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Vaastu Sastra & Vaastu Santhi

The Sanskrit word vastu means a dwelling or house with a corresponding plot of land. The vrddhi, vāstu, takes the meaning of "the site or foundation of a house, site, ground, building or dwelling-place, habitation, homestead, house".

According to vastusastra, the world comprises five basic elements known as the panchamahabhoota. Out of the eight planets, ours has life because of the presence and balance of these five elements. The five elements are as follows.

  • EARTH (Bhumi)

  • WATER (Jala)

  • AIR (Vayu)

  • FIRE (Agni)

  • SPACE (Akasha)

VastuSaanti is a religious and spiritual process of worship of VaastuPurush. Purush means Energy, Soul, and Shakti; thus VaastuPurush is the protector, soul and Lord of the house.

The primary objectives of Vaastu Shanti are:

To remove any land, structure, and interior arrangement faults or the VastuDoshas.

To ask for forgiveness for any direct or indirect harm to the Nature and other living beings while construction of the house

To pacify any forces that may disturb the overall happiness of future occupants.

To request VastuPurush to protect the home and the occupants from natural calamities

To solicit His blessings to bring health, wealth and prosperity to the occupants and

To resolve proper use of the house and to convert it into Home and Praasad.

POOJA AND HOMAM (Including DoshaNivarthi )

What is Pooja?

Pooja is a ritualistic worship of the divine performed to keep one in harmony with cosmic forces, thereby removing and overcoming the sorrows of life and bringing spiritual upliftment. By doing pooja, thoughts and vibrations of spiritual forces are created around us. These spiritual forces work to eliminate the negative influences in our life and help surround us with positive energy which can bring peace of mind, prosperity and enable us to touch the divine, our true nature. The malefic effects, which are destined to befall us, can be averted or their effects reduced by sincere prayers, selfless service and performance of specific poojas as recommended in the Hindu texts. The body, mind and spirit are purified and harmonized by meditation, acts of devotion, prayers, mantra japa and the poojas we perform.

Pooja is an act of showing reverence to God or Goddess through invocations, prayers, songs and rituals. An essential part of pooja for a Hindu is making a spiritual connection with the divine. The connection is generally made through an element of nature like idol, sculptor, painting or a photo. The objects are created as receptacles for spiritual energy that allow the worshipper to experience direct communication with the God or Goddess.Pooja can be done for various events. Pooja can be done by any individual at home or can be conducted by a Priest upon request.

What are the benefits of Pooja ?

According to the Hindu sacred scriptures Pooja

Disciplines and cleanses the mind

Energizes the worshipper

Foster good habits

Purifies and enables one to imbibe more deeply the spiritual energy invoked

How is Pooja performed ?

A worshipper is required to be pure of body and mind. The puranas lay more stress on devotion and sradha than on rigid pooja procedures. Pooja can be performed in different ways like meditation, chanting mantras, offering flowers, fruits and food.

What is homam ?

Homam is pooja and chanting of mantra for a particular deity to please the deity by invoking Agni the fire God, and to get the blessings from them. Homam is like giving dhana to the deities through fire god. It is believed that the premise of homam is derived from the vedham, although, according to PurushaSooktham it is reverse Vedham originated from homam! Nevertheless, Vedhams and homams are eternal truths having neither beginning nor end, and are Apourusheyam (divine, nor the creator of humans). Homam forms the essence of all karmas prescribed in the vedhams. The objective of all homam is the prosperity of the people at large by energizing and protecting the environment. The Sun is considered as the main source of energy supply, and fire is considered as representation of the Sun s energy. According to the ancient scriptures on homam, any offer to fire (as God), is actually an offer to Sun. Any such offer is either to enrich positive energy in the environment or to destroy the undesirable elements in the environment, and thus, either way, environment is protected.

How homam is performed ?

Each homam is performed strictly according to the Hindu vedic scriptures. Homams are conducted by fully learned and experienced priest/scholars. The ingredients required for eachhomam is different, but the basic things will be ghee, coconut. Each homam is performed after praying sankalpa for the specific relief/benefit desired for each individual. During Sankalpa, one must tell their family s nakshatra, rasi, gothram, day, andthithi to the vedic pundit/priest so that they can start chanting the mantra. The smoke, which comes out of the homam, is good for health as many ailments associated with breathing, gets cured. Knowingly or unknowingly we might have done bad things to the living beings as a result we might face the consequences. This is known as the Karma . That is why our elders say, Think good and Do good . Our present life depends upon the karma what we have performed in the past. Thus by performing the homams, we can get rid of the bad consequences. Performing homam is good for the family. After each homam, priests are fed with vedic prayers.

What are the benefits of homam :

a. Negative effects will be minimized

b. Weak planets are strengthened

c. Disciplined mind, peace of mind

d. Quickness in action and result

Category of Homams :


This homam is performed to worship the God of life (Ayur Devata). In general, this homam is performed once a year on the day of the star in which the child is born. It is performed on the star (nakshatra) birth date of the child. It is important that it must be done on the 1st birth date. It may be performed on a monthly basis.

Benefits : It bestows longevity, and good health.

PariharaHomams:Can combine with MrithyunjayaHomam


Lord Ganesha (elephant faced God) is the deity, who is alwaysworshipped before starting any new venture. MahaGanapathyHomam is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha removes all obstacles. Lord Ganesha is also known as Vigneshwara (Vigna +Ishwara), which means the lord who removes all obstructions. Lord Ganesha is revered as the son of Shiva and Parvathy, and is always honored& worshipped first in most rituals. GanapathyHomam should be performed early morning.

GanapathyHomam should be performed on all auspicious occasions.

Benefits : Performing GanapathyHomam once every year will give prosperity, health and wealth.

PariharaHomams: Can be combined


This homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid prolonged sickness and untimely death. Since the offerings in this homam are duryagrass and amrita (a herb), it is believed that this homam bestows longevity on the performer/worshipper. Alleviates mrityudosha (untimely death)

Benefits :For long and healthy life.

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy&NavagrahaHomam


This homam is done for Goddess Lakshmi. This homam is performed when some one is facing financial difficulties and wishto earn wealth in abundance. It mainly brings prosperity. Goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual.

Benefits : For money & business improvement

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam


This homam is done to worship the 9 planets i.e. The Sun, The Moon, The Mars, The Mercury, The Jupiter, The Venus, The Saturn, TheRahu& The Ketu. Every planet has its own importance. Sun Gives health, Moon Rules over mind and gives success, Mars Gives prosperity & wealth, Mercury Gives knowledge, Jupiter Gives education, Venus Knowledge of arts, music etc, Saturn Gives happiness, Rahu Makes life stronger, Ketu Prospers the family. The head of navagraha is Sun. To get blessings of all the 9 planets.

Benefits :Navagrahahomam is considered one of the auspicious homam to remove the NavagraDosha.

Lakshmi KuberaHomam

This homam is done for Goddess Lakshmi & Lord Kubera. This homam is performed to invoke the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kubera to acquire material growth and prosperity.

Benefits : For money & business improvement

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam


This homam is dedicated to Maha Vishnu.

Benefits : It is performed to attain progeny, success in endeavours, worldly enjoyment and the final emancipation.

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam


This homam is performed for Goddess Saraswati (for learning,knowledge and wisdom). The Sanskrit word Sara means essence ,and Swa means self . Goddess Saraswati possesses power ofspeech, wisdom and learning. She has 4 hands representing 4aspects of human personality in learning mind, intellect, alertness and ego.

Benefits : For learning, knowledge and wisdom.

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam

Sri SukthaHomam

This is a powerful homam performed for ushering prosperity andwealth. The best day to perform this homam is on a Friday.

Benefits : For prosperity and wealth.

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam


This homam is performed for Lord Sudarshana. The homam mustbe performed with great regard to deha, manas and sthanashuddam. It is believed that a chakram formation of the flames (inthehomakundam) could be seen at the conclusion of the homam. It is believed that this homam could alleviate the sufferings especially when (the last rites of the departed soul are notperformed properly which might sometimes result in the sufferingsof the progeny belonging to later generations.

Benefits :Lord Sudarshan erases all the negative effects of the evil eye (drushti).

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam

Swayamvara Parvathi Homam

This homam is dedicated to Goddess Parvathi. Lord himself gavethe Swayamvara Mantra to Goddess Parrvathi.

Benefits : This is a very effective homam for getting married. Various obstacles that delays any marriage are removed

PariharaHomams : Can be combined with Ganapathy and NavagrahaHomam


Ancestors are invoked in this homam.

Benefits : This homam is performed to please ancestors so that their blessings are always with us to succeed in any endeavours.