Can Vastu be associated with astrology? If so, how?
What is the reason for the difference in the standard of living in spite of having the same map and direction on different floors of the society?
The reason for Vastu’s connection with astrology: The relationship between Vastu Shastra and Astrology is very deep and unbreakable. Both are complementary to each other. Astrology is a Vedanga, then Vastu is Upveda. That is, Vastu is an important part of Vedic astrology. Just as everything can be told about a man on the basis of his horoscope (which is the foundation of a person), similarly looking at the structure and internal arrangement of his house (which comes under Vastu), he can live in it. It can assess the whole family. Vaastu Shastra, in fact, is an art of sitting in harmony with nature and benefiting from the energy pervaded in it. Astrology is a science-based on horoscopes.
The horoscope in the horoscope is considered to be the first direction, whose lord is the Sun planet. The seventh house tells the west direction, whose lord planet is Saturn. Similarly, the fourth and tenth houses of the horoscope signify the north and south direction respectively, whose lord planets are Mercury and Mars respectively.
In addition to the planets lord of these directions, the gods of the four directions – East, West, North, and South are Indra, Varuna, Kubera and Yama (Kaal) respectively. Apart from these four directions, there are Upadisha or Vidisha or Angle Ishaan (north-east), Vyavya (north-west), Narnayya (south-west) and Agnayya (south-east), which are 2 and 3, 5 respectively of the horoscope. And 6, 8 and 9 and 11 and 12 are associated with Bhava, their lord planets and deities are Guru and Shiva, Chandra and Pawan (air) Dev, Rahu-Ketu and Renaitya and Venus and Agnidev respectively. Vyavya (north-west) and Agnay (south-east), which are on cross diagonal, are also called wind angle and fire angle respectively.
The center of the horoscope, which is called the place of fire or Brahma, is associated with its god ‘Brahma’ and the element ‘sky’. The rest of the four elements – water, air, earth (land) and fire, are connected to the north, north, north and east angles respectively. Vastu gives positive thinking to man. Vastu and astrology are governed by the power of the planets and their influence, astrology is based on the Navagraha, the 12 zodiacs, and the 27 panakshatras, and all of these zodiac signs have the element of one of the five elements.
These zodiac signs are also related to the directions. In which direction does the position of the planets in the horoscope indicate the person to be? Vastu Shastra mentions the auspicious and inauspicious fruits of high and low land in different directions in Table 1. By studying the table, it is known that despite having the same map and direction, the difference in the standard of living comes because the fourth house, that is, the factors of building Mars and the position of Saturn and other planets, all vary in the horoscope.
If the name of the city or locality is 2, 5, 9, 10 or 11th by the name of the person, then if auspicious, 1 and 7, then the enemy is 4, 8 or 12, if the disease is 3, 6, then the disease factor should be understood. If the city is not auspicious, then the locality in which the building is, should be auspicious. If both the city and the mohalla are auspicious then it is best. If the amount of a person or city is 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 or 12th from the name of the person, then it is inauspicious, which is given in Table no. Shown in 2.
If the city or city is not auspicious for anyone, then consider the person with the amount of the name and the locality. If Mohalla is auspicious, then one should reside there. First of all the city-locality and the class of the person’s name, the letter of the square, the square, the square number and the direction of the square should be found.
The table of these five is as follows. Usually, doubling the square number of a person and adding the square number of the city to it divided by 8, the remaining number will be the Kakini number of the person. In this way, doubling the square number of the city and adding it to the class number of the person divided by 8, the remaining number will be the Kakini number of the city. If the Kakini number of the person from the city is more profitable, if the Kakini number of the person from the city is less then the city will be harmful and if the Kakini number of the city and the person is even, then the place of the city will be equal (neither profit nor loss).