Vastu is the science of directions that combines all five elements of nature and balances them with man and material. Vastu Shastra to live or work in a favorable settings or benefit in the most scientific way provided by the five elements called "Paanchbhootas" of nature thereby paving the way for enhanced health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. A place is creating an enlightened environment.
What is Vastu? Our sages and sages knew the secrets of using all five elements of this universe and their special characteristics and effects such as magnetic fields, gravitational effects of the earth, etc., galaxies in the sky, directions and velocity of winds In light and suitable planning and construction of buildings for residence, prayer, recreation, education, including the effect of its ultra violet and infrared rays, the quantity and intensity of the intensity of rainfall etc. for the benefit of mankind, the heat of the sun, work, and production Other purposes. They developed scientific methods and systems and confined them as 'Vastu Shastra' over the years. Our sages and monks discovered this; We are only doing this research and building concepts.
Man is the cause of subject, object and architecture. She will perceive and understand architecture in relation to her own experience with the surrounding world. Through the art of design, he replaces and molds elements of the natural environment. The world includes five basic elements, also known as Paanchbhootas. They are earth, water, air, fire and space. Out of the nine planets, our planet is life due to the presence of these five elements. Earth and water are limited and availability for human habitat and development is local. They form clear and fundamental choice makers in the physical form of place and architecture and habitat. Sun, air and space are available everywhere and human needs can be molded by the act of design. To understand the function of design with these five elements, we have to appreciate each one separately for their meaning, role, and feasibility in architecture.