Vastu is a traditional Hindu system of space design whose purpose is to promote well-being by constructing buildings in harmony with natural forces. Vastu is an architectural science pertaining to the structure of the living place that assures the resurrection of it and also one of the ancient teachings from the Indian civilization. It deals with the science of the architecture and tells how a building should be planned to channelize the positive energy in our lives. The proper implementation of Vastu techniques has brought peace and prosperity to many households for centuries. Though Vastu started out with the construction rules for Hindu temples, it soon branched out to residential houses, office buildings, vehicles, sculpture, paintings, furniture etc. The science of Vastu is mostly based on directions and the building materials used, along with many other minor factors. Vastu is meant for the welfare of human being.
The main motive of this science is to provide maximum benefits to the people irrespective of varied religions with positive energy. Vastu is scientifically based on the five natural elements, i.e. Jala (water), Vayu (Air), Agni (fire), Prithvi (Earth) and Aakash (ether), and no science can deny this fact. Vastu exercise affects upon each and every individual in the same respect or manner.