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Holi Vastu Tips 2023: Do these surefire remedies before Holi

Holi Vastu Tips 2023: Holi will be celebrated on 8 March. This practice is celebrated every year on the Pratipada of Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month. In astrology, there are some special measures which are taken on the day of Holi, due to which the blessings of Shri Lakshmi ji are received. Some things are definitely done in our house before Holi. Let’s know about them.

bring these things home

  • It happens after a long time that even after many attempts, success is not achieved. Blessings do not come in the house. The reason for this is Vastu defect. Therefore, to avoid this, bring a beautiful Bandalwar or Toran to your house and by placing it on the main door of the house, Vastu Dosh ends.
  • Keep aquarium in north or east west direction of the house. This has been described as the place of Kuber. Happiness comes from prosperity in the house. Money also comes.
  • Planting a bamboo plant at home before Holi brings good luck. It removes negative energy. Health related problems end.
  • Keeping a crystal tortoise is also very auspicious, it brings economic progress. This gives accurate money. Additionally made of metal or rhinestone. It is even better if Kuber Yantra is made on your back.
  • It is good to keep a statue or picture of a dragon in the house. It is believed that the members of the house remain safe. This time before Holi, keep a picture of a dragon in your house. It does not cause evil eye.
  • Bring Chinese coins to your home before Holi. According to Feng Shui, tying coins in a red thread and hanging them on the door handle of the house brings happiness and peace in the house.


Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on assumptions and information only. It is important to mention here that upvartanews Does not represent, validate or verify information of any kind. Before implementing any information or belief, consult the relevant expert.

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Sahil Kothari

Sahil Kothari is a Senior Journalist at youthistaan.com Follow him on twitter @sahilkothari21
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