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Vastu Tips: This Fish Can Bring Happiness and Prosperity to Your Home

Acharya Indu Prakash states that according to Vastu Shastra rules, keeping Arowana fish in the house is considered auspicious.

Ayushi Raina
Arowana Fish
Arowana Fish

Beautiful, fascinating, and appealing fish aquariums are important in Vastu Shastra. The reason for such a high level of significance is that a fish aquarium in Vastu Shastra serves as a correction for numerous Vastu defects. We know that everything in the universe has some degree of energy connected with it.

If we arrange everything in its proper position, the energy they dissipate will be harmonic for us. In Vastu Shastra, the same logic applies to fish aquariums.

Today in Vastu Shastra, we will discuss the Arowana fish.

Arowanas, commonly known as bony tongues, are freshwater bony fish of the family Osteoglossidae (the latter name is now often reserved for Arapaimidae). The head of the fishes of this family is bony, and the elongated body is covered in big, heavy scales with a mosaic pattern of canals.

What’s so special about this Fish?

Acharya Indu Prakash discusses if keeping Arowana fish indoors is helpful. Arowana fish, like goldfish, is regarded as extremely beneficial in Vastu Shastra. Keeping Arowana fish in the house is considered auspicious by Vastu Shastra.

This fish represents good health, happiness, and prosperity, as well as wealth and power. Vastu considers the Arowana fish, also known as the golden dragon, to be a powerful symbol of good fortune. It also bestows on its possessor happiness, great love, health, riches, prosperity, and personal power. It drives away bad forces. There is a solution if you cannot or do not want to keep live fish in your house.

In the house, you can keep a golden Arowana fish idol with a coin in its mouth.

You can place this idol in your home's northeast or east direction. According to some zoologists, the Arowana fish sit in the foothills and provide forewarning of the approaching earthquake.

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