Vastu Tips for Holi: Holi, the festival of colours, is going to be celebrated on 8 March. Holika Dahan takes place a day before this i.e. on 7th March. It is believed that on this day all the evils get burnt in the fire of Holika. In Vastu Shastra also, some tips related to Holi have been told, by doing which the poverty and poverty of the house goes away.
Many such things are kept in our homes which are the cause of poverty. But we do not know this. But in today’s article, we are going to tell you about some such things, which if thrown out of the house on the day of Holika Dahan, the poverty of your house will also come out. Let’s know in detail.
defective electronic goods
You must have seen that often such electronics items are lying in our house which are bad. And which are not even being used. In such a situation, they become the cause of negative energy in the house. You either get them fixed, or throw them out of the house on the day of Holika Dahan.
remove bad clock
Many times the clock gets damaged in the house, but still people leave it at home without getting it fixed. Tell that the moving clock gives blessings and positive energy in the house, but on the contrary, the closed or bad clock disturbs the happiness and peace of the house. If there is a stopped or damaged clock lying in your house, then take it out on the day of Holika Dahan.
torn old shoes
Often people keep those shoes and slippers in their house which are of no use. Please tell that such shoes and slippers should never be kept in your house. Due to this, poverty comes in the house and the work being done also gets spoiled. If such shoes and slippers are kept in your house too, then throw them out of the house before Holi.
Never keep broken glass inside the house. This seems to be Vastu defect. One should never see oneself through broken glass. It is believed that seeing oneself in a broken mirror turns luck into misfortune. That’s why people who have broken glass in their house should show it the way out of the house before Holi. And shine your luck.
Many people also decorate the broken idols in their home temple. Please tell that according to the object, it is considered very inauspicious. Broken idols should never be kept in the house. If there is, then remove it from there before Holi. But keep in mind that never pollute the rivers with the useless things of your house. If the idol is eco-friendly then let it flow, otherwise destroy it.