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Telangana, India's 29th state. Newly christened State of India, formed on June 2nd in the year 2014. Previously this place/land was called as Andhra Pradesh state. This land historical information was available from approximately 230 BCE. Approximately from 230 BCE to 220 CE, Satavahana Dynasty were the rulers of this land. After their period many dynasties like Vishnukundina, Rashtrakuta, Vakataka, Chalukya, and Western Chalukya were ruled this entire land.

The word Telangana derived from the word Trilinga, its a thought of expectation and many literatures were also said the same. Based on Hindu tale, Lord Shiva originated within lingam type upon 3 mountain tops, Kaleshwaram, Srisailam as well as Draksharama, that designated the actual limitations from the Trilingadesa, later on known as Trilinga, Telinga, Telunga or even Telangana and Telugu.

This land was highly experienced the impressed golden period in the reign of great Kakatiya Rulers. Ganapathideva or Ganapati Devudu was a greatest ruler in Kakatiya Dynasty. He came to rule in the year of 1199. Some literature says that during Ganapathideva period only the monument of Golkonda fort was constructed. Otherthan Ganapathideva, there are another two magnitude leaders like Radramadevi (Prominently called as Rani Rudramadevi) and Prataparudra were greatest of this Dynasty Kakatiya period. A sequence of powerful and great leaders came from the dynasty. Their empire destabilized using the assault associated with Malik Kafur within 1309 as well as severe attacks done by Muhammad bin Tughluq, Prataparudra deva was defeated. Kaktiya rulers ruling run upto 1323. After this period under the ruling of Bahmani Sultan of Delhi was came under possession in 14th century. Governor of Golkonda Quli Qutb Mulk fought against Bahmani Sultanate and formed or established Qutb Shahi ruling or Dynasty at about 1518. In the year of 1687 September 21st the Great Golkonda Sultanate was arrived underneath by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb following a year long fight. It means approximately one year the Golkonda fort was seized and later inside forces were weaken and Aurangzeb captured Golkonda Fort, then it came under his ruling. Later many rulers ruled this area upto Britishers invasion entire Indian land. Telangana offers standard multicultural social history along with populace through Indian as well as outside India. It's special lifestyle inheriting social traditions through Local customs inlayed throughout Moghuls as well as Nizams guideline along with notable as well as mainly southern Indian native customs as well as traditions.

List of Districts of Telangana State:

Telangana State VastuIn the year 2014,June 02nd Telangana State was formed with initial 10 districts, now the changes was materialized came up with 31 districts and they are in turn divided into 584 mandals., for easy administration and increasing the number of districts for social process in which population and industry moves from urban center places to outlying districts and spreading of power away from the center to local branches, this may cause for rapid development in entire land and unemployment will also be solved.

The 31 districts in the Telangana state are as follows:

  • Districts
    Headquarters (HQ)
  • AdilabadAdilabad
  • BhadradriKothagudem
  • HyderabadHyderabad
  • JagtialJagtial
  • JangaonJangaon
  • JayashankarBhupalpalle
  • JogulambaGadwal
  • KamareddyKamareddy
  • KarimnagarKarimnagar
  • KhammamKhammam
  • Komaram BheemAsifabad
  • MahabubabadMahabubabad
  • MahabubnagarMahabubnagar
  • MancherialMancherial
  • MedakMedak
  • Medchal–MalkajgiriMedchal
  • NagarkurnoolNagarkurnool
  • NalgondaNalgonda
  • NirmalNirmal
  • NizamabadNizamabad
  • PeddapalliPeddapalli
  • Rajanna SircillaSircilla
  • Ranga ReddyShamshabad
  • SangareddySangareddi
  • SiddipetSiddipet
  • SuryapetSuryapet
  • VikarabadVikarabad
  • WanaparthyWanaparthy
  • Warangal RuralWarangal
  • Warangal UrbanWarangal
  • Yadadri BhuvanagiriBhongir

Present Telangana geographical map. It has boundaries like Andhra Pradesh towards South and East directions, Maharashtra towards North and Northwest directions, Karnataka came towards West direction and Chhattisgarh state towards the North-east direction.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Observe the both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states in one map.

Here we may see the both states in map. Previously it was with the same map. After bifurcation Telangana State was looks like above image.

We are proud to say that we have clients in all districts except Medak town. We have done vastu services / consultancy in all districts except Medak town. We have clients in Siddipet and visited 3 times to this town.

Small summary about Telangana districts:


Adilabad District / Edulabad District: The second biggest district in Telangana State and boundaries for this district is North by Chanda district from Maharastra and Yeotmal, East direction is again Chanda district and South is Nizamabad and Karimnagar and at West direction bounded by Nanded from Maharastra. Only 7 municipalities are there in this district, they are Adilabad, Mancherial, Nirmal, Chinnur, Bellampally, Kagaznagar, Mandamarri, Bhainsa, Utnoor, Asifabad.

There are total 52 mandals and as per source we have furnished the details below:

  • Adilabad (urban)Indervelly
  • Adilabad (rural)Narnoor
  • MavalaGadiguda
  • GudihatnoorUtnoor
  • Bajahatnoor 
  • Bela 
  • Boadh 
  • Jainath 

This district is famous for dhokra casting toy making crafts and its national famous.

  • Kadem Dam
  • Sathnala Dam

Bhadradri Kothagudem:

Bhadradri Kothagudem district is a district in the eastern regional part of Telangana state and headquarters located at Kothagudem town. It was carved out of erstwhile of Khammam district prior to the re-organisation of districts in the state.

The district is sub-divided into 24 mandals and they are as follow:

  • KothagudemLaxmidevipalli (New)
  • PalvonchaAllapalli (New)
  • TekulapalliAnnapureddypalli (New)
  • YellanduBhadrachalam
  • ChandrugondaDummugudem
  • AswaraopetaCherla
  • MulkalapallyBurgampahad
  • DammapetaAswapuram
  • GundalaManuguru
  • JulurpaduPinapaka
  • Sujathanagar (New)Karakagudem (New)
  • Chunchupalli (New) 

Important Places:

  • Bhadrachalam
  • Kinnerasani Dam
  • Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary


Hyderabad District includes the area of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Secunderabad Cantonment, Lalaguda and Osmania University of Telangana State with 16 administrative mandals in Hyderabad.

It is India's one of the famous place for IT Hub. There are several mixed cultural people in Hyderabad district. In, 1978 Hyderabad district was split into Hyderabad Urban District and Hyderabad Rural District (which was later renamed as Ranga Reddy District.)

Charminar is famous for Pearls and bangles.

The 16 mandals of Hyderabad district are:

  • AmberpetKhairtabad
  • AmeerpetMarredpally
  • AsifnagarMusheerabad
  • BahadurpuraNampally
  • BandlagudaSaidabad
  • CharminarSecunderabad
  • GolcondaShaikpet
  • HimayathnagarTrimulgherry

Important places in Hyderabad & Secunderabad are as follows:

  • AddaguttaFathe DarwazaLangar HouzSafilguda
  • AdikmetGachibowliMacha BollaramSaidabad
  • Ahmed NagarGaddiannaramMallapurSaleem Nagar
  • AkberbaghGajula RamaramMallepallySanathnagar
  • AliabadGandhinagarManghalhatSanjeeva Reddy Nagar (Ameerpet)
  • AlwalGanesh Nagar (Jeedimetla)MansoorabadSantoshnagar
  • AmberpetGautham NagarMaredpallySaroornagar
  • Ashoknagar (Domalguda)Ghansi BazarMehdipatnamSeethaphalmandi
  • Asif NagarGolnakaMettugudaSerilingampalle
  • AttapurGosha MahalMoghalpuraShaikpet
  • AzampuraGowlipuraMoosapetShalibanda
  • Bagh AmberpetGudimalkapurMoosrambaghShapur Nagar
  • Bagh LingampallyGunfoundryMothinagarShivarampally
  • BalkampetHabsigudaMoula-AliShobana Colony (Fathenagar)
  • Banjara HillsHafeezpetMuradnagarSomajiguda
  • Bansilalpethanuman nagarMylardevpallySri Nagar Colony
  • BarkasHayathnagarNallagandlaSultan Bazar
  • BarkatpuraHimayathnagarNallakuntaSuraram Colony
  • Begum BazarHussain AlamNanalnagarTalabchanchalam
  • BegumpetHydernagarNawabsaheb kuntaTappachaputra
  • BholakpurIS SadanNoorkhan BazarTarnaka
  • boduppalJagadgiriguttaOld BowenpallyTolichowki
  • BorabandaJahanumaOld MalakpetUppal
  • Bouddha NagarJambaghPadmarao NagarUppuguda
  • ChampapetJangammetPatancheruvuVanasthalipuram
  • Chanda NagarJubilee HillsPathergattiVasanthapuri Colony
    (Old Malkajgiri)
  • Chandrayan GuttaKachigudaPNT ColonyVengalrao Nagar
  • ChavniKanchanbaghPurana pulVidyanagar
  • CherlapalliKapraQuthbullapurVijayanagar Colony
  • ChilkalgudaKarmanghatR.C.PuramVivekananda Nagar
  • ChintalKarwanRahamath NagarYapral
  • ChintalbastiKavadigudaRajendra NagarYousufguda
  • DabirpuraKhairtabadRamakrishnapuramZiaguda
  • Dayara/MusheerabadKishanbaghRamanthapur 
  • Defence ColonyKothapetRamgopalpet 
  • DhoolpetKothapetRamnagar 
  • DoodhbowliKPHB ColonyRamnaspura 
  • ErragaddaKukatpallyRed Hills 
  • Erramanzil (Punjagutta)KurmagudaRein Bazar 
  • FalaknumaLalithabaghRiyasat Nagar 

Places to visit:

  • Charminar
  • Golkonda Fort
  • Birla Mandir
  • Chilkur Balaji Temple
  • Nehru Zoological Park
  • Shilparamam
  • Osmania University and many more.

Jagtial district::

Jagtial is a district of Telangana state in India. Previously it was a part of the Karimnagar district prior re-organisation of districts in the state.

There are 18 mandals in the Jagtial district and they are:

  • JagitialKorutla
  • Jagitial RuralMetpalli
  • RaikalMallapur
  • SarangapurIbrahimpatnam
  • BeerpurMedipalli
  • DharmapuriKathlapur
  • Buggaram 
  • Pegadapalli 
  • Gollapalli 
  • Mallial 
  • Kodimial 
  • Velgatur 

Jangaon district:

Jangaon district in the Indian state of Telangana with headquarters located at Jangaon. It was a part of the Warangal & Nalgonda district before re-organisation of districts in the state.

There are 13 mandals Jangaon District and they are:

  • BachannapetaChilpur
  • DevaruppalaZaffergadh
  • GundalaKodakandla
  • JangaonPalakurthi
  • LingalaghanpurStation Ghanpur
  • Narmetta 
  • Raghunathapalle 
  • Tarigoppula 

Jayashankar Bhupalpally

Jayashankar Bhupalapally district is a district in the Indian Telangana state. The district headquarters are located at Bhupalpalle. Formerly, it was a part of the Warangal district, prior to the re-organisation of districts in the Telangana state.

The district is sub-divided into 20 mandals and they are as follow:

  • BhupalpallyMahamutharam
  • Ghanpur (Mulug)Mulug
  • RegondaVenkatapur
  • MogullapallyGovindaraopet
  • ChityalTadvai
  • Tekumatla (New)Eturunagaram
  • MalhalraoKannaigudem (New)
  • KataramMangapet
  • MahadevpurVenkatapuram
  • Palimela (New)Wajedu


Karimnagar is a district in northern Telangana state, India. Karimnagar is the biggest city and is the district headquarters. The district has two municipal corporations at Karimnagar and Ramagundam (Telangana State major power production plant / City of Energy). Formerly it was known as Elagandala later got renamed by Nizams to Karimnagar. It is bounded by north Adilabad District, on south Warangal district, in the southwest Medak District and on west Nizamabad District.

There are 16 mandals in Karimnagar district and they are:

  • KothapalliVeenavanka
  • KarimanagarV.Saidapur
  • Karimnagar (rural)Sankarapatnam
  • ManakondurHuzurabad
  • TimmapurJammikunta
  • Vadlur-BegumpetEllandakunta
  • Gangadhar 
  • Ramadugu 
  • Choppadandi 
  • Chigurumamidi 

Places to visit:

  • Vemulawada (Vemulavada)
  • Dharmapuri Temple
  • Kondagattu Temple
  • Kaleshwaram Temple
  • Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary


Khammam is a district in Telangana state with Khammam as district Headquarters.

There are 41 Mandals in Khammam district and they are:

  • BonakalKalluru
  • ChinthakaniThallada
  • RaghunathapalemEnkuru
  • Khammam (rural)Penuballi
  • KhammamSathupally
  • KonijerlaVemsoor
  • Kusumanchi 
  • Madhira 
  • Mudigonda 
  • Nelakondapalli 
  • Kamepalli 
  • Singareni 
  • Thirumalayapalem 
  • Wyra 
  • Yerrupalem 

Places to visit:

  • Khammam Fort
  • Narasimhaswami temple
  • Lakaram lake
  • Kinnerasani Wild life sanctuary


Mahabubnagar or Mahboobnagar district was formerly known as Rukmammapet and Palamoor, is a District of Telangana state.

There are 64 Mandals in Mahbubnagar district and they are:

  • AchampetKondurg
  • AddakalKosgi
  • AlampurKothakota
  • AmangalKothur
  • AmrabadLingal
  • AtmakurMaddur
  • BalanagarMadgul
  • BalmoorMaganoor
  • BhoothpurMahabubnagar
  • BijinapallyMakthal
  • BomraspetMaldakal
  • C.C.kuntaManopad
  • DamaragiddaMidjil
  • DaroorNagarkurnool
  • DevarkadraNarayanpet
  • DhanwadaNarva
  • DoulatabadNawabpet
  • FarooqnagarPangal
  • GadwalPebbair
  • GattuPeddakothapally
  • GhanpurPeddamandadi
  • GopalpetTadur
  • HanwadaTalakondapally
  • IeezaTelkapally
  • ItikyalThimmajipet
  • JadcherlaUppununthala
  • KalwakurthyUtkoor
  • KeshampetVangoor
  • KodairVeldanda
  • KodangalWaddepally
  • KoilkondaWanaparthy
  • KollapurWeepangandla

Places to visit:

  • The biggest banayan tree (Pillalamarri)


Mancherial district is a district located in the northern region of the Indian Telangana State. The District is carved out of erstwhile Adilabad District. The district headquarters located at Mancherial Town.

There are 18 Mandals in district and they are:

  • ChennurDandepally
  • JaipurJannaram
  • Bheemaram (new)Kasipet
  • KotapallyBellampally
  • LuxettipetVemanpally
  • MancherialNennel
  • Naspur (new)Tandur
  • Hajipur (new)Bheemini
  • MandamarriKannepally (new)

Important Places:

  • Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary


Medak is a district located in the state of Telangana, with headquarters located at Medak.

There are 20 Mandals in Medak district and they are:

  • MedakRegodu
  • NarsapurSankarampeta
  • TupranSivampeta
  • RamayampetaTekmal
  • AlladurgChegunta
  • ChilpchedEldurthi
  • HavelighanpurManoharabad
  • KoudipalliNarsingi
  • KulcharamNizampeta
  • PapannapetaYeldurthy

Places to visit:

  • Medak Fort
  • Edupayala Temple
  • Sri Uma Naga Lingeshwara Temple
  • Medak Cathedral Church


Medchal–Malkajgiri is a district located in the Telangana State of India. The District is carved out of erstwhile Adilabad District. The district headquarters located at Medchal.

The district comprises of 14 Mandals and they are:

  • AlwalGhatkesar
  • BachupallyKapra
  • BalanagarKeesara
  • Dundigal GandimaisammaMedchal
  • KukatpallyMedipally
  • MalkajgiriShamirpet
  • QuthbullapurUppal


Nalgonda is the district in the Telangana state of India and headquarters located at Nalgonda.

There are 31 mandals in Nalgonda district and they are:

  • ChandurDameracherlaChandampet
  • ChityalMiryalagudaChintapally
  • KanagalVemulapallyDevarakonda
  • KattangurHaaliyaGundlapally
  • GurrampodeNidamanurGurrampood
  • MunugodePeddavooraKonda Mallepally
  • NakrekalTripuraramNampally
  • NalgondaMadugulapallyMarriguda
  • NarayanapurThirumalagiri (Sagar)Pedda Adiserla Pally
  • NarketpallyAdavi DevulapallyNeredu Gomma
  • Shaligowraram 
  • Thipparthy  
  • Kethepally  

Places to visit:

  • Nagarjuna Sagar
  • Mattapalli
  • Nandikonda
  • Panagal
  • Nagulapahad


Nizamabad District is the district of Telangana state and headquarters located at Nizamabad.

There are 26 mandals in Nizamabad district and they are:

  • ArmoorBodhanNizamabad (South)
  • AloorYedapallyNizamabad (North)
  • BalkondaRenjalNizamabad Rural
  • MendoraKotagiriMugpal
  • Kammar palleVarniDichpally
  • VelpurRudroorDarpally
  • Morthad Indalwai
  • Bheemgal Jakranpally
  • Makloor Sirikonda
  • Nandipet Navipet

Places to visit:

  • Alisagar
  • Badapahad Dargah
  • Sarangpur Hanuman Temple
  • Pocharam Lake
  • Sri Rama Sagar Project Dam

Ranga Reddy District:

Ranga Reddy district is one of the 31 districts in Telangana state and headquarters are located at Shamshabad. The district name was formed after the former deputy chief minister of the united state of Andhra Pradesh, K.V.Ranga Reddy.

There are 27 mandals in Ranga Reddy district and they are:

  • ChevellaAbdullapurametAmangalGandipetChowderguda
  • MoinabadHayathnagarBalapurRajendranagarFarooqnagar
  • ShahbadIbrahimpatnamKandukurSerilingampallyKeshampeta
  • ShankarpalleMadgurKadthalShamshabadKondurg
  •  ManchalMaheswaram Kothur
  •  YacharamTalakondapalle Nandigama
  •   Saroornagar  

Sangareddy district:

Sangareddy (formerly Sangareddypeta) is the district in Telangana State with headquarters located at Sangareddy.

The district was sub-divided into 26 mandals and they are as follow:

  • AmeenpurKalher
  • AndoleKangti
  • GummadidalaManoor
  • HathnooraNagilgidda
  • JinnaramNarayankhed
  • KandiSirgapoor
  • KondapurJharasangam
  • MunipallyKohir
  • PatancheruMogudampally
  • PulkalNyalkal
  • RamchandrapuramRaikode
  • SadasivpetSangareddy
  • SangareddyZahirabad
  • Vatpally 

Siddipet district:

Siddipet is the district of indian state of Telangana with headquarters located at Siddipet.

There are 22 mandals in district and they are:

  • Siddipet (Urban)Jagdevpur
  • Siddipet (Rural)Kondapak
  • NangnoorMulug
  • ChinnakodurMarkook
  • ThogutaWargal
  • DoultabadRaipole
  • MirdoddiHusnabad
  • DubbakAkkannapet
  • CherialKoheda
  • KomuravelliBejjanki
  • GajwelMaddur

Suryapet district:

Suryapet is a district Telangana state of india. It was a part of Nalgonda district prior to re-organisation of districts in the state. Its headquarters located at Suryapet.

The district comprises of 23 mandals as follows:

  • Athmakur (S)Maddirala
  • ChivvemlaPalakeedu
  • MotheyChilkur
  • JajireddygudemHuzurnagar
  • NuthankalKodad
  • PenpahadMattampally
  • SuryapetMellachervu
  • ThirumalagiriMunagala
  • ThungathurthyNadigudem
  • GaridepallyAnanthagiri
  • NeredcherlaMallareddygudem
  • Nagaram 

Vikarabad district:

Vikarabad is a district in the Telangana state with the headquarters located at Vikarabad. It was a part of Ranga Reddy district before the re-organisation of districts in the Telangana state.

There are 18 mandals in district and they are:

  • BantwaramMarpalle
  • BasheerabadMominpet
  • BommaraspetNawabpet
  • DharurParigi
  • DomaPeddemul
  • DoulthabadPudur
  • KodangalTandur
  • KotepallyVikarabad
  • KulkacherlaYelal

Wanaparthy district:

Wanaparthy is the district of Telangana state of India. Its headquarters located at Wanaparthy. It was a previously part of Mahabubnagar district prior to re-organisation of districts in the state.

There are 14 mandals in Wanaparthy district and they are

  • AmarachinthaPangal
  • AtmakurPebbair
  • ChinnambaviPeddamandadi
  • GhanpurRevally
  • GopalpetaSrirangapur
  • KothakotaVeepanagandla
  • MadanapurWanaparthy

Warangal Rural:

Warangal Rural district is a district of Telangana state, and its headquaters located at Warangal.

There are 15 mandals in Warangal district and they are:

  • AtmakurChennaraopet
  • DameraDuggondi
  • GeesugondaKhanapur
  • ParkalNarsampet
  • ParvathagiriNallabelly
  • RayaparthyNekkonda
  • Sangem 
  • Shayampet 
  • Wardhannapet 

Places to Visit:
  • Ramappa Temple (Ramalingeswara temple)
  • Pakhal Lake
  • Medaram (Sammakka & Saralamma temple)

Warangal Urban:

Warangal Urban district is a district of Telangana state, and its headquaters located at Warangal.

There are 11 mandals and they are:

  • Bheemadevarpalli
  • Dharmasagar
  • Elkathurthy
  • Inavole
  • Hanamkonda
  • Hasanparthy
  • Kamalapur
  • Kazipet
  • Khila Warangal
  • Velair
  • Warangal

Important Places:

  • Warangal Fort
  • Bhadrakali Temple
  • Thousand Pillar Temple
  • Kakatiya Rock Garden.
  • Kakatiya Musical Garden.
  • Ramappa Lake.

Yadadri Bhuvanagiri:

Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district is a district in the Indian Telangana State with administrative headquarters is located at Bhongir.

There are 16 mandals in the district and they are:

  • AddaguduruB. Pochampally
  • AlairChoutuppal
  • Atmakur (M)Narayanpur
  • BibinagarRamannapet
  • BhongirValigonda
  • Bommalaramaram 
  • Motakondur 
  • Mothkur 
  • Rajapet 
  • Turkapally 
  • Yadagirigutta 

Important places:

  • Yadagirigutta
  • Bhongir fort
  • Kolanupaka Jain Mandir

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Dear Suresh, I am pleased to inform you that like the way you provided Vaastu 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 Vaastu expert, I really appreciate your dedication by building and maintaining a very informative Vaastu 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

The website Subhavaastu.com is very informative.Sureshji, the founder of this website is according to me a great ¨human who has vast knowledge in vastushastra and his kindness to his clients are appreciated. He listens to his clients problems patiently and gives the appropriate remedies. His main motto is good service and he responses as quick as possible. I spoke to Sureshji as a stranger only, but after one phone call itself , I started feeling that he is a caring well wisher for whoever asks his help. He is a genuine person. He doesn't force you to spend money in the name of vasthushastra, he explains clearly where the problem is and tries to give very easy changes to have a peaceful life. Sathya Priya - Switzerland

We are tech professionals and working in USA. After a year long search we brought the house. After buying the house I started looking into vaastu consultant who can help me evaluating the house. I came across Subhavaastu website which has lot of vaastu information. I contacted Mr.Suresh and requested him to help with our house vastu. It has been a great pleasure 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 vaastu 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 vaastu 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 vaastu - Padma - Boston - USA

I have consulted SubhaVaastu (Suresh Gaaru) 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 Subhavaastu. He is very knowledgeable about vaastu 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 Vaastu 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 vaastu (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


We had been rendering free vastu services to various sections of society, to whom we felt compelled to reach as a gesture of our commitment to the society. In continuation of this we wish to serve the farming community as a whole. We do understand that the farming community may not be computer savvy, but in the ever widening society of ours where knowledge is expanding in every conceivable area we are sure the farming community is not very far off from this campaign. Somehow it appears that the farming community has not received the due attention it deserves and we have sidestepped in this regard. We had been only pampering in lofty ideas and have not gone to the ground realities, we are happy in praising them a lot, but apparently they do not fit in our modern scheme of thought for emancipation. This is the tragedy in real terms. Farming community should be addressed genuinely. Merely sloganeering virtues is not adequate. Vastu is not confined only to premises where structures/buildings etc are erected. It is relevant for all areas used by the human beings not necessarily with habitation alone. The orientation of the plot or farm land vis a vis the regular 8 directions can greatly influence the crops and hence the prosperity of the farmer. We don’t mean to sell off portions of land not in conformity with vastu principles. On the other hand by skilfully parceling the crop area into distinct entities, it is possible to reduce the malevolence of the plot shape. It is usual for the farm land to be parceled as a matter of convenience. It is also relevant to see the flow of water for irrigation so that right energy input is also available along with other inputs such as fertilizers, pesticides water etc. Keeping all these in view we propose to render free services to farmers for a period of about 7 weeks, i.e., from 9th June to 31st July 2017. Farming community is the backbone of any Nation. When India became independent we were gifted with frequent famines in some part of the other of the country in every year. We were importing food grains. The country took the right decisions in alleviating the miseries of the farming community to a significant extent, so that farm production would increase. Infact if did happen. The farmer today is better off than what he was when the country became independent. Yet, lot more still needs to be done. Whereas a doctor desires his son to be a doctor, a Politician wishes his children to be a politician, a farmer DOES NOT WANT HIS CHILDREN TO DEPEND ON FARMING, this is the tragic situation, it is for this reason, we are giving a large window of opportunity so that they may avail the services freely. We are sure that this section of society would amply be compensated. If you my dear visitor are not a farmer do take the trouble of giving this information to those who may be in need of this service. This will be your tribute in improving the lot of farming community which has been neglected so long by all of us. Thanking you. Team – SubhaVaastu.com. More details available at Free Vastu Services page.

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Days are changing, most of us sitting before FaceBook, WhatsAPP, Twitter, YouTube and paying attention to foreign websites, may be this would be the reason people does not have patience, Most of them forgotten our/their cultures, traditions, methods, systems and TIME. Just passing days by observing videos, after observing all these worst scenario in our society we thought to introduce some attractive devotional wallpapers. Let us experience our ancient and traditional Devotional Wallpapers

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Joke Of the Day

Husband : I lost my wife, she went shopping & hasn't come back yet.
Inspector : What is her height?
Husband : I never checked.
Inspector : Slim or healthy?.
Husband : Not slim, can be healthy.
Inspector : Colour of eyes?
Husband : Sorry, Never noticed.
Inspector : Colour of hair?
Husband : Changes according to season.
Inspector : What was she wearing?
Husband : Not sure whether it was a dress or a suit.
Inspector : Was she driving?
Husband yes.
Inspector : colour of the car?
Husband : Black Audi A8 with supercharged 3.0 litre V6 engine generating 333 horse power teamed with an eight-speed tiptronic automatic transmission with manual mode. And it has full LED headlights, which use light emitting diodes for all light functions and has a very thin scratch on the front left door and then the husband started crying...
Inspector: Don't worry sir, we will find your car.

Vastu Tip of the Day

North extension enriches with good results, on the same way, the previous exact East gates falls into Southeast after this North extension. Many residents thought extending their home towards North is auspicious and on war foot basis they bought the North plot when neighbor wish to sell it. Undoubtedly we are also supporting this point of North extension is a favorable to the residents, on the other hand, resident has to keep an eye on MAIN DOOR, WATER SUMP, MAIN GATE etc. Residents should cautious when they are doing extension to their existing home. For more Vastu Tips : https://www.subhavaastu.com/daily-vaastu-tips.html