As per Vastu principles, it is important to keep things in mind before placing Lord Buddha at home...
Digital Desk: Gautam Buddha, popularly known as "The Enlightened One," is the founder of Buddhism. Since the words "peace," "harmony," and "balance" are frequently linked with Buddhism, the image of the Buddha has gained popularity as a centerpiece or decoration in many homes, including those of non-believers. Buddha is a symbol of enlightenment and happiness within. As per Vastu principles, it is important to keep things in mind before placing Lord Buddha at home. Let’s know what are these dos and don'ts are.
Keeping a Buddha Idol at Home – Dos and Don’ts
1. A Buddha statue would look great in your study or office reception area, in your meditation garden, or anywhere you practice yoga.
2. If you put a decorative Buddha image in your car, be sure it is facing forward.
3. The statue in the garden should face the house as it symbolizes wealth and success.
4. To remove negative energy and welcome visitors, keep the statue facing into the room unless it is facing the main entrance from another angle.
5. Additionally, you can purchase a canvas art painting of Buddha and hang it on your wall.
1. Never place a Buddha statue on the floor or near the soles of your shoes, as it is quite rude and disrespectful.
2. A piece of red paper should be placed beneath Buddha to add a lucky symbol to an altar setup.
3. Never keep a decorative Buddha statue in a safe or vault. However, it is allowed to keep a Buddha on a shelf with closed doors.
4. If you place Buddha statues in the living room, make sure they always face the front door.
5. Never keep the Lord Buddha statue in the storage area, the laundry room, or the restroom. Always keep it clean and don’t let the dirt settle on it.