given in the southern or western part of the complex with usual dextral rotation.
  17. Balconies should be given in the north or in the east.
  18. Every room in a complex should have such a proportionate length and breadth as is facilitating to the easy flow of breath. Every room should also be provided with proper ventilation and exhaust pipe.
  19. If the complex is 45 feet or more in height, it must necessarily be provided with a lightning conductor.
  20. All the floors of a complex should have equal height.

SITTING ARRANGEMENT IN AN OFFICE

According to Feng Shui (the Chinese equivalent of VAASTU) deeper a space you take in your office, the better it will be for you.

If you are the boss, you should not sit with your back facing the main door or the door of the cabin. Neither should you take a seat immediately beneath the beam, in the corridor and at the end of a long passage.

If there is an angular obstacle at the place of your sitting, correct it with a flower pot with natural flowers. You should then make your sitting arrangement at the inner angle placing your furniture slightly oblique.

CHAMBER OF THE MANAGER AND DIRECTOR

Chamber of the manager or the director should face the north and the manager or director should himself occupy his seat facing the north. His or her chair should be placed just opposite the door. In the banks, passage from the entrance to the manager's chamber must turn right. Cash counters should not be situated in the south-west direction. This corner should be used to store waste paper and other materials.

Sitting arrangements for the employees should be made in the east or in the north. No employee, however should take a seat just beneath a beam, for he may then commit a blunder in calculations and other tasks assigned to him.

Bank lockers can be built in the south as well as in the north. Toilet of the banks should be built in the south-western direction.

Traders and merchants also have their seats facing north or the east and keep their cash box in the north-eastern corner or in the north. They should paint the walls of their office in green or yellow.

SYMBOLIC VAASTU SHAASTRA

Symbolic VAASTU Shaastra is a discourse of symbols. No planet or heavenly body does direct harm or provides direct benefits but manifests its influence through symbols. Everything that you see around you is in fact a symbol. You have the power to understand the relation it has with rest of the world. This learning of how to analyse the incidents that occur with us constitutes the main body of symbolic VAASTU Shaastra. Suppose you are going somewhere and see a cow in the way and if your task is finished successful you will certainly give credit to seeing the cow in the beginning. But if you see an ass at the onset and return unsuccessful, you will blame the omen for your failure. These simple incidents show the relation between the person and the universe.

Suppose again that material losses begin to occur in your household immediately after you built your toilet in the north-eastern corner. This also shows a link between the person and the universe. Nothing happens abruptly in the world. Everything takes time to mature and bear fruits. If you are suffering economic hardships, surely you must be having some misfitting symbol in your house.

There is certainly a power in the universe that settles the destiny of human being as per his deeds. Planets are simply symbols to show that, indications that show that all is not well with a person. That is why, high degree of conformity is found between the events on earth and the planetary positions during those events.

In one case, a man did not have any child even after many years of marriage. He and his wife were declared physically fit in medical check ups. So the case was brought in for astrological scrutiny. But the horoscope of the man was also not available. So his bedroom was examined. It was found that his iron bedstead was broken and the cushion on it was also in very shabby condition and was covered with black sheet. Thus the condition of the man's bedroom clearly indicated that Venus was not well placed in his horoscope.

If the Venus is well placed in the horoscope only then one gets comforts of the bed. Cosy bed and the enjoyments related to it are ruled by Venus. But if the bedstead itself is broken, how can Venus be good. Broken bedstead of iron with a shabby cushion on it and that too covered with black sheet, all these combinations show that Venus is overridden by Saturn. In other words, Saturn has outsmarted Venus in exerting influences. Detailed medical examinations later revealed that the man was having only a fewer sperms in his semen and hence impotent.

Thus the dire shabby condition of the bedstead on which the man and his wife used to sleep after their marriage showed badly placed Venus in his horoscope. This is the discourse known as symbolic VAASTU Shaastra.

COMMERCE AND SYMBOLIC VAASTU SHASTRA

JEWELLERY SHOP: Mostly gold and silver items are traded through jewellery shops. These items are primarily ruled by Venus. Hence the business of Jewellary is the domain of Venus. To promote the sales of jewellery, therefore, pretty sales girls ought to be appointed at the jewellery shops. Venus also represents beautiful and fortunate women. Hence, the presence of pretty sales girls on the counter will strengthen their sales and reap rich profit.

CUTLERY SHOP AND BEAUTY PARLOURS

Cutlery shop and beauty parlours are also the domain of Venus. If symbols related to Venus are used profusely, these shops can also be run in profit. Accordingly, a silver coin ought to be put in the south-east corner of the shop. Cutlery and beauty parlour are the trades mainly dominated by the women. Most of the customers at these shops are women and the south east corner is the abode of Venus. Silver too is a symbol of Venus. Hence, installation of silver coin in the south-east corner will result in an increase in the influence of Venus and thereby making the venture a profitable one.

TRADES DOMINATED BY VENUS

Proper colouring of the business premises is an integral part of VAASTU. Similarly, symbolic naming of the business is also indispensable from the principles of VAASTU Shastra.

Venus is a royal planet. Trades like music, art, hobbies, photography, film, theatre, cosmetics, beauty parlour, hotels and those that involve active interaction with the womenfolk, are all the domains of Venus. If these businesses are given feminine names like Vaishali, Geetanjali, Menaka, Urvashi etc. they have brighter prospect.

Natraja is an epithet of Lord Shankar. Being related to the art of dancing, the name Natraja symbolises Venus. Hence discotheques, theatres, studio etc. could be named as Natraj.

But never name these above mentioned business after the names of gods and goddesses because gods and goddesses symbolises Guru (Jupiter). Jupiter and Venus are unfriendly with each other, hence if named after god or goddess, serious frictions may appear in the business.

TRADES DOMINATED BY JUPITER

Jupiter is considered as one of the extremely auspicious planets. If Jupiter is strong in one's horoscope, it nullifies the adverse effects of other weak planets and hence saves the native from undue sufferings. If, however position of Jupiter is weak, one should make the use of symbolic VAASTU Shastra.

Influence of those, Jupiter is strong in whose horoscope, can be seen in their family, social circle and other fields. Those with weak Jupiter don't get due respect in family, society etc. Those involve in the business dominated by Jupiter must wear the symbols of Jupiter like yellow clothes, Tilak (mark of sandal and turmeric paste on the forehead), religious scriptures, Janeu (sacred thread round the shoulder), rosary beads, topaz etc.

Judge, advocate, palmist, astrologer, priest, religious teacher and preacher, teacher, ascetics, father, astrologer, share market, education, publication of books, educational institutions, trade of chickpea, sugar, turmeric, ghee, salt, finance company, banking, temples, mosques, Guruduara, churches etc. are all the domain of Jupiter and symbolise it. Business related to above faculties should therefore, be named after the names of gods and goddesses and religious teachers like Saraswati Vidyalaya, Vivekananda School, Laxmi Finance etc.

FINANCIAL INSTITUTES

Banks and non-banking financial institutes are also the domain of Jupiter. Hence, if such institutions are present in the vicinity of temples or other religious body, their business runs smoothly. Following points should however, be kept in mind:

  1. Financial institutions should store their stationery in the north.
  2. Walls of the office of the financial institutions must be painted in light yellow or green.
  3. Pictures of the religious teachers must be present in the offices of financial institutions.
  4. Cash counters must be located in north facing north.
  5. Lockers must be installed in the north-eastern corner of the bank's premise.

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