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Vastu in Hungary:
Hungary, a beautiful country, which is landlocked and located in central Europe. People of Hungary had good patience and respected. Love to serve them with vastu tips.
When buying a new home, best to follow vastu shastra tips for all the corrections or before buying the new home best to take vastu consultant services to pick a nice vastu home. When residents accompanied vastu tips then they can feel peace and development in that home.
Life is not a game to play with it. One should be carefully planned everything, it helps in the future. Without planning one may bother with unfavorable incidents. Here Vastu Shastra helps residents not to take the wrong decisions.
Coming with our residential premises, our vastu shastra has excellent quotations and guidance, which room has to come in which place, which item should we keep in which portion of the home etc. Like, car shed, portico, living room, kitchen, bedrooms, wardrobes, toilets, bathrooms, elevator position (recent researches), prayer room, balcony, seated dais, racks, water bodies, study room, children room, kids playing room, family room, slanting roofs etc, everything was clearly mentioned in Vastu Shastra.
Once residents followed these vastu principles, they can see radical positive changes in their life. Please approach only the best vastu expert for all of your vastu requirements. Don't approach swindler in the society. They ruin the life.
Vastu shastra has a very good reputation in the society. These swindlers spoiled its name. Beware of such fraudsters. Don't attract by seeing thief cheap payments. Once the resident approached them, its hard to come out from their spider net. Be cautious. The Genuine vastu pandit never cheat anybody, he always wishes to protect clients life and wish to protect his name too.
Hungary is an independent and landlocked country in Central Europe. The country is circumscribed by Serbia towards the South, Slovenia towards the West, Slovakia towards the North, Croatia towards the Southwest, Romania towards the East, Ukraine towards the Northeast and Austria towards the Northwest. Budapest is the capital and largest city and is described as one of the most beautiful, developed and glorious city of Hungary and reflects the culture, heritage, and Architect of the Hungarian people. Furthermore, Hungary is one of the most developed countries in the world with high-human development index, high-income economy, high living standards and a number of other progress including best health care and education. The country is a member of the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), NATO, World Bank and the Council of Europe. Many thanks to Vastu consultant in Bangalore for requesting us to provid Hungary country information here.
The history of modern Hungary starts by the occupation of the Region by the Roman Empire between 35 to 9 BC. The Romans maintained a permanent military presence in the Region and ruled till 4th AD. The state of Hungary was by the end of the 9th century after the unification of several local tribes. Also, the ruling authority covered into a Christian state. the years of 1241-1242 were marked by the attacks of Mongols from which the local population suffered a lot. Afterward, the situation of Hungary started to improve and by the 15th century, Hungary saw it golden ages having a powerful place and position in the whole of Europe. But this age was short-lived by the Ottoman conquest of the region and the defeat of the Hungarians. Furthermore, Ottomans occupied the Budapest and their position got further stabilized. This resulted in the division of Hungary and was ruled and divided by different kingdoms. As the World War 1 started, Hungary was one of the countries that suffered the most by losing a large part of its territory, almost half of the population and infrastructure. Again, in World War 2, Hungary allied with the German forces and fought against Russia for two years. But after huge losses, the country abounded the War and wanted peace with the Allied forces. This resulted in the occupation of Hungary by the Germans until it was liberated by the Russian Army. By the end of the War, Hungary again suffered a lot, having a major blow to the economy, infrastructure, and loss of millions of lives. After the War, Hungary became a Soviet satellite state until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989.
The modern boundaries of Hungary are the result of the “Treaty of Trianon” that happened in 1920 and was a major blow to Hungary as it lost 58% of its total territory and became landlocked. Today most of the area covered by Hungary features low and grassy lands while the mountainous region makes only 2% of the total area while 19% of the total area is covered by forests. One of the main advantages of the terrain is that it is almost futile and can be used to produce large amounts of crops. Danube and Tisza are the two major rivers of the country while the Danube stretches almost 418 km in Hungary and is also navigable. “Lake Balaton” is Hungary’s largest lake and is termed as Central Europe’s largest freshwater lake.
Hungary has a high-income economy with developed and performing sectors. The country has diversified all of its economic sectors and major sectors include services, agriculture, industries, and construction. The services sector is the largest sector and shared 64% of the total GDP. This due to reason that Hungary is one of the best tourist destinations in the world and is ranked is 11th most popular in the world. The country is famous for its rich cultural heritage, art, architect, beautiful cities, countryside, literature, cuisine, and music. Alone the city of Budapest has several castles, museums, historical and medieval buildings and much more. The industrial sector is the second largest and one of the most developed sectors featuring heavy industries, mechanical engineering, food industries, pharmaceuticals and automobile production. One of the world best automobile brands including the famous “Audi”, “Mercedes” and “Suzuki” are manufactured in Hungary including a number of their spares. Although the huge mass of land is available for agriculture, it only shares 4% of the total GDP. The most famous agricultural product is “wine” which is famous for it quality, blend and taste. Other agricultural products include wheat, corn, sunflower, potato, sugar beet, canola, apple, peach, pear, grape, watermelon, and plum etc.
“Hungarians” are the largest ethical group present in the country. Hungarian is the official, national and most widely spoken language of the country. other languages include English, German, Romanian, Romani, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Ukrainian. There was a large number of German people living in Hungary that were expelled after the World War 2. Christianity is the predominant and state religion of Hungary. Also, Hungary was one of the earliest countries that adopted Christianity as the state religion in 1000 AD. 2011 census shows that 52.9% of the population adhere themselves towards Christianity.
- Country Hungary
- Capital City Budapest
- Area: 93,030 km²
- Population: 9.818 million (2016)
- Currency: Hungarian forint
- Official languages: Hungarian
- Demonym: Hungarians
- Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic legislature Országgyűlés
- Religions: Christians, Others
- Time Zone: CET (UTC+1), CEST (UTC+2)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +36
- Internet TLD .hu
- Hungarian National Bird Saker falcon
- Hungarian National Flower Tulip
- Important Cities: Budapest, Pecs, Szeged, Debrecen, Gyor, Miskolc, Eger
- Famous Rivers Danube, Tisza, Drava, Koros, Mures, Raba, Somes, Ipel ,Bodrog, Sajo, Hornad, Mur, Leitha, Sio, Zagyva, Crasna, Barcau, Marcal, Bodva, Zala, Galga, Sugovica
- Border Countries Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Croatia
- Spiritual Places Churches of Hungary, The Votive Church and Cathedral of Our Lady of Hungary, The Zsámbék Premontre monastery church, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Downtown Candlemas Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Assumption Cathedral, Esztergom Basilica, Matthias Church, Holy Spirit Catholic Church
- Tourist Attractions: Buda Castle, Hungarian Parliament Building, Lake Balaton, Fisherman's Bastion, Matthias Church, Chain Bridge, St. Stephen's Basilica, Gellert Hill, Margaret Island, Great Market Hall, Hungarian State Opera, Gellert Baths, City Park, House of Terror, Castle Hill, Citadella, Hungarian National Gallery, Rudas Baths, Lake Heviz
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