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Ganesha in Vastu - Part 2

September 3rd 2012 10:31
Category: Vastu
Lord Ganesha commonly known as remover of obstacles and hindrances and Lord of prosperity is available in figurines and statues made up of various materials. Silver, Copper, wood, clay, porcelain, brass and white metal are few such materials in which Ganesha statues are available. Placing Ganesha idol made of a particular material in a particular direction enriches many more benefits as per Vastu. Here I am writing about the materials of Lord Ganesha idol and its favorable direction according to Vastu.
Ganesha in Vastu


Please note that this advice is applicable to Ganesha figurines placed inside the house and not necessarily for those placed on both sides of entrance or those placed in the Pooja. This advice is only applicable for Ganesha idols placed as a decor.

Silver Ganesha

Silver Ganesha can be placed at Southeast, West and Northwest direction. Avoid placing in South and Southwest direction.

Copper Ganesha

East and South direction are best to place copper Ganesha. Southeast and northwest are not recommeded to place copper Ganesha.

Wood Ganesha

Beneficial direction for wooden Ganesha is North, North-east and East.
Ganesha in Vastu
Do not place wooden idol in South east direction.


Clay Ganesha

Ganesha made up of clay or terracotta can be placed at South-west direction. Never place clay Ganesha in West and North directions.

Porcelain or Raisin Ganesha

Porcelain Ganesha can be placed at East, southeast and northwest direction. Avoid placing in North direction.

White Metal Ganesha

White Metal Ganesha can be placed at East of South east direction and
west direction. It should not be placed in Northeast and Northwest direction.

Brass Ganesha

East, South and west directions are beneficial to place brass Ganesha. Northeast and North are directions best avoided to place such Ganesha.

Note:

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For Part 1 of this topic please read here - Ganesha in Vastu


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Comment by Brahma

February 25th 2013 14:21
I have placed the Brass metal ganesha in east side ( means back side is east) facing west and one Ganesha Photo palced facing south, and my puja mandir which is made of wood/ plywood where i have placed ganesha and Laxmi murty/ Idol of clay facing south, should I change the direction as I am facing trouble in my life not in position to build wealth and health.
So please Advice for the ........

Comment by MaaUpma

February 26th 2013 11:00
Dear Brahma

You can change the directions and see the results.

Let me tell you that this may not be the only reason for the troubles and there may other Vastu and Astrology factors involved, hence changing the directions of idols may not improve the situation.

What may be required a proper analysis of horoscope and Vastu of the house.

Please write me an email if you are interested. It is a paid service.



Ma Upma Shree

Comment by G M T Saai Kumaar

June 12th 2013 10:57
"Similarly, when you install an idol or painting in the house, place it next to an external wall and not next to a wall that separates two rooms of the house."

Madam, pl elaborate on above statement for more clarity. what is meant by "next to external wall and not next to..."

Comment by MaaUpma

June 18th 2013 10:33
Dear Saai Kumaar

I did not find the statement in this article.

Still what it means is as follows:

"When you stand at the center of the house and see a direction, in any direction there will be an outermost wall, place the Ganesha idol on the inner side of the outermost wall"

Hope that clarifies



Ma Upma Shree

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