Building Formula(Ayadi Shadvarga)very important for houses
This blog will explain the importance of Building Formula(Ayadi Vastu), as well for all homeowners
Calculations based on Ayadi are secret mathematical formulas
from Vastu Shastra, which were utilized since the beginning of time for
designing Hindu temples as well as homes. When you understand how to use these
calculations, you will be able to determine the exact level of cosmic energy
that is found in every object that surrounds you. This also lets you create the
environment that you live in and the objects you use every day to align with
your birth nakshatra.
Motherwell
• Motherwell can be described as the principal wall or container
which serves to create a space of Consciousness to be conscious and to allow
Vastu (unmanifest energies) to transform into Vastu (manifest).
• For a
home such as this, it's usually the four walls that comprise the home.
• We refer
to it as "Motherwell" because it is the foundation that births Vastu
changing into Vastu.
• The
Motherwell is built upon 9x9 grids and is created using extremely precise and
individual measurements which make the pada (module) radiate certain
life-giving characteristics that radiate throughout the structure. Through this
form, the consciousness of Purusha has taken on the shape of its container.
• The
dweller is then able to oscillate with the same characteristics, just like an
instrument that vibrates at one pitch causing a second tuning fork in the
stitch to be vibrating.
The calculations that form the Motherwell are known as the Ayadi calculations.
• The Ayadicalculation has been chosen to be a precise mathematical calculation that is
scientifically linked to the personal resonance or vibration of the person who
dwells.
• Based on
an Ayadi calculation, a variety of variables are considered when determining
the exact size of the Motherwell required to be to recreate the impact of
consciousness becoming conscious in the person who lives there when is in the
house of a particular. This is an essential aspect of the evidence that
supports the completeness that is the Vastu effect.
• After you
have the Ayadi calculation made The structure is then divided 9 by 9. The
modules could be rectangular or square. They help to locate crucial elements
like doors and windows on the correct grid lines. This increases the positive
impact on the grid as well as solar energy and cosmic energies. Extensions
(rooms) with different shapes and sizes are possible to be added over the
Motherwell however only through the mathematical formulas used by the Ayadi or
modules.
It is said that the house is a confluence of frequencies.
Vastu also known as Masonic residence is a combination of the known
frequencies determined by Ayadi and brings spiritual peace, well-being, and joy.
The Brahmasthan
The central element in the design is called the Brahmasthan.
This is the centre module as well as the modules that surround that central
component of the grid of 9 by 9 created in the Motherwell.
• It is the
nucleolus that space comes from that is the source from which consciousness
develops. The energy generator of Vastu is the Vastu building.
• Finding
the Brahmasthan is crucial in the process of breathing life into the structure.
• The
central point could be described as the nucleus of an atom, around which
energetic forces are centred.
• The most
benefit comes from this central part of the structure created in harmony with
other elements of the structure.
•The main
aspect of the Brahmasthan is that it's an automatic energy generation device.
The characteristics and qualities of the energy that is generated (happiness
and health, wealth, relational as well as spiritual joy, happiness, respect,
etc.) are calculated by the Ayadi calculation from Motherwell. In the previous
paragraph, these calculations calculate the frequency and pulse of all the
modules/padas as well as the Brahmasthan. The walls that are properly placed
act as conduits for energy. The sum frequency of the frequencies affects the
frequency of vibration frequencies of the building. The frequency produced by
the Brahmasthan produces the same frequency in the body and the consciousness
of the person living in it.
Many of the so-called Vastu Consultants who have not been
adequately trained try to "open the Brahmasthan" even though they are
conducting "rectification" of non-Vastu complied homes. This is a
misuse of Shastri's expertise. The properties of a home are determined by the
size of the wall's main part as well as its location towards true east and true
north, as well as other aspects. When there is a Brahmasthan of a house that is
not compliant is open, it could enhance any negative characteristics created
due to the measurements of the house as well as its improper alignment. It
could cause a lot of trouble for the resident.
Aaya - Dimensions:
In Vastu Shastra, there are six formulae known as Aayadi
employed to figure out the length, breadth, and perimeter, as well as the area
and the height of the building. By Vaastu Shastra, one should adhere to the Aayadi formulae precisely to achieve positive effects in the structure.
Aaya constitutes six formulae Aaya, Vyaya, Yoni, Raksha, Vara, and Tithi. The remaining formulae derived from these formulae will
determine if it is a loss or gain. If it's an increase it means that the
structure is proportional and stable, and the dimensions are in line. If,
however, it's a loss, it is a sign that the dimensions are not correct and must
be rectified accordingly.
• Aaya is
remaining that is obtained by multiplying Length by 8 and then divided by 12
• Raksha is
the result that is obtained by multiplying Length by 8 and then dividing by 27.
• Vyaaya is
the sum that is obtained after Breadth has been multiplied by 9 and then
divided by 10
• Yoni is
the result that is obtained by Breadth has been multiplied by 3, then divided
by 8
• Vara - is
remaining that is obtained when Height is multiplied by 9 and then divided by
7.
•Tithi is remaining that is derived when Height is multiplied by 9 and then divided
by 30.
Repairing the Length of Rooms or Buildings:
•Aaya and
Raksha formulas are used to fix the length of the structure as well as the
rooms.
• Aaya is
also known as 'Idhayamwhich' which is a reference to income, while Vyaya is a
reference to expenditure or loss. Thus the Aaya must always be higher that the
Vyaya.
• Based on
the Aayadi formulae, it was found that to allow Aaya to be greater than Vyaya,
Vyaya The lengths of rooms/buildings must be 1.5 times the width or at minimum
1.375 times the width.
•This is
the reason we see that websites aren't square, but rectangular, with a length
of 1.375 1.5 - 1.5 multiples of the Breadth. For instance, sites are 40 x 60
30, 30 x 40, 30 x 45 and 50 80 x 50.
Repairing the breadth of rooms and buildings:
•There are
two formulae: Yoni and Vyaya formulas are employed for fixing the size of the
structure.
• If the
Yoni received is an odd-looking remainder that is, then it's good but if it's
not an oddity, it's a poor Yoni.
• 1, 3, 5,
and 7 remainings are considered to be good Yoni and are related to those
directions East, South, West, and North according to the respective directions.
• Accordingly,
depending on which direction the structure faces, the Yoni is recommended to
define the length of the room or building.
• It is
recommended that the Yoni from the top floor must be identical to it is the
Yoni on the floor below.
• If an old
house will be renovated it is recommended that a brand new Yoni distinct from
the Yoni from the old house must be utilized for the newly renovated house.
Resolving The Dimensions of the Orientation
• The Yoni
formula that defines the measurement of breadth is beneficial in buildings that
are not located in one of the four cardinal directions.
• VastuShastra demonstrates the importance of aligning structures in the four
directions of the cardinal direction (North, East, South, or West) to be able
to withstand the force of monsoon winds as well as natural energies, and also
gain from these.
• As much
as possible, buildings shouldn't be placed in an intermediate direction.
• In rare
instances where the building is facing an intermediate direction and the Yoni
formula should be applied to make the remainder 1. Then the measurements of the
building are adequate that they can stand up to the forces of nature.
Adjusting the Building's Height:
• The
building's height is fixed by formulae such as the Vara as well as Tithi
formulae.
• The first
floor must not exceed that of the ground floor.
Measurement Units in Vaastu Shastra
In the past, the measurement units were Angula (3/4 of an
inch) and Hasta ( 18 inches) which means the 1 Hasta corresponds to 24 Angular.
However, the value in Hasta and Angula varied in different regions. Thus, by
making use of the Aayadi formula for determining the dimensions of a structure
the chance of creating spaces that are too large is eliminated.
Ayadi Calculations (Ayadi Shadvarga)
In earlier times, these holy formulas were employed to
design personal jewellery furniture, furniture, pieces of art, or tools for work.
They can boost the individual energy of an individual and also design whole
temples, homes, or cities. Today, they can also be useful in designing logos,
websites as well as product labels as well as other tools for marketing.
Ayadi calculation is among the most significant elements of
Sthapatya Veda. Ayadi Calculation could also be known as Ayadi Shadvarga as
well as the formula for building. The Scriptures as well as the early
architects (Sthapatis) believed in the dwellings as living entities regardless
of temples and palaces, homes for residents, and so on.
The Land is also known in the form of Kshetra and the houses
were built in the right rhythm and proportion to allow the inhabitants to be in
harmony with nature. When homes were constructed using these Ayadi formulae it
was believed that they would provide the inhabitants with spirituality, health
as well as wealth, and prosperity.
Ayadi is a technology-based application to design and construct buildings.
"Adi Ay" or "Adi Ay" means "to
study the primary energy "Adi" = "Ayadi" which is the
calculation of wavelength (in the shape of concentric squires) and to identify
positive advantages.
The perimeter of the primary energetic particle called
Paramanu has been measured and used as a basis for proportions for the
calculation of perimeters of buildings.
The perimeter is the measurement of consciousness.
It could be negative or positive. If you are making use of
Ayadi it is only measured that positive (numbers) are utilized in construction.
The numbers listed are "auspicious."
"Every living thing has qualities and traits that
belong to a particular Star at birth. Birth Star."
"To discover the number that is related to each star,
and to analyze the wavelength of each star as good or bad is the essence of
"Ayadi Gaanam.'"
The number of wavelengths of the perimeter of the building
will match the birth star's wavelength or the length of the person's wave,
creating harmony and resonance for both.
Different kinds of Ayadi calculations have various elements:
• 6
Principal aspects 6 major aspects SHADAYADI
•10 Major
aspects of DASAYADI
• 16
Principal aspects - SHODASAYADI
Shadayadi is a good choice for construction in the domestic
area.
Shodasayadi is great for temples and gods.
• Aayam
(Income)
• Vyayam
(Expenditure)
• Yoni
(Direction of energy waves)
• Varam
(Day of the Week)
• Assam
(Quality)
• Nakshatra
(Birth Nakshatra (Birth)
Various calculations are done in Vastu to meet various
needs using Ayadi Shadvarga to assess the energy compatibility of people living
on the land or buildings by taking into consideration the Nakshatra or Birth
star that the proprietor has. these calculations are utilized to plan Town or
City planning temples, residences Apartments, and Commercial and industrial
structures.
There are seven areas to be considered in Ayadi
1. Aaya - Income/benefits
2. Vyaya - Expenditure
3. Yoni - Direction that indicates that energy flow (Prana)
4. Varam - On weekdays
5. Nakshatra Stargazer Star
6. Amsa Quality/feature
7. Ayu - The life of the building
The process of calculation for each Ayadi
The amount of Aaya (Income) must always be higher than the
Vyaya (Expenditure). If Vyaya is higher than Aaya and residents are not getting
enough, they will always face financial difficulties.
The Yoni must always include an odd number to remind you of
it i.e 1 3 5 7. Check out the Yoni table to see the benefits.
The table below explains which direction the building should be facing according to Sthapatya Veda
Yoni Number |
Cardinal Direction |
Yoni |
Result |
1 |
East |
Dhwaja (Flagstaff) |
Auspicious |
2 |
South-East |
Dhoom (Smoke) |
Inauspicious |
3 |
South |
Simha (Lion) |
Auspicious |
4 |
South-West |
Sanam (Dog) |
Inauspicious |
5 |
West |
Vrshaba (Bull) |
Auspicious |
6 |
North-West |
Kharam (Ass) |
Inauspicious |
7 |
North |
Gaja (Elephant) |
Auspicious |
8 |
North-East |
Kakar (Crow) |
Inauspicious |
Yoni's calculation is a crucial aspect of Ayadi's
calculation. Based on it. Based on the Yoni which determines the course of the
plot and building direction is determined. Dhwaja Yoni is thought to be the
most beneficial Yoni of Sthapatya Veda. Another aspect to consider is that all
favourable Yonis are in alignment with those of the Cardinal orientation which
is North, South, East, and West. The Plot or the structure with diagonal
directions, and entry from North-East and South-East South-West, North-West is
inauspicious and hence should be avoided.
Varam with 1, 2, 4 6, and 5 is positive
The Nakshatras are the 27 within Vedic Astrology. The
Nakshatras that have 2, 4 6, 8, and 9 for reminders can be considered to be auspicious.
Assam or Quality, with the remaining 2 3 4 5 7, 9 are
believed to be auspicious.
The calculations above are made with the help of an
experienced Vaastu Sthapathi before beginning construction on a building. It is
advised to seek out an expert for both material and spiritual advantages.
Ayadi Practical Application
The building's perimeter is the most crucial element to
generate a resonance across all areas:
1. Cosmic
2. Earthly
3. Space
Encapsulated by Building
4. Human's
space-time continuum
Per Ayadi tables, encapsulated Building's Space is a Star,
which is located around the area around the building.
Each person who lives in the building has their birth Star
too.
According to Ayadi, The birth of a female star has to be in
sync with the space in the building first.
If the number in the relationship is located between the stars (buildings as well as females) from the Nakshatra Table and the number is verified by the Paryaya Table. The relational number must be positive in benefit or positive property (good numbers include 2, 4, 6 9, and 8). This implies that resonance is made.
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Similar comparisons must be conducted with every birth star
in every living thing of space. If all stars born are within a good vibrational
relation, the outer area around the building could be used to construct.
The Vastu Calculations of Buildings
There has been a massive increase in the building of housing
commercial, industrial and residential structures in large cities. Due to the
complexity of design and construction techniques There are many
misunderstandings regarding the correct application of Vastu Shastra-based
construction formulae. The proper application of Vastu-based calculations is
feasible once one can comprehend the meanings and concepts embedded in
Vastu-based formulae.
Vastu Calculations on Buildings is also called Ayadi Shadvarga by the ancient masters of wisdom.
Ayadi is a set comprised of 6 formulae Aya, Vyaya, Yoni,
Raksha, Vara, and Tithi which are used to calculate the conformity of a
building. These six equations are separated into three sets. Each set is
comprised of two formulae. A particular set of formulae are employed to
determine how long, wide, and height the building or structure is. The breadth
and length are the outer dimensions of the base (bhumilamba) as well as its
foundation (adhistana). The building's height is regarded to be measured from
the foundation's bottom or from the base's bottom to the highest part of the
building. The remaining amount calculated using these formulae is the gains or losses
that accrue to the building, the compatibility with the constellations, as well
as the solar and lunar days that affect your well-being.
Manasara suggests working out nine different breadths and
lengths and five different heights for buildings. The Yoni formula for defining
breadth measurement is very clear and emphasizes the importance of orienting
properly. The majority of religious structures cities, palaces, and palaces
roads, villages, and villages of the past of India and other regions of the globe
were oriented in cardinal directions. Giza and Great Pyramids of Egypt Giza and
Great Pyramids of Egypt are situated towards the north.
Maana - Proportion
If one is designing a building, a craft item, or an item
that can be used daily the goal of the design must be that it:
• The
product that is designed must be practical and able to be used in simple use.
• The
design of the product should be visually pleasing. This is the principle that
applies to the exterior of the building as well as its interior.
• The
product that is designed must be able to create feelings of well-being and
satisfaction.
To achieve this, certain proportions are to be observed when
creating an object or structure. The third principle in Vastu is called 'Maana
or proportionate measurement'. As per Vastu Shastra, adherence to Maana is
essential to any creative endeavour, whether architectural or sculpture, because
only then can an artefact created by man appear flawless, proportional, and
pleasing to the eyes.
The antiquated Indian Vastu consultant, after trials and
errors, finally arrived at the most precise measurements that equated length,
height, and breadth to form an appropriate three-dimensional structure. For
centuries it became a simple method for architects to use when creating
structures.
The ratio of height to breadth
This ratio of height to breadth is ideal for buildings and
each represents a distinct aspect of proportion and beauty.
• The ratio
is 1: when the height is the same as the Breadth The structure is said to be
visually proportional.
• A ratio
that is 1.25 If the height equals 1.25 times the breadth it is thought to be
stable.
• A ratio
that is 1.5 If the Height of the structure is 1.5 times the Breadth the
structure is said to be attractive.
• A ratio
of 1.75 is when the height of the structure is 1.75 times the breadth The
structure is strong in every aspect and will appear sturdy and beautiful.
• The ratio
2: when the height is greater than the Breadth the structure will look
stunning.
Today, we do not try to observe building proportions. The
sole consideration in the design of these structures is to maximize the F.A.R.
/ F.S.I. And no thought is given to the proportions or height or how the
building might appear too big or ugly.
This is why a scientific method such as Vastu Shastra is
something to look to when there are doubts regarding aesthetics and
proportions. The proportions and dimensions to create a stunning house were
handed down to us in Form of equations.
Within the Samrangana Sutradhara, the writer King Bhoja
declares.
1 For Aaya:
If the Kshetripada (length and width of the space) divides by 8, then the remaining
is 1. Deja, 2. Dhuma, 3. Simha, 4. Svana, 5. Vrashabha, 6. Khara, 7. Gaja, 8.
Kaka the rest Zero = 8.
2. The
Nakshatra: When we multiply by the
Kshetra pada number by eight and then divide by 27, you obtain Nakshatra. If
the number remaining of 8 appears, then it is for Nyaya. ie., expenditure. If
the number of expenses is lower than the amount. of income earned, it is called
yaksa. If it is higher than that, it's called a rakshasa. If the amount is
equivalent, to pistachio, it is referred to as the pistachio. Of these, yaksha
is the to be the best. rakshasa is negative, and Pistachio is the most common
outcome.
3. Amsa
Sadhana: Take the total of vyayas and Gruha Nama Nakshtra. Divide the total by
3. the remaining one is in dramas. The other two are Yamamura, and 3 are
Rajasamsa. Indra and rajasamsa will yield the best results, while Yamasa is not
the best sign.
4. Rasi
sadhana: Multiply the gruha nakshatra by
4 and divide it by 12 to get the rasi. If the race is 6, 2, 8, 12 5 2, 8, 12,
against the native's rate, it is considered to be unlucky.
5. The
Taraba: The process of counting the
Janma Nakshatra an individual to the nakshatras of the house and then
multiplying by nine, the rest 4 9, 6, and are positive. 1, 2, and 8 are normal,
while the numbers 3 7, 5, and 3 are bad.
6. Ayuvu
(Longevity): By multiplying the kshetra
pada number by 8 and then dividing the result by 120 we will get the house's
yuzu. The number 0 is counted as 8. This isn't a good thing.
Other classic texts, such as Aparajita Prucha, Vastu Vidya,
Manushyalaya Chandrika, Manusutra, and so on. offer a few variations. It is
therefore essential to pay attention to Aaya and the navavargas before any
construction. Aaya along with the Naviavargas before any building to get
positive results for growth, prosperity, and wealth as well as growth.
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