(Last Updated on : 04/01/2012)
Vastu Shastra deals with the location of the building, geography, topography in order to direct positive energy inside the building and steer out the negativity. There are some simple rules whiles constructing or revamping a Bank.
Bank should be placed in the east or in the north. The main entrance should be located in the east, the north east or the north. It should not be situated in the south east, the south-west or the north-west direction.
The manager's cabin should be in the south east direction. The manager should sit facing the north. Enquiry counter should be in the east.
Cash counter should be placed in the north but the cashier should sit facing the east or the north. The cash should be kept in the drawer on the south side opening towards the north. Cash counter should be made of wood and sun mica should not be used on it. There is no harm in colouring or polishing the counter. There should be no oblique cut to the counter.
The other staff of the bank should sit towards the west. The main strong room, locker and safes should be in the south. All lockers should open towards the north or the east.
Water arrangement should be in the north-east corner, the east or the north. The toilet should be in the west or the north-west corner.
As far as possible, the colour of walls should be light yellow. This is the principal colour of Lord Kuber.
The slope of the flooring should be towards the north or the east.
Record, files etc. should be kept in the southwest room. The stationary that is needed regularly should be kept in the north-west corner.
Parking arrangement should be in the north-east direction. Loan disbursement counter should be in the north-east direction. Cash deposits should be in the counters in the middle of the counters of the north direction. Payment counters should be in the western part of the north direction.
Meeting hall should be placed in the west. The stairs should be located in the west, the south-west or in the south-east direction.
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