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Home truth: The key to bliss is in the stars

PTI | ByAsmita Aggarwal
May 27, 2004 02:54 PM IST

Bihar born and Mumbai settled astro-architect Neeta Sinha says every house has a horoscope. Her clientele includes Big B and Shah Rukh Khan.

Bihar born and Mumbai settled astro-architect Neeta Sinha says every house has a horoscope. And there are quite a few among the high and mighty who agree with her. After all, Sinha’s clientele is envious – it includes Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.

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"I don’t like to misguide my clients or make them handicapped with the science of Vaastu. I studied astrological horoscopes when I first shifted to Mumbai from Patna in ’84. The renowned Dr LN Kusuma was my neighbour and he made a few predictions about my family that were absolutely true. And then there was no looking back. I learnt the art of making kundalis for the home from Dr Kusuma for seven years before he died," says Sinha, who is an established name today.

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She believes that one can fill the house with positive energy by aligning the human energy field or aura with the universal energy field. Sinha uses Feng Shui as remedial measures in the house and is probably the only woman in the country who can make a horoscope for a house. And that’s the reason why she has an impressive client list that begins with the Ambanis and goes on to several Bollywood celebs like Shah Rukh, Manisha Koirala and Karan Johar.

"When I make the horoscope for the house I take into consideration the number of people staying, legal owner of the house, whether it’s company or individual owned. Based on all these findings I make a kundali of the house," says Sinha.

And when Sinha has to take corrective measures she uses "chimes, mirrors, colours and plants because each of these hold significance," she says.

Drooping money plants must be put in places that are constantly creating problems as they take away negative energy, while the colour red enhances energy much like mirrors in the home that increase the flow of energy. "Chimes, like the payals and bangles that women in the past used to wear, create activity in the house. Sounds have vibrations, so chimes say that this house is full of activity and is happy," says Sinha.

Practicing now for over 17 years, Sinha’s parting shot is simple: "Science will only help you if you think positive, so go ahead and face the world with confidence."

— You can call Neeta Sinha at 09821118755 or email atneetasinha@vsnl.com

Tips To Generate Positive Vibes In Your Home:

Drawing Room: Reflects your personality, so choose a colour to match your profession (eg: Journalists should try green, ruled by Mercury)

Kitchen: Light a ghee ka diya in the evening and place it near a water body for positive energy

Bedroom: You should lie

with you head in the east or south direction

Study: Muted colours (beige, butter etc), avert distraction

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