New Delhi, Table of Spirituality. Vastu Tips for Home: In Vastu Shastra some rules have been given for every small and big thing present in the house. If these things are kept according to the rules, then positivity enters the house. Similarly, there are some rules in Vastu Shastra for steps in common use in the house.
what to keep in mind
According to Vastu Shastra, the front door of the house is very important. Through this, positive or negative energy enters the house. Happiness and prosperity enter the house if the entrance is free from defects. In the same view, it is necessary to take care of some things even for the passage of the gate. According to Vastu, the shape of the footboard or doormat should be rectangular.
what should be the color
If the front door of your house faces north, then you should use a blue colored pedestal. On the other hand, if your entrance is facing east, then use a light colored doormat. There should never be a black or blue doormat at this address. It is considered auspicious to keep a yellow or light yellow pedestal if there is an entrance in a northeasterly direction. On the other hand, if your front door is facing west, then blue, green and white color should be placed.
how are the foot covers
While keeping the notch, care should be taken that its fabric is silk, cotton, and natural fiber. Because they attract positive energy into your home. Acrylic fabric rugs should not be brought into the house, as they are the element of fire and burn energy and positive emotions. Along with this, you must also take into account that you should change the floor of your house from time to time and always keep it clean.
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