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25 August 2011
Vastu architecture is the oldest and the most systematic of the world's architectural systems.
The information on Vastu architecture comes from Manasara and the Maya Mata and other ancient Sanskrit texts that describe the knowledge (Veda) of establishing form (Sthapatya). These texts apply to all created structures, natural and manmade, and their primary application is in the area of architecture and community design.
Much of the knowledge of Vastu architecture—or Vastu—had been fragmented or lost until recent times. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the worldwide Transcendental Meditation program, worked with the foremost experts of Sthapatya Veda in India to open this timeless knowledge to the world. By systematically reviewing and evaluating all the pieces, Maharishi unified and restored Vastu architecture to its wholeness.
The system as restored by Maharishi is referred to as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture, Maharishi Vedic architecture or Maharishi Vastu architecture. The name 'Maharishi' is used to give respectful credit to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who revived the oldest system of knowledge, the forty aspects of the Veda and Vedic literature, and restored them to completeness.
Sthapatya Veda is thought by many to be the source of the East Asian geomancy system of Feng Shui.
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