Vastu Direction | West: (PASCHIM)

West direction is known for stability in life. West direction is being ruled by Lord Varun and governed by element water, which is the vital for survival. Varun is also deity for rain, fame and fate. West is though have no significance attached with sacredness as it is with East and North but if West is used effectively then it yields incredible results with no obstruction wealth and health. The significance of West direction is commendable in terms of over-all prosperity if there are minimal Vastu defects.



The corresponding planet for west is a Saturn. Big opening from this direction is not advisable. The east energy, i.e. solar energy is not stored in the west if there are big openings. The axis of energy goes east to west as the sun rises from east and sets in the western direction. The west direction is occupied by the lower abdomen, genitals & reproduction organs of the Vastu Purush. The openings & entries from this direction are not good. It spoils the prospects of income 

West induces in occupants attributes of being bold, energetic, wealth and development. According to Vastu Shastra West direction is suitable for many specific region and ensuring any defect can save occupants from sufferings. It is beneficial to have overhead water tank & the staircase in the West direction or to have garage in the West direction. In Most Cases it has been Noted that The West direction is more beneficial to women.


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