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Vastu in Northern Territory:
Vastu Shastra utilizes infinite energies like solar energy, magnetic energy, wind energy, light energy, etc and bring Prosperity, happiness, and peace in our lives unless it is used in a right direction. This ancient science Vastu was created by renowned Hindu scholar around thousands of years back and is one of the oldest construction methods. Today, due to increased awareness, many people around the world are asking about the deep insight of this Vaastu and our Vastu Pandits are busy day and night to deliver the best content through our Vastu Website. Other than that we have some best Vastu Tips available on our site. Some of these include:
1) The Northeast direction is the best place for meditation.
2) Place a Vaastu painting (sunrise, rivers, waterfalls, etc) in the East direction.
3) The bedroom should not be left dark it should always be lit. Also, open Windows for 20 minutes daily for inward of fresh air.
4) Place a fountain in Northeast direction of the House.
5) Remove all useless material from Home especially from under your bed.
If Daily Vastu Tips are followed, it brings success with minor efforts. Also, we are ready to help the people of Northern Territory on any matter related to Vasthu. We are requesting the Northern Territory’s Government to promote this science for the prosperity of the state and also we are ready to help, personally.
Northern Territory Information:
Northern Territory, is one of the six federal territories of the “Common Wealth of Australia” and third largest in terms of area covered but lightly populated due to lack of resources e.g. arable lands, water, etc. The other bordering states include Queensland towards the East, South Australia towards the South and Western Australia towards the west. The capital of the state is Darwin which was rebuilt several times after it was hit by cyclone thrice and after the Japanese air raid on the city during the "World War 2". Most of the state’s population is concentrated along the coastal regions.
The state has an ancient history similar to the other Australian states. Indigenous Australians (Aboriginal Australians, etc.) migrated to the region approx. 40,000-60,000 years ago either by boats or a land bridge (that existed at that time est) from the Indonesian region. These people had their own way of living, languages, culture, and traditions. These people had also active trade with Indonesia (Makassar) people. The region was first sighted by a Dutch navigator “Willem Janszoon” in 1606. Later, many British, French and other Dutch explorers visited the region. By 1824, the region was claimed by the British and started to establish permanent colonies in the region but due to lack of resources and other problems the colonial settlement failed three times but the situation improved after the creation of “Port of Darwin” and proper settlements flourished. Afterward, the area was more explored, railway tracks, and roads were built. Minor incidents also occurred with indigenous Australian people but these were not brutal that occurred in the Queensland. In 1901, similar to the Australian states, Northern Territory was also inducted into the newly created “Common Wealth of Australia”. As the World War 2 broke out, several times this state attacked by air strikes by Japan, especially the “Bombing of Darwin” was a single most devastating attack on Australia in history.
The geographical features of the Northern Territory are diverse. Featuring numerous islands, two of Australian largest deserts (Tanami desert and Simpson desert), rivers, mountain ranges, national parks, reserves and sacred places (of indigenous people). The state’s majority population lives along the coastal areas as the inland conditions were harsh and limited resources were available. But in modern times, the condition is improving and the state has fastest growing population. The state has two climate zones, coastal areas, and the inland region. Coastal areas have warm and tropical climate and receive a small amount of rainfall while the islands have hot temperature due to deserts. Also, there is almost 50% of the Northern Territory’s land reserved for the Indigenous Australians.
Mining is the largest and most dependable sector of the economy as agriculture and industrial sectors are not well developed. Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of the state and due to numerous spots like wilderness, sacred places, long coastline, islands, waterfalls, aboriginal people and their culture and wildlife surely attracts a large number of tourists annually.
Christianity is the largest religion practiced in the state while aboriginal people have their own religion.
- Northern Territory Capital City: Darwin
- Area 1.421 million km²
- Population 211,945
- Language English
- State Bird Wedge-tailed eagle
- State Animal Not designated
- State Flower Sturt's desert rose
- State Tree Not designated.
- Popular Rivers Daly River, Mary River, Roper River, Wildman River, Victoria River, Blyth River, Robinson River, Moyle River, Walker River, Fitzmaurice River, Goyder River, Goomadeer River, Koolatong River, Adelaside River, Limmen Bight River, Goromuru River, Todd River
- Spiritual Places Hillsong Church Darwin Malak, Casuarina Baptist Church, Christ Church Cathedral Darwin, Darwin Baptist Church, Desert Life Church, St. James Anglican Church, St. Luke's Anglican Church, Holy Family Catholic Church
- Important Cities Alice Springs, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Palmerston, Nhulunbuy, Yulara, Mataranka
- Border States Queensland, Southren Australia, Westren Australia
- Tourist Attractions Alice Springs Desert PArk, Katherine Outback Experience, Katherine Gorge, Crocosaurus Cove, Magnetic Termite Mounds, Kings Canyon Walk, Jim Jim Falls, Territory Wildlife Park, Territory Wildlife Park, WWII Oil Storage Tunnels, Anzac Hill, Kuniya Walk, Indo Pacific Marine
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