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A business premise is much different from a residential building. The door of a residence opens inside while the door of a shop opens outside or upwards. A roller shutter fixed at the entry of any room normally indicates that it is being used for commercial purposes. A shutter, which is larger in size than a common door, makes it lion faced (sher mukhi). On the contrary, a simple small door opening inside makes the premises cow faced (gau mukhi). A larger opening not only invites more clients and more shoppers, it also advertises your good- and ser vices as well. A smaller door, on the contrary, is good for residential premises as it helps in maintaining privacy, safety, security and sanctity of the house and its inhabitants.
Residence is mainly meant for sleeping at night. The second most important activity in the household is cooking and it should be performed only during the daytime. For this purpose, south-east is considered the best direction. Likewise, the daytime activities - the business activities - are best done in the premises facing south-east. This area is called the "Wealth Zone" in Feng Shui, the Chinese equivalent of the Indian Vaastu Shastra. Corporate Vaastu: Applied Indian Architecture for Righteous Earning offers an introduction to the principles of business Vaastu - including the vaastu of offices, shopping malls, factories, educational and religious premises, resorts, housing societies, modern apartments, pent houses, service apartments, agricultural land and farmhouses, hotels and restaurants — virtually all the aspects of public-related vaastu. This book is mainly intended to systematise and standardise the techniques and methodologies of the corporate and office vaastu.
Ashwini Kumar MA (Philosophy), MIE (Civil Engg), LL B, Prabhakar, has deeply studied Civil Engineering, Law, Philosophy, Sanskrit and Sanskriti, Religions and Spiritual Sciences, Astrology, Classical Architecture, Yoga, Naturopathy, Ayurveda and other similar subjects at different levels. He has more than 30 years of academic, working and teaching experience in the field of Building Science. He was awarded a Gold Medal of Jiyotish Acharya in 1997 from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi. He started teaching Vaastu Shastra, Palmistry and other allied subjects in 2000 for the first time in New Delhi. Presently, the author is honorary guide and professor of Vaastu Shastra and Palmistry at the Centre of Indology, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi. He is equally engrossed in giving consultancy in Vaastu Shastra and Feng Shui. His main field of research is co-relation of Vaastu Shastra with the Modern Architecture, Civil Engineering, Science, Astrology, Psychology, Spirituality and Feng Shui. This is his second book on Vaastu Shastra. This book is the outcome of author's study, experimentation and teaching at diferent stages for a period of more than 30 years.