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Title: APPLICATION OF TEN DIRECTIONS IN VASTU CONCEPTS CASE STUDIES
Researcher: Vinod P.K
Guide(s): Ouseph P.V
Keywords: Architecture
Paand#956;cabh£ta and VastupuruÀama ala
Ten Directions in Vastu
Vastusastra
Vastuvidya
University: Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: V¡stu can be simply defined as the manifestation in substances or object newlineIt is originated from the Atharvaveda and developed through the various newlineresearches taken by the sages by the way of space and form This is with newlinerespect to temple sculptures of religious nature and secular sculptures of newlineliterary and ethical value coupled with new special concepts new forms newlineand motifs Otherwise it is the suitable design principle of the entity for the newlinecomfort of all organisms The substances are two in nature either moveable newlineor stable The proper preparation of this traditional science for human newlinebeings is the best of its result There are wide branches to V¡stu¿¡stra and newlineits principles are used for perfect living In homes temples pictures newlinesculpture etc The designs and arrangements through the principles of V¡stu newlinegive better space and comfort and long life to all Directions or Dik have newlinean important role in the designing principles of V¡stu¿¡stra Like JyotiAa the newlineface of Veda directions are the face of V¡stu The consideration of newline3 newlinedirections is called as the yoni ni aya in V¡stu There are eight types of newlineyonis like Dwaja Dh£ma etc this directional calculation system or analysis newlineis arrived from Veda newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/160692
Appears in Departments:Department of Vastuvidya

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