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Vastu in New Zealand:
Our Indian Vastu is an ability of potential power fields. The complete creation is filled with mysterious forces. If we look carefully we effectuate that the intact atmosphere is filled with some hidden power.
Entire activities in the world are driven by this powerful energy which most of them are still unknown to humans, we called it as God's power, shakti, natural force. Entire science and technology and other sources working according to this unknown hidden powerful force.
All animals including human beings can live and move only because of this supernatural power. This power is the base of many creations.
Our Indian vastu shastra invented by intellectual savant scholars, this vastu science can make wonders when we follow their exact vastu tips.
We have a lot of ways to do corrections to our factories or Hotels or house like (living room, master bedroom, Kitchen, dining room, bedroom, front yard, Backyard, garage, Portico and Office, school buildings, commercial complex, shops, departmental stores etc, as per our Indian ancient Vastu Shastra tips.
We recommend residents, to approach only the famous vastu consultant in India who has great knowledge on properties in New Zealand, once residents approached expert vastu consultant then he may suggest the critical problems along with minor modifications to the existing premises for better results. He can thoroughly guide with appropriate suggestions when buying the homes in New Zealand.
Mr. Suresh already visited and executed his vastu services in many countries like United Arab Emirates (Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Ras Al-Khaimah), Bahrain, South Africa, Indonesia, Botswana, Sri Lanka, Oman, Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal and almost all states in India.
We have many clients in USA and most of them thoroughly checked vasthu in USA and then only buying the homes there. It may be one of the reason that they are most wealthy.
At present New Zealand residents are looking for vastu services, after knowing this one Vastu consultant in Australia trying to reach New Zealand for vastu consultancy services. After seeing his caliber residents in New Zealand likes to take vastu expert consultancy services from India only.
New Zealand residents including NRI's are very strict in looking for quality and genuine vastu services. They never compromise on the quality, they never avoid to pay vastu fee, they are very prompt, they are very kind people, having good heart. If you wish to Contact Us here is the link.
Home Construction Methods in New ZealandNew Zealand lies in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It is an island country with two main landmasses – the north and the South Island. New Zealand ranks high in terms of quality of life, education, civil liberties, and economic freedom.
It is a developed nation and if you are looking to purchase a house on this beautiful island, here are the commonly found architectures to choose from:
1. Cottages in New Zealand<>
The word cottage is derived from the word cotter, which means a peasant farmer. The peasant farmers used to live in similar houses on tiny plots. The cottages were extremely basic and it encompassed just one or two rooms. It was primarily made from wood however, sometimes it was also created through stone.
The entry door of the cottages was framed with casement windows. Verandas were also used to cover the entry. This architectural style contained either a rectangular or a square floor plan, along with a gabled roof.
In the case of the two-room cottages, the second room was used as a bedroom. The front door opened into a “parlor”, which was used as a route to reach other rooms.
2. Villa Style Homes
The Villas were extremely popular in New Zealand from the early 1800s till the first world war. They were commonly made entirely through timber with a metal roof. But there are some exceptions to this rule.
Villas were larger than the cottages, contained at least four to five rooms. They had greater ornamentation and higher ceilings. The introduction of the machined-moldings was responsible for the increased use of decorative lace trims, and finial posts. The owner’s wealth is reflected by the interior elements such as the pressed metal ceilings as well as the stained-glass windows.
You can find some villas made of bricks as well. Villas are classical beauty, and Villa renovation is common in Auckland (former capital of New Zealand). Renovated villas can be easily found in areas like Ponsonby, Kingsland, Grey Lynn, and many other suburbs.
Renovating a villa is a tedious project but it is extremely rewarding if done correctly.
3. Bungalow in New Zealand
Bungalows got popular in the early 1920s and they were predominantly built in New Zealand.
They transcended over the villa after the first world war. Bungalows were inspired by the Californian style and were created while keeping the modern demand in mind.
Over time, the construction of the bathroom has shifted from the rear to the middle of the house. The roof of bungalows is low pitched and for entertainment purposes, deeper verandas can be built. TO preserve privacy the front door porch is usually positioned away from the street façade.
Bungalows are commonly found in most parts of Auckland and they are very similar to villas. Even they require a lot of effort for renovation and are unlikely to move out of fashion.
4. Art deco houses in New Zealand
Art deco (also called modern houses) first appeared towards the end of the depression i.e. in the early 1930s and they lasted till the end of the second world war. The art deco has a significant impact on the culture of New Zealand.
It signified the shift of preference, from the highly ornated villas and the casual bungalow. Nearly all the towns present in New Zealand offer some sort of art deco construction. The most popular Art Deco is called Napier.
The Napier was rebuilt after the devastating earthquake in 1931. Art deco architecture is widely recognized for its unique style and the associated heritage.
5. State Houses in New Zealand
In the 1930s, there was a shortage of housing for people. To combat the situation, the government embarked on a mission of providing good quality housing to the working-class people (especially the workers) and it was supposed to be built on a high standard.
The first-ever statehouse was built in 1937. The upcoming years were challenging as they were followed by a war, which led to a shortage of men and materials. This reduced the ability of the government to offer fully functional statehouses to the people.
This led to the embarkment of private housing construction. The intention was to compensate for the government’s shortcomings and thus the majority of the private houses that were built during that time – looked very similar to those which were built under the government’s statehouse scheme.
6. Mediterranean Style houses in New Zealand
This style reflects modern housing in New Zealand. Mediterranean houses have a perfectly symmetrical façade along with a stucco exterior.
Their roof is low pitched and it contains arched windows. Mediterranean houses are often accompanied by European style courtyards.
New Zealand Information:
New Zealand is a Southwestern Pacific ocean island country. It is comprises of two main lands which are Te Ika-a-Maui (North Land) and Te Waipounamu (South Land). It is the land of near about six hundred small islands. The people of New Zealand are informally known as Kiwis.
New Zealand is a unitary parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II being the head of state. The country has three official languages, i.e; English, Maori and NZ Sign Language (Te Reo Rotarota). Although 96% of the country's population speaks English.
The main exports of New Zealand are fish, meat, dairy products, machinery, wool and wood products. It is the world 53rd largest economy. The main export partners of the country are Australia, China, USA and Japan.
New Zealand is an isolated country, having a great attraction towards the tourists. It has the most attractive natural sites and scenery of the world. Nature made this country like a movie set. Fiordland National Park, a world heritage site is located in southwest corner of the South Island. It has an area of 12,607 sq. KMs, making it the largest national park.
New Zealanders are the world most educated people. The literacy rate here is 99%. The urban population of the country is 86% while 14% people live in rural areas.
Keypoints of New Zealand
- Country New Zealand
- Capital City Wellington
- Area: 268,021 km2 (103,483 sq mi)
- Population: 4,824,580 (2017)
- Currency: New Zealand dollar ($) (NZD)
- Official languages: English & Maori
- Demonym: New Zealander
- Legislature Parliament Unicameral: House of Representative
- Religions: 48% Christianity
- Time Zone: NZST(UTC+12)
Summer (DST) NZST(UTC+13)
- National Flower: Kowhai
- National Bird: Kiwis
- Drives on the Left
- Dialing / Calling Code: +64
- Internet TLD .nz
- Important Cities: Wellington, Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Wanganui, Palmerston North, Christchurch
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Dear Suresh, I am pleased to inform you that like the way you provided consultation for my home and explained to me all the changes required inside and outside home. I really appreciate the diagrams that you prepared for my home with pictures and arrows showing the changes need to be done. Above all, you explained very well the reasons behind changes you recommended for my home with great clarity and sense of humor. No doubt in my mind, you are the best Vastu expert, I really appreciate your dedication by building and maintaining a very informative website that is helping thousands of people across the globe. Also, I sensed when I talk to you and when I was dealing with you, you follow honesty and integrity and you have a sincere desire to help others - Kotesware Rao - Dallas - USA
We are tech professionals and working in USA. After a year long search we brought the house. After buying the house I started looking for consultant who can help me evaluating the house. I came across Subhavaastu website which has lot of information. I contacted Mr.Suresh and requested him to help with our house vastu. It has been an incredible delight working with him.. He is very detailed oriented person and never compromises with his work. I am typically not interested to deliver the reviews. But after working with Mr. Suresh I decided to share my experience. Mr. Suresh has great expertise in providing vastu consultation to USA property. He is always available through email and phone l to answer questions. I am writing this review hoping it will help other people like me who lives in abroad. Please take advise before buying the house. I highly recommend Mr. Suresh as he has great experience with structure of USA properties and also he provides genuine consultation. I really appreciate Mr. Suresh's help in evaluating our house - Padma - Boston - USA
"I contacted Sureshji to consult on our current home. He was spot on in identifying vastu dosha in regards to the problems we were having. He suggested remedies but we are still looking for a new house. Since then I have been in touch with him for finding a right home for us. He is very sincere and truly wishes better lives for everyone. He doesn’t compromise with quality and is always responsive to queries. He recommends solutions as per location as vaastu rules differ for each country. He is greatly contributing to the society with his knowledge of Vaastu Shastra and dedication towards his work. Keep up the good work Sureshji and wish you success and happiness!" - Megha - Virginia - USA
I have consulted Suresh Garu during December 2014 during the process of buying a house in Texas, USA. I have occupied the house for one year now, and feel like dropping a review regarding my experience during the entire process. I am very much satisfied with the kind of service I received from him. He is very knowledgeable and I was often stunned by his detailed analysis during the course of my interaction with him. He was very much accessible over phone (perhaps more than 10 times for one house plan!) and the price is very much reasonable especially compared with the cost of the house. I noticed his burning desire to help me in making informed decisions on certain things. I have seen some people pretending to know this subject and misguiding those who come for help by saying only what we want to hear. SubhaVaastu is definitely not that one. Finally, I am strong believer of leaving certain things to experts in those subjects. I have been in US for more than 13 years and have seen people doing their own corrections (by reading website articles) trying to save few dollars. Please don’t do that. You would end up in causing more damage. I highly recommend you to engage SubhaVaastu in your next project - Satish - Dallas - TX - USA
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