Thursday, March 1, 2012

Precautions Regarding Residence from Lal Kitab - Part 1 (Laal Kitaab ki Bhavan Sambandhi Hidaayetein Bhaag -1)

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I am writing this post to let the readers know of some of the precautions which Lal Kitab suggests in relation to one's home.
    • These days many people build temples in their homes with idols in it. Lal Kitab is strictly against it. It says the idols should not be there in the house however keeping photos and drawings of deities is not prohibited. Though keeping idols in home is inauspicious for everyone but for the natives born with Jupiter in their 7th house, it is highly inauspicious.
    • It was quite popular in olden days that houses used to have a small dark room at the end of the house where there would not be any passage for air or light. It is not very common these days. But if there is a small dark room at the end of the house, where there is no passage for air or light, the same should be left as it is and no attempt should be made to facilitate natural light through opening windows etc. in that room; otherwise, misfortunes will strike the residents.
    • Places where ornaments or money is kept secretly (safe/locker etc.) within the home must not be left empty. If there is nothing to be kept, please put some dry fruits there.
    • There must necessarily be some uncemented place in a house. But if it is not feasible, the articles related to Venus must be installed and established therein. If things related to shukra can not be kept in the house, then a pot (Gamla) filled with soil should be kept.

      That's all for this post. I will post more information on this topic in my future posts.




       


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