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Vaastu Shastra Pooja Room:In this image one dais or a platform was constructed at East direction area, this platform is using to keep God Idols on it for prayers. Generally, this may not be good, as the platform was constructed towards East direction. If this is very lesser weight and smaller one then no problem, for example, if it was only 8 inches height and 24 inches length and 12 inches width then no problem, if it was 2 feet height and occupied lots of places then the problem arises.
The problems in the sense is where is the pooja room, in which location it was constructed etc has to be counted for evaluation.
We understand resident problems, in case if residents require to keep God idols only towards East, then they may use the wooden open platform which is very lesser in weight and open to see the below of that platform, it's just like a stool type or small bench etc.
In such case, God will be facing towards West direction and residents will be facing towards East direction.
No problem at all. Please note that should be check in which location Pooja room came, this would be count. If Pooja room came towards Southwest direction then it won't give rich results.
Here the dais constructed towards West direction. Now Lord Shiva, placed towards West direction side, in the above image dais constructed towards East direction side, here the dais constructed towards West direction, so we can happily construct the dais at West facing or West direction at pooja room, here god face is towards Eastern direction and residents face is towards West direction while doing pooja, this is said to be good position, we should not forget one thing, where is this raised platform room, if this room is towards Northeast facing house vastu, then again its not recommended to have the highly raised structure platform towards West too.
Because for the entire house this room came towards Northeast only, though the raised platform towards West may be good, anyway we should be careful once we deal with Vastu Shastra logical principles.
Without logic there is nothing belongs to Science. Once we approach one of the best vastu consultant he will guide you the rest, only the problem is finding him is the biggest challenge now.
He should have all qualities, like observation capacity, resolution capabilities, patience, honest, hard work, intelligence, friendly approach etc.
In this image the dais is an independent one, its not touching the East wall (compound wall), now you may observe the above images and this image, in above images the raised construction touched the wall, but here it was not touched the wall. Touching the wall towards West may be good, touching the wall towards East is not good, so following of the first image method is may not be good. Here the dais is being made with wood(FYI, it may not be clearly shown with wood, but please treat it as wood), not constructed with mud, bricks, cement, it is also acceptable, it does not create weight issues anyway.
It's not a solid one as constructed with mud, cement or bricks. So no weight is coming towards East direction, selecting the Wooden stool or bench type is recommended, you may keep it towards West or East directions, no issues at all.
Some residents may not have the interest to keep God Idols on the wooden stool, in such case, they select Mandahasam, which you may clearly observe in next link, click the below learn more button link which shows with the right arrow below.
( Here is a Story on Ganga and Shiva and our mythology):- Gangotri is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. It is a Hindu pilgrim town on the banks of the river Bhagirathi. It is on the Greater Himalayan Range, at a height of 3,042 m.
The picturesque pilgrimage in the hinterlands of the Himalayas is the most sacred spot where Ganga, the stream of life, touched the earth for the first time.
According to mythology, Goddess Ganga – the daughter of heaven, manifested herself in the form of a river to absolve the sins of King Bhagirath’s predecessors, following his severe penance of several centuries. Lord Shiva received her into his matted locks to minimize the immense impact of her fall. She came to be called Bhagirathi at her legendary source.
According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Ganga – the daughter of heaven, took the form of a river to absolve the sins of King Bhagirath’s predecessors, following his severe penance of several centuries. Lord Shiva received Ganga into his matted locks to minimize the impact of her fall.
According to this legend, King Sagar, after slaying, the demons on earth decided to stage in Ashwamegh Yagya as a proclamation of his supremacy.
The horse which was to be taken on an uninterrupted journey around the earth was to be accompanied by the King’s 60,000 sons born to Queen Sumati and one son Asmanjas born of the second queen Kesani.
Indra, supreme ruler of the gods feared that he might be deprived of his celestial throne if the ‘Yagya’ (worship with fire) succeeded and then took away the horse and tied it to the ashram of Sage Kapil, who was then in deep meditation. The sons of the King Sagar searched for the horse and finally found it tied near the meditating sage.
Sixty thousand angry sons of King Sagar stormed the ashram of sage Kapil. When he opened his eyes, 60,000 sons had perished by the curse of sage Kapil.
Bhagirath, the grandson of King Sagar, is believed to have meditated to bring down the Ganga to cleanse the ashes of his ancestors and liberate their souls, granting them salvation or Moksha. The Bhagirathi ‘Shila’ is located near the temple of Ganga where the holy Ganga first descended on earth from heaven.
Uttarkashi ( 99 km) – An important pilgrimage center, situated at an elevation of 1,150 mts. above sea level on the bank of river Bhagirathi.
Some of the important temples worth visiting are – Vishwanath temple, Ekadash Rudra temple, Gyaneshwar temple and Kuteti Devi Temple.
Nearby is the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering. Every year, during the ‘Magh Mela’ ( January 14 ), people visit Uttarkashi to take a holy dip in Bhagirathi along with the image of their village deity
Kedar Tal ( 18 km) – An enchanting lake, 4425 mts. above sea level against the splendid backdrop of mighty Thalaiyasagar peak. Accessible through a rough mountain trail, it is the base camp for trekking to surrounding peaks. The trek to Kedartal needs a local guide.
Gaumukh ( 18 km)- The snout of the Gangotri Glacier and the source of the Bhagirathi river. Pilgrims trek upto the sacred spot on foot or on ponies to take a holy dip in the ice-cold water.)
Is it OK to Place bathroom opposite to Pooja Room, but the Bathroom door is not opposite to Pooja Room... please give some suggestions - BhagyaLakshmi - Bangalore city - Karnataka - India.
Vastu shastra says many things for humans happy life with harmony. If residents have more spacious homes then they can easily follow the entire principles of vastu shastra. Nowadays everybody acknowledges that there is a lack of space and people are living in tiny home (Home vastu) / Flats.
With the available area of space, we have to accommodate everything. As per your question its, not a problem. You may continue with the same. If there is possible then change this system of Toilet exactly opposite to Pooja room. As you already told that toilet door is not exactly opposite to the pooja room, then no need to worry.
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