Ayaadi Vastu CourseWork in Delhi, India – Panchtattva Vastu

Ayaadi Vastu CourseWork in Delhi, India – Panchtattva Vastu

AYAADI VASTU ( Ancient Vastu )

Ancient VASTU SHASTRA

“When inner space and outer space resonate together in harmony, then peacefulness, vitality, health, prosperity and creativity become the natural order and effortless experience.”
– Dr Ganapati Sthapati

 

COURSE OVERVIEW:

Ayadi calculations are secret mathematical formulas of Vastu Shastra, which were used since ancient times for construction of Hindu temples and homes. By knowing how to apply them, you can determine the exact quality of cosmic vibration present in every object around you. It also allows you to design the space you live in and objects of your everyday use to be in tune with your birth nakshatra.

In ancient times these sacred formulas were used to design personal jewellery, furniture’s, pieces of art or even work tools, so they can enhance the unique stellar vibration of the individual – as well as to design entire houses, temples, deities and cities. In our times they are additionally helpful for designing logos, webpages, product labels and other marketing tools.

Ayadi calculation is one of the most important aspects in Sthapatya Veda, Ayadi Calculation is also called as Ayadi Shadvarga or the building formulae. The Scriptures, as well as the ancient architects (Sthapatis), considered the dwellings as a living organism, irrespective of the temple, residential homes, palaces etc.

The Land also known as Kshetra and the dwellings was built in proper rhythm & proportion for the residents to live in harmony with nature. When houses were built using these Ayadi formulae, they were said to give the residents spirituality, health, wealth, and prosperity.

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There are different calculations done in Vaastu for different purposes using Ayadi Shadvarga to check the energy suitability of the residents with the land & building by taking into account the Nakshatra or the birth star of the owner, these calculations are used for Town or city planning, Temples, Residences, Apartments, Commercial & Industrial buildings.

 

There are Seven aspects to be examined under Ayadi

  1. Aaya – Income / benefits
  2. Vyaya – Expenditure
  3. Yoni – Direction indicating the flow of energy (Prana)
  4. Varam – Weekdays
  5. Nakshatra – Star
  6. Amsa – Quality/feature
  7. Ayul – Life of the building

 

The Process of calculation for each Ayadi

The Aaya (Income) should always be more than Vyaya (Expenditure). If Vyaya is more than Aaya, then the residents will always have financial problems.

The Yoni Should always have a reminder in odd numbers i.e 1, 3, 5, 7. Refer the below Yoni table for benefits.

 Below table explains the best direction the building should face as recommended in Sthapatya Veda

Yoni calculation is an important aspect in Ayadi calculation, based on the Yoni the direction of the plot & Building is decided. Dhwaja Yoni is considered the best Yoni in Sthapatya Veda. Another important point to be observed is that all the auspicious Yonis are in line with Cardinal direction of North, South, East & West. The Plot or the building with diagonal directions  & entrance from North-East, South-East, South-West, North-West is inauspicious & hence rejected.

Varam with 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 is auspicious

There are 27 Nakshatras in Vedic astrology, the Nakshatras with 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 as reminders are auspicious.

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Amsam or Quality with the remainder 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 is considered auspicious.

The above calculations are performed by an expert Vaastu Sthapathi before one starts construction of any form of a building, it is recommended that You consult an expert to attain both spiritual & material benefits.

After Course Support

  • Panchtattva Vastu will provide you full support to work on your case studies.
  • If you miss any of the Session. You can take it in the next batch.
  • You can also Repeat the course*