Case Study-3, Sale of Bungalow Projectadmin2023-09-16T11:37:26+05:30
Case Study-3, Sale of Bungalow Project at Lonavala
Vastu Consultation Lonavala
Our team of experts conducted a thorough analysis of the bungalow in Lonavala that our client was interested in purchasing.
At Lonavala, it was an under-construction residential project of 62 units consisting of 2 bhk and 3 bhk row houses. My client was the first customer who was very eager to finalize the deal on that day. A row house selected by my client was not adhering to the Vastu principles. There were many defects and hence difficult to correct easily. It was rather falling below 50% of the total Vastu strength. As a result, we could not approve the space according to Vastu principles.
During the Vastu consultation Lonavala, a project manager asked us – if we could check Vastu for the entire project. A Visible defect- a water body at the center of the project was the main factor for the slow progress of the project. We have advised them to shift the swimming pool (Vastu element water) towards the northeast zone of the plot.
The water element in the northeast zone creates a positive sense of calm, purity, and relaxation in any space. The builder’s prompt action resulted in the swift sale of his entire project in just one month. This success can be attributed to the bungalow’s prime location in Lonavala, as well as its adherence to Vastu principles, which attracted buyers seeking a professionally designed and harmonious living space. This builder is now a permanent Vastu believer and also consults for his new projects.
When you make a small change in your approach, you can see the impact right away. It’s important to remember that even minor adjustments can lead to significant outcomes.
A plot for a bungalow, or villa in the Lonavala
When it comes to the principles of Vastu, one important factor to consider is the shape of the site. The shape of the site plays a crucial role in determining the future of the property. It is believed that certain shapes are more auspicious and conducive to positive energy flow than others. For example, square or rectangular-shaped sites are considered ideal as they represent stability and balance. On the other hand, irregularly shaped sites can create imbalances and hinder the flow of energy.
Vastu finding about the above plot”-
A plot was surrounded by hills towards the north and west. A plot with a hill towards the north, following the principles of Vastu, is considered highly inauspicious. In Vastu Shastra, the north direction is associated with wealth and prosperity. When a hill is present in this direction, it blocks the positive energy flow and restricts the abundance in the lives of the inhabitants.
A plot has an extension towards the southeast. When it comes to Vastu, the orientation and layout of a plot can have a significant impact on the energy flow and overall harmony of a space. A southeast plot extension, however, is often considered unfavorable in Vastu principles. This is because the southeast direction is associated with fire energy, which can clash with the positive energies that are typically encouraged in vastu. Therefore, it is important to be mindful of the potential negative effects that a southeast plot extension can have on the overall balance and well-being of a space.
The construction of the villa was planned in the southeast zone of the plot. In Vastu Shastra, the southeast quadrant holds great significance as it represents the element of fire. When buildings are situated in this area, they are metaphorically built on the essence of fire itself. Fire diminishes the need for human exertion and leads to a squandering of time.
Make a plot in a rectangular shape with a boundary. Leave extra space for the garden with the creation of a separate plot.
Create a huge water body in the northeast to balance the defects of the hill towards the north.
Move the villa more towards the southwest leaving maximum space towards the north and east.
Do follow Vastu’s suggestions on external and internal planning from the Vastu expert.
About Lonavala: Lonavala is a hill station surrounded by green valleys in western India near Mumbai. The Karla Caves and the Bhaja Caves are ancient Buddhist shrines carved out of rock. They feature massive pillars and intricate relief sculptures. South of the Bhaja Caves sits the imposing Lohagad Fort, with its 4 gates. West of here is Bhushi Dam, where water overflows onto a set of steps during the rainy season.