All that glitters is not gold is not just a phrase, however, carries genuine importance in all our lives. There are times when we experience a few things, which looks very nice and is so good that we want to keep that thing in our home. We purchase so many decor pieces for our house without knowing the fact the actual relevance of it. These pieces will make our home decor look amazing and add beauty to it, however, do you know whether they are a correct account to astrology or not?
Not every pretty looking thing should be in our home because as per Vastu Shastra, few things ring negativity into our lives and it’s always better to keep those things away from our lives and houses. Below is the list of few such things, which in spite of being so good looking, should not be in our home. Let’s find out what are those top 3 things which you should never buy for your home.
Known as the symbol of love and one of the most beautiful monuments in the world, The Taj Mahal looks incredibly pretty crafted with amazing artwork Even after being one of the ‘Wonders of the word’, the truth is that it’s a complete no when it comes adding it to the decor of your home.
It is believed by many famous astrologers in Delhi that Taj Mahal should not be kept in our home, not even it’s miniature. The reason behind it that is not just a symbol of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan’s love for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal but is also a tomb of his departed queen. The graves of Shahjahan and Mumtaz Mahal are placed in the Taj Mahal. And according to the Vastu Shastra, keeping anything linked to a tomb at your home causes trouble.
Although the Vedic texts and Scriptures carry exceptional importance and keeping these scriptures at home is considered to be very auspicious. However, Mahabharata is one Hindu epic, which people duck to keep at their home.
According to best Astrologer in India, Mahabharata is all about war, cunningness, and dispute among the families. It is considered that holding the pictures related to Mahabharata at home cause division in the family. This is why one should never keep anything related to Mahabharata at home.
Few people consider that Bhagavad Gita (A part of Mahabharata) is an enduring source of revelation to the humankind. However, the Genuine Astrologer in Delhi only sees the war in the backdrop. Still, there are few who choose to hold Bhagavad Gita at their house as a symbol of strength, however, anything similar to the war of Kurukshetra – pictures, painting or similar, should never be kept in your room.
Lord Shiva is one of the biggest idols in the world. It is considered that he suffices all the prayers of his followers. All his forms are also celebrated with the same interest, except one – Nataraja. Thousands of homes, offices across the world, including CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research, located in Geneva, Switzerland, have this symbol of Shiva, but Indians simply refuse to keep one at their home.
It is considered that Nataraja is the destruction form of Lord Shiva. People say that Lord Shiva took the form of Nataraja and delivered the famous Tandav Nritya or the dance of destruction, which ended at the end of the world. Many famous astrologers in Delhi, India consider that these objects bring bad luck into their life and prefer to stay away from the same.