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  Vaastu for Dharamshala
"Dharamshala" (Devanagari: धर्मशाला; ITRANS: Dharmashaalaa; IAST: Dharmaśālā) is a Hindi word (derived from Sanskrit) that is a compound of dharma (धर्म) and shālā (शाला). An approximate translation into English would be 'spiritual dwelling' or, more loosely, 'sanctuary'. Rendering a precise literal translation into English is problematic due to the vast and conceptually rich semantic field of the word dharma.

In common Hindi usage, the word dharamshala refers to a shelter or rest house for spiritual pilgrims. Traditionally, such dharamshalas (pilgrims' rest houses) were commonly constructed near pilgrimage destinations (often located in remote areas) to give visitors a place to sleep for the night. When the first permanent settlement was created in the place now called Dharamshala, there was already one such pilgrims' rest house existing on the site, and the settlement took its name from that dharamshala.

Dharamshala is generally a structure used for hospitality in different occasions. Dharamshala’s are constructed as a part of or adjacent to temples or other spiritual places to rest people hailing for different purposes. Precisely dharamshala’s are resting place for pilgrims and must be constructed in such a way that gives pilgrims sound rest and peace of mind. Vastu for dharamshala is important because being a part of a spiritual place it an obligation to make it Vastu complaint. Some basic Vastu tips for Dharamshala are as follows:

  • Entrance of Dharamshala must be in Eastern side having huge entrance door.
  • Dharamshala must be constructed in such a way that people resting or sitting their face North or East.
  • Toilets should always be constructed in North-west or Western side of dharamshala but make sure it’s not adjacent to temple wall.
  • Large windows in dharamshala must be given on Eastern side.
  • If there are separate rooms in dharamshala then they must be constructed on North-west side.
  • North-eastern side should be kept open and empty to maintain the flow of energies or worship is ideal in this place.
  • Owner of dharamshala must own South-western room.
  • Under-water tank in dharamshala must be constructed in North-east and over-head tank in South-west only.
  • Open garden area is ideal in North-eastern zone.

Vastu Consultation of Dharamshala involves a thorough analysis:

  • The ideal place for the construction of the dharamshala.
  • The direction and placement of main entrance
  • The direction and placement of the windows
  • The direction and placement of the rooms
  • The direction and placement of the toilets
  • The direction and placement of the meditation room
  • The direction and placement of the stairs
  • The direction and placement of the overhead tank
  • The direction and placement of the underground tank
  • The direction and placement of the garden
  • The direction and placement of the boring

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