Sri Vaasthu Purusha is that manifestation of the Universal Lord who oversees all matters that involve land and its use.
There are eight days in every varusham (year) that are special days for the worship of Sri Vaasthu Purusha.
While it's important that we worship Sri Vaasthu Purusha everyday, these eight days are worthy of special mention in the context of Vaasthu Purusha worship. It's particularly important that we honor Him on these eight days.
90 Minutes, 8 Days
It's very important that we terrestrials worship and honor Sri Vaasthu Purusha during these 90 minute periods on each of these eight days in each year. If we do this, our worship will coincide with that of the celestials and thus become that much more special.
In every year, these eight days and the start of these 90 minute periods are:
Based on the time of sunrise in the place where you live, you should calculate the exact time span of the Vaasthu period that's applicable to you using the table provided above.
You should spend the 90 minute Vaasthu period totally in worship and selfless service.
Each of these very auspicious 90 minute periods is further subdivided into five sub periods of 18 minutes each.
The last two sub periods totalling 36 minutes are particularly ideal for all auspicious activities, including setting foot in a house that you may have built or bought.
The Worship of Sri Vaasthu Purusha
On the Vaasthu days, make turmeric paste, sandalwood paste and kumkum paste yourself. Apply these pastes on the door frames in your dwelling and in your place of business. It's especially important that you do this on the door frame of the front door of your house. As a side note, we must learn that the Siddhas say that the door frames in our houses must be made of wood. Many celestial angelic beings will manifest their subtle presence in these door frames if they are worshipped according to the Siddha way.
During the Vaasthu periods, it's ideal if you can visit the Boolókanaatha Temple in the city of Trichy in the south of India. This temple is one of the ideal places for Sri Vaasthu worship.
The Lord has delegated the job of blessing individuals with prosperity in the form of landed property, houses and the like to Sri Angaaraka, one of the nine Lords. The Siddhas say it's ideal if we can worship at the Boolókanaatha Temple during Angaaraka horai on Tuesdays. We should offer food mixed with those vegetables which grow below the ground, i.e., roots and tubers like potatoes, sweet potatoes, yam and the like as neivedyam to the Lord and then distribute the same to the poor. This horai based worship procedure at this temple will please Sri Angaaraka and result in blessings in the form of land and houses. It'll also solve problems related to land and housing, for example, litigation involving land issues and inheritance snafus concerning landed property will get resolved smoothly.
The Boomi Andhara Vaasthu Sundara Chakram (pictured below) is an advanced Siddha mystic drawing that has been conveyed to us by Guru Mangala Gandharva Venkataraman by the grace of his divine teacher, Sri Idiyaapa Siddha. This chakram, which encapsulates many divine forces and potencies, should be worshipped by all those who desire prosperity in the form of land and houses. It's particularly important that high ranking officials in the justice system, like judges and police chiefs, must keep this chakram in their home altar and worship it everyday. This will help them discharge their duties in a fair, just and truthful way.
As you may have guessed, worshipping this chakram during the Vaasthu periods is a good idea.
The Vaasthu Gayatri Mantra
Om Prithvi Moola Devaaya vithmahé
Meditate on this mantra 1008 times everyday, if not at least 24, 36 or 108 times. Do this especially during the Vaasthu periods.
We'll provide more information regarding Sri Vaasthu worship in the future. So please make sure you visit this page again.
Vaastu Day - 22 Aug 1999.