A good and concise article on Vaastu principles and how to follow Vaastu is given in the following link. It is useful to follow those tips.
The first part of the article is about choosing the right place and see the 'arvana' – or matching with that place. A number of methods are given there from various texts for ascertaining whether the chosen place is suitable for one.
But I suggest the method I have given in my earlier post to find out the 'arvana'.
Readers will also notice that no remedy is recommended for 'veedhi shoola' – a road running in front of the house. Yes, olden texts instead offering remedy for veedhi shoola, ask us to reject such sites in the first instance itself. I am yet to read a remedy from olden texts for Veedhi shoola.
But nowadays we find people setting up a small temple of Ganesha in the place where the road meets the plot.
As I wrote in an earlier post
Ganesha in the north and north west of the plot can not help one.
In this context, I always get thoughtful on seeing Pothys and Lalitha Jewellers in T.Nagar, facing Veedhi-shoola.
But with the fly-over crossing the shola veedhi in their front, I think the blemish is removed. Their buildings over and above the fly –over also is good, I interpret.
But is it good to have such a broad road (fly-over) going in front of them is a Vaastu riddle.
Commercial buildings are supposed to be a little away from the busy road or high-way like ones, in front of them.
In this context, I wish to know whether vaastu principels are followed in Gujarat, by its business community. I know of one Gujarati trader, a successful one who is aware of vaastu principles and sticks to them in setting up his business houses. If others in Gujarat are also like him and if Gujarati traders follow them in their State, then that will explain the extent of success of vaastu too.