Inauspicious paintings for home
Who doesn’t like to beautify their home? While most people have a fondness of assembling antique furniture, a few like to amass fine-looking paintings, photographs or wall hangings.
Not many know that everything and everyone around you attracts energies from universe. Sometimes, these energies manipulate your energies, resulting in unpredictable consequences. Maybe that is why, we should always hang around people who give out positive vibes.
Vastu tips for wall paintings, and photos
According to Vastu Shastra, people should be conscious of what they are pulling together around them, especially in case of paintings, photos or wall hangings. When we get all conscious about the right furniture, curtains, even placemats, then why we don’t bother about the stuff we put up on walls?
What’s the right painting to gift?
Vastu Shastra warns that a person must avoid bringing home or at workplace, the following 8 paintings and photos, or else risk inviting all the bad luck and negative energies to their doorstep. If in case, you seem to have any of the following paintings, you are advised to immediately get rid of them.
#1. Natraja murti painting unlucky for home
Many dancers not only have this statue of Nataraja, but also have pictures and paintings of it at home. However, they forget that the Natraja form, is a dance of destruction by Lord Shiva.
#2. Sinking Ship
At any cost, we should avoid putting up paintings of a sinking ship, boat or a canoe. These paintings are believed to cause ripples at the center of positive energy, thus making it move away from you. Keeping these paintings at home or workplace can worsen your luck.
#3. Flowing water
Flowing water symbolizes instability; keeping a painting or a photo of flowing water, river, waterfall, etc., impact the wealth and prosperity in your home. You will always face problems in making your money stay in savings; might even lead to poverty.
#4. Voilent animals
Tiger, panther, Gorilla, Alligator, etc. may look amazing but in fact these affect the conjugal relations of the couple in home and invite marital discord.
#5. Taj Mahal
Everyone knows it, but ignore the fact the Taj Mahal is a last resting place or burial place of Mumtaz Mahal. No matter how beautiful it appears, but one should never hang a picture of a burial at home. It invites death and destruction.
#6. Scenes from Mahabharat
Even though it’s an epic legend, but the content of it revolves around negative activities and mishaps. Such paintings lead to stress, depression, sorrow, clashes amid family members.
#7. Sad/crying child
Sometimes, we are so moved by an artist’s work that we tend to forget the vibes it sends across. Same as in the case of pictures or paintings that reflect sadness, sorrow, etc. Hanging a painting of a crying or upset child, multiplies your bad luck.
#8. War or magic happening
According to Vastu, photos that display war, violence, black magic, or ghosts impact the mind of family inhabitants, leading to permanent separation, disturbance of mental peace.