As per Hindu Vedantham and Sampradhayam, why is Grahapravesh or moving to a new home is prohibited in Ashada and Shravana months?

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Namaskaram! As per Hindu Vedantham and Sampradhayam, why is Grahapravesh or moving to a new home is prohibited in Ashada and Shravana months? Is Vastu Shastra valid outside India? The answer will impact everybody who lives outside India, as we have a totally different lifestyle, weather zones and daily routines? Thank You

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Answer: As is a general practice to avoid doing any thing during the junction timings of Day/Night known as Sandhya, the Ashada month is considered as Junction period for year – i.e Dakshinayanam and the month Agrayahanam is considered the sandhi period for Utharayanam. In addition, the months Falguna and Bhadrapatha too is not considered as auspicious for Grahapravesam. In Tamil, Aani, Purattasi, Margazhi & Panguni are the periods when the Vastu Purusha is said to be in his sleeping mode. But the above specifications are not applicable to other locations than in India, as the climatic, tophographical conditions vary place to place. One has to adhere to the local conditions than sticking to the Indian Almanacs known as Panchangam! The months Sravan is dedicated to the God and doing any other functions is not recommended. Likewise, the month Bhadrapatha (Purattasi) is dedicated to the departed souls (Pithru paksha) and hence considered inauspicous.

Vastu is nothing but Vedic Architectural system based on the scientific motions of the earth rotations, magnetic path disturbances and the other local vibrations of the place in question & the duration of such occurances etc. Vastu can be considered for any location on the earth.

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