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Pathanamthitta is a town situated in the very heart of the Central Travancore region of Kerala State, India.It is the administrative capital of The Pathanamthitta District. The town has a population of 38,000. It is known as the Pilgrim Capital of Kerala. Pathanamthitta is a fast-developing town and business center. It is the main transport hub to the famous Hindu pilgrim center of Sabarimala. The main trunk road to Sabarimala is from Pathanamthitta. It is a cosmopolitan town, with people of different faiths living in harmony.
The Vasthu Shasthra in India is an age old, very effective method and principle in the design and construction of all types of buildings. By adopting this method in design of buildings, one could surely think of attaining the highly cherished, health, wealth and peaceful life desired by everybody.Hence the people, in order to lead a stress free life, consult vasthu experts in Kerala and it’s becoming popular, with foreigners too taking to concepts like reiki, vasthu, feng-shui and horoscope.
In the past this shasthra was available only to the kings and the nobles. However since about three or four decades, the shasthra started slowly and steadily gaining popularity with the elite and the general public alike.
Vasthu is the science of architecture of ancient India. Vasthu, in Sanskrit means nature, a surrounding or an environment. The word Vasthu came from Vasi, denoting anything existing such as a house, shelter, building etc. Shastra in Sanskrit means a system.Vasthu originated from India during the vedic civilization.Most of the anicient texts say that vasthu flourished as early as 6000 B.C.
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