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Vastu in Ghana:
Vastu although originates from a Hindu background, is an open science that people of any background, religion, and race can follow.
Today, the interest of the people in Vastu Shastra is growing and we are getting a huge number of messages from all around the world and we very busy day and night providing them Vastu Consultant services.
Today we serve clients from all the major countries around the world including the USA, England, Australia, Germany, etc. We are ready to provide Vastu Expert services and Vastu Tips to the people of Ghana.
These simple but beneficial tips if followed can have a positive effect on your daily life, business, family, and finance. House is more then a paradise for an individual and if built properly and correctly, can bring positive changes.
Vaastu science is not only bounded to homes but can also be used for constructions of shops, factories, and offices. Some of the Vaastu tips for your daily life are:
1)Puja room must be in every house.
2)The main door is an important factor in homes and must open towards inside.
3)While drinking water, you face should be towards North-East or East. For more tips and services just leave a short message and our Vaastu expert will soon help you. We will be willing to promote Vaastu science in Ghana for their prosperity and Happiness.
Ghana, officially the “Republic of Ghana” is an independent country, Western Africa. The country is famous for colonial-era buildings, historical sites, rich wildlife, topography, national parks and coastal towns.
The country has a long-term colonial history and was one of the first countries in the region to declare independence. The bordering countries of Ghana include Burkina Faso towards the North, Togo towards the east and Ivory coast towards the West. The mighty Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Guinea lie towards the South.
Due to its rapid development and economic growth, Guinea is termed as one of the regional powers. The country is a member of the United Nations (UN), African Union, Non-Aligned Movement and the Common Wealth of Nations.
The ancient history of the modern “Ghana” is not well known but it is estimated that the first humans settled in the area around 5th BC but the demographics of the country changed constantly due to emigrations.
In the 11th century, one of the earliest state in the area was created. Later, a number of empires ruled the area in their respective periods. One of the most famous and powerful kingdom in the area was the “Kingdom of Ashanti”.
As the area of Ghana was rich in natural resources especially gold and diamonds, the region soon saw European interest starting from 15th century.
The first Europeans to visit the area were Portuguese that started Trading and maintained regular trading posts. This fashion was followed also by other European powers including Germany, Sweden and eventually the British.
The British forces as usual swiftly tried to occupy all the region under the cover if trade which led to conflict between the local kingdoms and the British. After facing early defeats, the British forces finally defeated the local forces and occupied the whole region in 1900. Finally, Ghana got its independence in 1957 and became a sovereign state.
The geography of Ghana shows diverse features and is featured by plains, forests, grasslands, hills, rivers, and lakes. There a number of lakes and rivers that supply enough water and provides inland routes. “Lake Volta” is the largest artificial lake in the world.
Also, Ghana features numerous valleys, beautiful and lush green hills, rich wildlife, warm beaches and moderate climate. Also, the wildlife of Ghana is bounded mostly by the Wildlife parks and reservoirs. But sadly, the population is decreasing dramatically due to hunting and poaching.
Ghana is one of the most developed and modern countries in the region with the economy growing at a rate more than expected. Experts believe Ghana will be the first country in the region to be termed as “developed country” and will be totally industrialized in 25-30 years.
Economic sectors of Ghana are dominated by Industrial sector, Services Sector, and Agricultural sector. Also, Ghana is rich in mineral resources and provide good support towards the economy.
The industrial sector is the second largest sector after the Services sector but is one of the most advanced and rapidly developing sector and assembles laptops, mobiles, and computers.
Agriculture sector also shares around 21% of the total GDP and the country has huge land reserves and rich soil that can be used for more agricultural production.
Ghana is multilingual and multi-ethical country. There are a number of ethical groups living all over the country some of which include Akans, Dagbani, Ewe, Ga-Adangbe, Gurma, and Fulani.
Also, there are 11 languages that are declared as official by the government. English is the most commonly spoken language and also serves as lingua franca all over the country. English is also common due to its roots in the colonial era.
Christianity is the predominating religion of Ghana with followers around 71% that belong to different sects of the Christianity. Islam is the second largest religion in the country accounting for 17% followers in the total population.
- Country Ghana
- Capital City Accra
- Area: 238,535 km2
- Population: 28.21 million (2016)
- Currency: Ghanaian cedi
- Official languages: English
- Demonym: Ghanaian
- Government Unitary presidential constitutional republic legislature Parliament
- Religions: Christians, Islam
- Time Zone: GMT (UTC+0)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +233
- Internet TLD .gh
- Ghanaian National Bird Not Designated
- Ghanaian National Flower Not Designated
- Important Cities: Accra, Sekondi-Takoradi, Cape Coast, Tema, Koforidua, Suyani, Obuasi
- Famous Rivers Volta River, Pra River, Ankobra River, Densu River, Black Volta, Oti River, Tano River, Afram River
- Spiritual Places St. Barnabas Catholic Church, St. Benedict Anglican Church, Winners Chapel Ghana, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Larabanga Masjid, Accra Central Mosque, Ghana National Mosque, Legon Mosque, Kumasi Central Mosque, Ghana Central Mosque, Accra Central Mosque
- Tourist Attractions: Kakum National Park, Elmina Castle, Cape Coast Castle, Lake Volta, Mole National Park, National Museum of Ghana, Akosombo Dam, Aburi Botanical Gardens, Kejetia-Kumasi, Manhyia Palace, Kumsai Zoo, Armed Forces Museum, Independence Arch, Osu Castle, Mount Afadja, Bojo Beach, Fort James, Boti Falls, Ussher Fort, Kintampo waterfalls, Digya National Park, Nubuke Foundation
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