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Vastu for Schools, Colleges and Educational Institutions

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For any Educational institution. Vastu principles should be followed correctly for faster progress of the students, peaceful ambiance and better professionalism and goodwill.

For schools, colleges and other educational institutes, here are some basic Vastu principles:

  • Educational institution should be built in Northeast or East entrance.
  • Classrooms should have entrance in East in Blackboards in West.
  • Teacher’s desk or table should be some level above from the ground.
  • No student should sit under any beam.
  • Toilets should be built in Northwest direction. And staffrooms should also be in the Northwest zone.
  • Meeting rooms must be in North with East facing doors.
  • Owner or principal's office must be constructed in South-west or South direction only so that she/he can sit facing North direction.
  • Open playgrounds should be in Eastern zone. And reception and cashier should be placed in the Eastern or Northern zones.
  • Temple or Prayer Hall must be in Northeast direction
  • Underground water tank should be placed in North-East or North zone
  • Students should face East or North while studying and classrooms should have larger windows in Northern or Eastern walls.
  • The Admin block should be in the North or East direction.
  • Library can be made in Western zone.

 

 

 

 

 

posted Jun 5 by Garima Rima

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