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Earn More Money- Vastu Tips to impress Lord Kuber

Vastu tips to impress the Lord of Wealth and prosper in life

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  • Vastu Shastra plays a significant role in improving your standard of living.
  • Vastu tips like right placement of different materials would help you prosper.

It is important to impress the Lord of Wealth, Kuber for earning more money. However, Lord Kuber does not get easily impressed, you need to work your fingers to the bone.  Science has proven that the traditional Hindu architecture system, Vastu Shastra (science of architect) affects the luck of the individual or the family. It enhances your standard of living.

Below are some Vastu Shastra tips for impressing the Lord of Wealth!

Vastu Tips For Wealth:

  • Place the money Locker in the South or South-West direction
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Locker should be in the south or south-west direction. Pixabay

The jewelry and cash kept in the money lockers should always be in the south or south-west direction. It is said that Lord Kuber lives in the northern direction and if, the locker is opened towards the north, the god will shower wealth on it.

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  • The money locker should not be placed under a sharp focus light

Money locker being the most important thing of your house, should be kept in a calm space. It cannot be placed under a sharp focus light, as it shows that the family is going through a tough time.

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  • Place the locker in front of a mirror

It is stated that keeping a mirror in front of the money locker would double the wealth you have, as the locker’s image gets reflected in it.

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  • Position of staircase for prosperity
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Staircase should not be built in the north-east direction. Wikimedia.

The staircase should not be built in the north-east direction, as this portion attracts the greatest money and money; thus, it needs to be clutter free.

Also Read: Vastu Shastra: Why is it Regarded as the Science of Architecture?

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  • Land purchasing

While purchasing a plot of land, one must see that there is no high-rise building or temple in the north-eastern direction as it acts as an obstruction in the flow of wealth. If purchasing a land in such a situation is unavoidable, then you must ensure that the building does not cast a shadow on your land.

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  • Tree plantation in the South-West
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Tree plantation should be in the south-west. Pixabay

Vastu Shastra Gurus have suggested that planting trees in the South West region would bring good wealth and fortune in the family and prevent mishaps.

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  • House should be neat and clean

Ever wondered why people say that Goddess Lakshmi resides in the house of those, who keep their houses clean? Vastu Shastra Experts have suggested that the main entrance of the house must always be clean, as it’s an invitation to Lord Kuber and Goddess Lakshmi.

-by Megha Acharya of NewsGram


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As the capital markets and businesses in India evolve, winners and losers in highly competitive markets will get determined by a variety of factors, including sources of funds. Pixabay

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The one trend that has been in focus throughout the asset management industry, especially the private equity world, has been that of “permanent capital”. This is broadly defined as access to funds for long periods, instead of the usual seven to ten-year fund horizon that has been the norm in the private equity industry. Permanent capital funds focus less on exiting investments in a defined period – and the emphasis is more on generating potential long-run investment returns.

Investors have generated permanent capital through a variety of strategies. Some large investors such as the likes of Blackstone, Apollo & KKR have utilised Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) to generate capital they can then invest strategically. Apollo has also generated permanent capital through investing and managing assets for a retirement solution focused annuity business called “Athene”, which, through its annuity business, generates significant cash that Apollo has utilised to generate returns.

Access to a constant pool of capital has helped boost returns for both the capital provider and capital allocator.

The essential point to learn is that a higher degree of permanent capital allows businesses to access opportunities for longer time-periods, ride out periods of high market volatility and, most importantly, acquire assets at attractive valuations when rivals are unable to do so due to unfavourable market conditions or internal distress.

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To frame the argument differently, firms that can have greater permanency to their capital or can unlock sources of permanent capital will have distinct advantages over their rivals. Pixabay

The lessons and advantages from permanent capital apply as much to companies as they do to asset managers. The vital question businesses must ask is whether they are building sources of permanent capital or, even better, are they improving the stability of cash flows available to the business – especially with a view on the next market downturn.

For a company or conglomerate, “permanency” of capital can be obtained through access to businesses that provide stable incoming cashflows. For instance, a firm focused on high-risk-return projects in the biosciences field must continuously evaluate whether it has a portfolio of royalty-generating patents that provide it with mission-critical capital inflows.

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In a world where factors such as specialisation, patents and vertical integration can provide competitive advantages to firms, so can greater access to permanent capital. To frame the argument differently, firms that can have greater permanency to their capital or can unlock sources of permanent capital will have distinct advantages over their rivals.

For companies to succeed through permanent capital vehicles (PCVs), whether through private company platforms or structures such as Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), the aim must be long-term value-creation and not just short-term capital raising.

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For instance, a firm focused on high-risk-return projects in the biosciences field must continuously evaluate whether it has a portfolio of royalty-generating patents that provide it with mission-critical capital inflows. Pixabay

Creating market credibility through both efficient capital usage and managing investor relationships is vital. For businesses that are exceptional operators, PCVs are the avenue to partner with patient capital providers to generate value for all.

For investors looking towards emerging markets such as India, PCVs are essential, especially in the context of relatively lesser secondary market liquidity, longer investment horizons for value generation and smaller size of debt capital markets. The utilisation of PCVs to hold on to investments longer for value creation could be a vital factor. However, it will be crucial that PCVs, when utilised by investors or companies to raise and manage capital, avoid the issues that have been prevalent in some cases.

The focus must be on long-term value creation and not on capital “extraction”. Therefore, the PCVs must be structured to incentivise the operators to maximise long-term value and not focus on merely creating large investment vehicles to generate high fees.

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