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Using Vastu to Maximize Industrial Production

Author: Dhanwant Singh
by Dhanwant Singh
Posted: Aug 22, 2016
maximum production Sometimes people dismiss Vastu as something mystical or superstitious. However, Prof. Dhanwant Singh used Vastu as a very scientific way of reversing energy imbalance. That is why it is easy to find solutions for modern day problems using Vastu. According to Prof. Singh, any building, particularly the plan of a building can be divided into 16 Vastu Zones, each covering about 22.5 degrees. Each zone is governed by a specific element, such as Air, Water, Fire, Earth or Space, (Panchtattvas), and has its own attribute and effect.

You can utilise the maximum production capacity in your industry with the application of Vastu. It has been proved in more than 3000 cases in which application of Vastu not only managed the breakdown in the machines but also made them achieve the maximum production capacity. The purview of Vastu application is not restricted to a single industry; it extends to almost all the major industrial segments.

You will be surprised to know that logical and scientific procedure of Vastu not only addressed the industrial production issues but also managed to get less than 100 ppm (parts per million - a quality check required in Auto industry). In many of those cases, maximum production capacity of the industrial unit was achieved without even relocating the machines and boilers.

Application of Vastu is slightly complex in case of industry as compared to that in a home; reason being, the uniqueness of each individual industry. Understanding the key processes of an industry and then, locating them in ideal Vastu Zones without disturbing the production flow and PPC, makes it slightly complex. Practice makes a man perfect. So with regular observations and regular practice of Vastu, you, too, can understand how the key processes give excellent performance to the different stages, thus contributing to maximization of production in your industry. Designing a new unit, however, is easier, but, only after you have understood which set of the Vastu Zones are responsible for the best performances at different stages of the production process.

One more important factor, that needs to be considered for making the best product, is the knowledge of five elements. With the evolution of mankind, today we need to re-categorise the processes and the materials as per the five elements. For example, if one of the key processes in your industry is related with the Fire element, then you have to ensure the Vastu Zone of Fire should not be either cut or extended in shape of plot as well as in shape of the building. Otherwise, due to an imbalance of Fire, your key process, which is related with Fire, will always create troubles for you.


If you want to improve your skills then related tools, equipment etc. put in south-west direction and also sit in south west direction. If any machine between south and South West, then it will not be working properly..

If Factory workers are working in the North-East director of your factory than their performance would not be working. If Factory workers are working between the East and South East direction, then they will not be interested in work and they will escape. Whereas If the Factory workers working between the South and South West direction there will be a repeated malfunctions in goods that can prove extremely harmful to the Factory Owners.

So, the application of Vastu Techniques ensure that your industry generates maximum quality production as per the installed capacities.

The writer, Prof. Dhanwant Singh, CEO of MahaVastu Bengaluru, is also the Founder & Chancellor of the APEX Professional University, Arunachal Pradesh.

Contact: +91 080 23615442, 23615559

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A MahaVastu Expert, Professor Singh is the Founder & Chancellor of the Apex Professional University, Arunachal Pradesh.

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