11 Unlucky Things To Avoid at Your Home and Office as per Vastu.

Things that should never be kept at home or office

Here, we’ll talk about 13 things that should never be kept at home or office as it brings out negative energy.

1. Taj Mahal

Any image or showpiece of Taj Mahal should not be kept at home or office.  No matter how pleasing your eyes find it to be, but Taj Mahal is a grave and grave always symbolizes with death and apathy. Although Taj Mahal is recognized as a perfect specimen of love, it is actually a  burial place of Mumtaz, Shah Jahan’s wife. According to the Vastu Shastra, keeping anything related to a tomb at your home brings misfortune. This is why, it is never recommended to keep anything – miniature, wall pictures or similar, of the Taj in your Home or Office.

Taj Mahal

2. War Scenes

You should never keep an image of any of the scenes from Mahabharata or Ramayana in your house or office. Such images symbolise a never-ending rivalry among the family members and friends.


The-Mahabharata
The-Mahabharata

3. Cactus or Thorny Plants

Cactus or any other plant with thorns except for rose and few medicinal ones should never be kept in the house. They are believed to give rise to tensions in the environment. Never keep dead or dying plants at home. Even dry flowers are considered bad luck.

Cactus and thorny plants
Cactus and thorny plants

4. Paintings with negativity

You should not hang paintings and pictures of trees without fruits or flowers, nudes, fight scenes using swords, hunting scenes, captured animals or images which look sad like somebody is weeping or crying. They carry a huge amount of negativity.

Images with negativity
Images with negativity

5. Sinking Boat

Any picture or painting of the sinking boat or ship should never at home or office. We observer the image day and night and it makes the same mentality in our mind. Such pictures create inauspicious fears in our mind and allow life to become disturbed.

Sinking Boat
Sinking Boat

6. Picture or figure of Nataraja

Though every classical dancer’s house has this image of cosmic dancer Shiva, one should avoid keeping it. The Nataraja symbolizes destruction because the dance form is actually Tandava Nritya, which means dance for destruction. It is believed that Nataraja is the destruction form of Lord Shiva – the destroyer in the holy trinity.

Nataraja
Nataraja

7. Paintings or statues of a few animals

The pictures, painting and statues of animals and birds like pigs, snakes, asses, eagle, owl, bats, vultures, pigeons and crows etc. should be avoided, especially in the couple’s bedroom.
It brings a violent approach in the nature of people living in the house or office.

Owl
Owl

8. Terrifying giants and demons

All pictures, wooden or metal figures of terrifying giants and demons, wild beasts like tigers, wolves, bears, lions, jackals and wild hounds etc. should not be placed in a home or office. They attract negative energy.

bears
bears

9. Broken idols or mirror

Avoid keeping broken glass, broken mirror and broken furniture, flower vases or statue of God and Goddess in your home. Such things are considered to attract negative energy.

Broken idols or mirror
Broken idols or mirror

10. Water fountain

Some water lovers keep amazing water fountains in their house. But according to Vastu, such things are not recommended to keep in the home. means that the money and prosperity that comes in your life will not stay for long and will rather disappear with the flow of time.

Water fountain
Water fountain

11.Clutter in bedroom

Refrain yourself from stuffing things under the bed as they affect the subconscious mind and also cause disruptions during your sleep. Also, avoid placing footwear under the bed. Ensure old foot wear or electronics especially non working watches are disposed. They can easily bring negative energy.

Clutter in bedroom
Clutter in bedroom