VAASTU SHASTRA – BATHROOM (TOILET)

VAASTU SHASTRA – BATHROOM (TOILET)

The Toilets and Bathrooms today, are an integral part of the House unlike in the olden days when there was no water supply through pipes and no drainage and sewage pipeline system, and people were forced to use open spaces as Toilets for daily ablutions. However today with the easy availability of water through taps and underground sewage pipeline system, toilets and bathrooms have become a part of the house, with the W.C., wash basin and bath shower/bath tub , all combined in one room, commonly known as the Bathroom. Here are some of the Vaastu Guidelines to be considered, while designing a Bathroom, also known as a Toilet.

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LOCATION OF A BATHROOM:

· Toilets should to be in the North-West or West of the house/building.

· If it is an attached toilet, it should preferably be to the North-West side of the room.

· If the West and North-West corners are not available, the next best option is the South-East of the building or room.

· Avoid constructing a toilet in the center of the building and in the North-East corner of the building.

· The toilet should be one or two feet higher than the ground level.

FLOORING OF A BATHROOM:

· The Bathroom floor level should be one or two feet higher than the ground level.

· Marble or granite tiles should not be used for flooring in the Bathroom.

· Use anti-skid flooring only.

LOCATION OF WASH BASIN, W.C., BATH TUB/SHOWER, AND OTHER FIXTURES:

· The Wash Basin, Bathtubs and shower area should be placed on the North-East, North, or East sides of the room.

· The Commode or WC should be in the West, the South or the North-West side of the west in the Bathroom.

· The commode should be oriented such that person sitting on the WC, faces either towards the North or the South and not in the E-W direction.

· When lying in a bathtub, the head position should be in the South.

· Mirrors in the Bathroom may be on the North and East walls.

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POSITIONS OF DOORS AND WINDOWS IN A BATHROOM:

· In the Bathroom, if possible, there should be a small window in the East or West and a bigger window in the North after providing for privacy.

· The door of the Bathroom should be in the East or the North direction as far as possible.

VAASTU COLORS FOR A BATHROOM:

· The colour of the walls of the Bathroom can be according to one’s choice but it is preferable to have light shades. Avoid red and black color.

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VAASTU EVALUATION EXERCISE FOR THE BATHROOM (TOILET):
This exercise is just a guideline to help you decide, where to position the Bathroom in your house plan. In case you already have a house, then this exercise will help you to evaluate the location of your existing Bathroom as per Vastu Shastra principles. Accordingly, you can decide if you want to make some corrections and changes to your house.

· Note the score for the following question and enter it in the score sheet.

· Total the points.

· The points indicate how favorable your House is, according to Vaastu.

· The interpretation of the record of points is given at the end of the SCORE SHEET

POSITION OF THE BATHROOM (TOILET):


DIRECTION

POINTS
NORTH-WEST 10
WEST 9
SOUTH 8
NORTH 7
EAST 6
SOUTH-EAST 5
SOUTH-WEST 4
NORTH-EAST 3
   

This post is about the Vastu guidelines for the design of a Bathroom. The Bathroom is accessed from the Bedroom. Read the Vastu guidelines for the design of this space here:

· VAASTU SHASTRA | BEDROOMS

SUGGESTED READING:
Vaastu Shastra is a rational science based on facts, observations and governed by a set of principles. To understand the logic and Scientific reasoning of these Vaastu principles, go to: Vastu Guidelines | Bathrooms
For an Architect’s ideas on the Design of a Bathroom, go to:

· DESIGN OF A BATHROOM | TYPES

· DESIGN OF A BATHROOM | FIXTURES

· DESIGN OF A BATHROOM | PLANNING

Source; VAASTU SHASTRA | BATHROOM (TOILET)

Vaastu for House planning

 

BathRooms and toilets

  1. Toilets should never be constructed adjacent to kitchen and Pooja room as per Vastu Shastra, as the bad energy will spoil the purity and divinity.
  2. Bathrooms can be on the west or north west sides of the building
  3. But not on the eastern or north eastern sides.
    • Toilets should to be in the North-West or West of the house/building.
    • If it is an attached toilet, it should preferably be to the North-West side of the room.
    • If the West and North-West corners are not available, the next best option is the South-East of the building or room.
    • Avoid constructing a toilet in the center of the building and in the North-East corner of the building.
    • The toilet should be one or two feet higher than the ground level.
      • The Wash Basin, Bathtubs and shower area should be placed on the North-East, North, or East sides of the room.
      • The Commode or WC should be in the West, the South or the North-West side of the west in the Bathroom.
      • The commode should be oriented such that person sitting on the WC, faces either towards the North or the South and not in the E-W direction.
      • When lying in a bathtub, the head position should be in the South.
      • Mirrors in the Bathroom may be on the North and East walls.
  4. The toilet room should also not be located on the south east, the south west, or in the center of the building.
  5. For bathroom construction, the most appropriate location lies in the eastern portion of the house.
  6. Drainage system should be in the northeast direction. Therefore, it is advised that the taps and showers should be fixed on the northern side. The north side is also suitable for putting up the mirror.
  7. The toilet should be on the west or the northwest side of the room and be 1-2 feet above the ground.
  8. The bathtub can be placed in the west, while the sink should be kept on the northeast, north or the east side of the room.
  9. As per Vastu for bathroom, the door should not be in the southwest direction.

 

Doors

 

  1. The main door of the house should not be below ground.
  2. Neither should the main door be in the center of the house, nor in the extreme corners.
  3. If the door is set in the north wall, move it east of center;
  4. If it’s in the east wall, move it north of center.
  5. If it is set in the south wall, it should be moved east of center
  6. If it is in the west wall, move it south of center.
  7. The entrance doors of two houses should not be exactly opposing one another.
  8. A house should have even number of doors and windows
  9. The main door of the house should be bigger in size as compared to the other doors in the house. Also, it should be more beautiful than others.

Vastu Shastra Tips For Home and House | Vastu For House Stucture | Vastu Shasta And Your House

A house is a collaboration of rooms with precisely defined entry and exit points. Now its alright that you have hired an architect to construct it. But keep in mind that your house would be the architect of your destiny in times to come. So lets just try a little vastu for house to ensure that all natural energies and powers, including the solar and cosmic energies, are there to bless you.

 

Kitchen Vastu –

  • South-east represents the most auspicious kitchen setting. Alternatively, consider a north-west alignment as your second choice.
  • Again, Vaastu Shaastra sincerely hopes that you do not assign your kitchen the following corners –
    • South-West
    • Center
    • North-East
  • Still better, if you set up your cooking corner in the east.
  • Priority-wise, ensure an eastern or northern kitchen entrance.
  • Avoid placing your gas stove exactly in front of the kitchen entrance.
Vastu for Pooja Room
  • Sunrays light up the north-east first, so why don’t you consider north-east first for your pooja room? Especially if you love to hang out with prosperity, happiness, inner strength, health, and wealth.
  • Do you own a big plot of land? In case you do, then assign the center of your ground floor to your deities.
  • Arrange for proper ventilation and a threshold, if you wish to elicit a positive response from the deities.
  • So do you worship? We hope you do, and do it facing east.
Vastu for Bedroom
  • Would you mind if we ask you to bring up your bedroom, specifically the master bedroom in south-west? Well, Vaastu doesn’t mind, so why do you??
  • This science of architecture has always favored rectangular and square bedrooms, then, who are we to turn against the principles proven time and again?
  • Well, do you head your family? Just asking because our traditional science has always favored the family heads using the Master bedroom. We hope you understand.

Vastu for Bathroom
  • Prefer North as well as North-west alignments for your bathroom. If possible, avoid South-west and South-east set-ups.
  • Further avoid constructing your bathroom in proximity to Pooja Room and Kitchen.
  • Prefer north or east alignments for your bathroom entrance.

While this article discussed the basics, the game of directions is just getting started. Explore our blog for a detailed, step-by-step guide on vaastu renovations and recommendations.

 

Source: Vastu Shastra Tips For Home and House | Vastu For House Stucture | Vastu Shasta And Your House

Vastu Shastra For Bathroom | Vastu Shastra Toilet And Bathroom Location | Vastu Shastra Faridabad India

A bathroom is, hands down, one of the most important rooms in a pad. However, most people are completely ignorant of the intricate rules that govern this particular space. Putting in a humble amount of effort to rebuild a lavatory according to vastu for bathroom will reap several rewards for you, and may even make it your new sanctuary, after the bedroom!

According to the experts, the most appropriate location for constructing a bathroom is East.

Auspicious Directions For Various Bathroom Accessories:

Accessories

Direction

Mirror

North

Taps and showers

North

Toilet

West or Northwest (a couple of feet above the ground)

Geyser, switchboard, other electrical equipments

Southeast corner

Washing machine

Southeast and northwest

Bathtub

West

Sink

North , East or Northeast

Overhead tank

Northwest

Drainage system

Northeast

Windows or ventilators

East or the north

Changing room

South or West

Door

East

Auspicious Vastu Colors For The Bathroom

§ White,

§ Mixture Of White and Black (Grey tones)

§ Pink, light blue and other Pastel Colors

Avoid the usage of dark hues (e.g. dark red or plain black) as they have a tendency to generate negative energies. Also, bathroom tiles must be kept in subtle, pale shades.

Things To Keep In Mind:

§ As per vastu for bathroom, one must always bathe in the north or east side.

§ The clothes that need to be washed, must be kept in the north-western corner.

§ Toilet must never be built in the northeast or eastern corner.

§ According to Vastu for bathroom, the doors must never be in the southwest direction.

§ Its good to keep the bathroom clean, as proper sanitation lets positive energies flow freely.According to vastu for septic tanks, bathroom pipes must have their outlets in the north or east direction.

§ Use plants to add to the beauty of a bathroom.

Source:  Vastu Shastra For Bathroom | Vastu Shastra Toilet And Bathroom Location | Vastu Shastra Faridabad India

AP Commissioner of Land Administration: Letters & Circulars

Letters and Circulars issued by Spl. Chief Secretary and Chief Commissioner of Land Administration,Reports,User Mannuals on Computerization of Land Records
Government of Andhra Pradesh


E-Governance in Revenue Department – Approach Paper


Rationalization of Village Accounts – Main Report


Rationalization of Village Accounts – Annexure 1 to 6


Rationalization of Village Accounts – Annexure 7 to 8


Proposal For Additional Funds – Report


LRMIS 6.1 User Mannual


SRO-MRO Integration – User Mannual


Computerization Of Land Records – Updation of 1B-Regsiters – Dated 25-11-2002


Minutes of the Reveiw Meeting on Computerization of Revenue Offices – Dated 10-12-2002


Minutes of the Reveiw Meeting on Data Security – Dated 02-01-2003


Computerization of Land Records – Pilot Project Review Meeting – Dated 13-02-2003


Minutes of the Reveiw Meeting Held With IT & C Department – Dated 15-02-2003


Computerizaiton Of Land Records – Weekly and Cummulative report on Pilot Project – Dated 20-02-2003


LRMIS-Stabilization in pilot Mandals and Extension to more Mandals – Dated 10-03-2003


LRMIS 6.1 Installation and Training – Dated 07-05-2003


Minutes of the Meeting on MPHS/HDS Issues – Dated 06-09-2003


Constitution of Committe for Rationalization of Village Accounts – Dated 08-09-2003


Minutes of Meeting of the Vedio Conference – Dated 12-09-2003


Inauguration of CCLA Website – Dated 21-02-2004


Press Release on Launching of CCLA Website – Dated 04-03-2004


Press Note on Launching of CCLA Website


Regional Workshops schedule on Rationalization and Computerization of Village Accounts


Integration of MRO and SRO Offices – Implementation in Ranga Reddy and Nizamabad Districts – Dated 01-07-2004


Integration of MRO and SRO Offices – Training to District Personnels – Dated 12-07-2004


Integration of MRO and SRO Offices – Electronic Data Transfer – Dated 26-07-2004


Letter on Workshop of Revenue Secreataries – Dated 31-07-2004


Computerization of Land Records – Crops Data Entry of 16-31 Colomuns of Adangal/Pahani – Dated 19-08-2004


Computerization of Land Records – Updations on Crops Data Entry of 16-31 Colomuns of Adangal/Pahani – April,2005


Banning of Manual Issue of Pahanies – Order by JC, Warangal


Letter from CCLA Reg. Updation of Land Records – 29th July, 2010


ISO Certifaction for LRMIS


Circular Instructions No. CMRO-3/345/2011;Date:29-9-2011

Source:  Letters & Circulars

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