Vastu Rules for Lagna Mandap (Wedding Mandap) and Marriage Hall

As per Vaastu rules, the Hindu Wedding Mandap (“Lagan Mandap”) where the bride and groom get married before the holy fire, should preferably be in the North-East. At the Wedding Mandap (marriage altar), the bride and groom should face East. In “Vastushastra“, the North-East corner is the most important corner as it is ruled by Lord Shiva, and is called “Eshan” (or “Ishana” or “Isanya”) corner. Homes based on Vaastu principles, have Temple or Puja rooms in the North East.

The shape of the Hindu “Lagan Mandap” should be square. The four columns of the Mandap (wedding altar) should be made of wood or bamboo, but not metal. They should be adorned with flowers and banana leaves.

Holy marriage fire should ideally be lit in a square “Havan Kund” that is made of brick and which has equal length, breath and height. If this is not possible, the priest should at least ensure that the fire pit is a square.

In keeping with Vaastu principals, shape of the Hindu Wedding Hall should be either square or rectangular. Avoid halls that are round, oval, semi-circular or triangular.

As per Vastu, entrance to a wedding hall should be in the East. Entrance in the North-East and North are also acceptable.


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