Do not construct kitchen, toilets and puja-room next to one another.
The kitchen should not be directly in front of the main door.
Keep all electrical/heat generating appliances in the SE corner of the room.
Keep no broken mirrors in the house.
Mirrors, sinks, wash-basins and taps should preferably be along the NE wall.
The safe should open towards the north or the east. So, keep it along south or the west.
The toilet seat ahould preferably be along the North-South axis. The septic tank can be in the NW or the SE corner of the House.
Avoid having garbage dump, street-light pole, or boulders in front of the main gate or door.
Your main door should not be opposite the main door of another house.
The number of doors and windows should be more on the ground floor and less on the upper floor.
The image of Gajalaxmi at the main door is considered auspicious.
The north-east corner is the face house and should always be kept clean.
While swabbing the floor with any disinfectant, a little saindhava lavana or sea salt should be added.
Students should study facing the north or east.
Do not sit or sleep under a beam.
Do not hang a painting depicting war, crime, unrest, agony or distress.
Construct the front door in such a manner as to avoid the fall of a shadow on it.
Grow a tulsi or basil plant in front of the house.
Do not have any cactus in the house. Having it outside the boundry is good.
Rain water or drainage should flow towards NE-East-North.
Material to be used in the construction activity should always be new, expect in the case of renovation.
Elderly people are always more comfortable in the South-West corner.
The height of the building should reduced from the SW to the NE.
Walls along the SW should be thicker as compared to walls along the NE.
Bhumi-pujan ceremony should be performed before commencing on the construction of a new house and Griha-pravesh ceremony before shifting into it.
Do not have a toilet or puja room under a staircase.
A well in the middle of a house or plot is very inauspicious.