Vastu Shanti Puja

vastu shanti puja

Vastu Shanti a kind of worship, is celebrated in India. It is a worship of lord & deity of directions, five elements of nature as well as natural forces and other related stuffs. At Gurujijunction, we perform Vastu Shanti Puja (worship of deity & lord of nature & their elements) in order to remove any type of Vastu dosha. Vastu dosha can be performed for various conditions. Whether it’s a land and building, nature or environment, a Vastu shanti worship can avoid major changes and demolition in the structure of building.


Vaastu Shanti is performed in order to neglect the vaastu dosh (fault) and to neglect all the faults in a house that occured if it is not constructed according to Vastu Shastra. This puja not only neglect the Vastu dosha but it also helps to improve the health of family members, increase their longevity, maintain harmony and stability in the family. It also helps in a growth of business and bringing in profits to a greater extent.


Vastu shanti Puja is a religious and spiritual process in order to worship Vaastu Purush, the protector, soul and Lord of the house. Purush is a name for Soul, Power and Energy. The primary objectives of Vastu Shanti puja are as follows:

To get holy blessings from Vastu Purush which protects the home and the occupants from natural calamities

To solve or resolve proper use of the house and to convert a house into a living and happy Home and Prasad.

To remove any arrangement and vastu faults related to land, structure, and interior arrangement faults

To ask for forgiveness for any kind of harm to the Nature unintentionally and other living beings while construction of the house

To appease any kind of force that may disrupt the happiness of future occupants

To get his blessings to bring health, wealth and prosperity to the occupants

How to perform Vastu Shanti Puja?

This Vastu Shanti puja is primarily based on the ceremony described by Jana Prabodhini. But it is a shorter version and takes less time than what is normally practiced in India.

Time it takes to perform this puja:

Half an hour is required for the puja set up and around an hour is required to complete the puja.

What You Will Need?

  1. Toran to be hanged on the entrance door and planting of an auspicious tree, preferably Tulsi
    (This can be done a day earlier)
  2. Symbolic House Inspection, Sutra Veshthan (measurements)
  3. Graha Pravesh
  4. Formal lighting of fire and house purification
  5. Vastu Purush story and Vastu Mandal
  6. Sankalpa, Poonyahvachanam, Ganesh Pooja
  7. Kalasha Sthapana, Nava Graha Pooja
  8. Varun and Vastu Purush Pooja
  9. Vastu Purush Yagnya
  10. Prayers to Vastu Purush and Resolutions
  11. Aarati and Prasad
  12. Burying the Vastu Purush in the North East Corner of the house.

Items for Vastu Shanti Pooja


• Small metal Ganapati, Kuldevata (if available)
• Metal image of Vastu Purush (local Indian stores may have this available) Small plastic box to bury the Vastu Purush after pooja.
• A low profile wooden pedestals (chowrang) for Pooja
• Halad, Kunku, Udbatti, Neeranjan, Aarti, sandalwood paste
• Variety of flowers in sufficient quantity
• Bell, Conch, towels, Oil lamps, matches
• Betel Leaves (30), Supaari (30) Coconuts(2)
• Metal Bowls (4), Stainless / Copper plates (4 small, 4 large )
• Water Kalasha (2), Pali (Small ladle), 4 spoons
• Rice (half a pound), Fruits
• Panchamruta ;ndash; Small bowl filled with Ghee, Sugar, Yogurt, Milk and Honey
• Liquid ghee for Neeranjan and oil for lamps
• Something for Sitting for everybody (rug or wooden platforms)
• Agni Kund and Fire material.

Other Preparations:

• Toran ndash; Decoration at the front Door plus Rangoli.
• Plant a Tulsi, a flower shrub or a fruit tree or Crepe Myrtle at a suitable place on that day or a day before.
• Hosts should fast until the pooja is over (Tea/coffee/Juice ok)
• Find a suitable location, behind the house, preferably North East corner, with least traffic and no waste disposal pipes, for burying the Vaastu Purush.
• Toran ndash; Decoration at the front Door plus Rangoli.
• Plant a Tulsi, a flower shrub or a fruit tree or Crepe Myrtle at a suitable place on that day or a day before.
• Hosts should fast until the pooja is over (Tea/coffee/Juice ok)
• Find a suitable location, behind the house, preferably North East corner, with least traffic and no waste disposal pipes, for burying the Vaastu Purush.

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