Know what are the rules related to the broom, keeping the broom in this direction can cause damage

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The broom is used to clean the house and where there is cleanliness, Mother Lakshmi resides. Hence the broom is considered a symbol of Lakshmi. Vastu Shastra tells the right direction and some rules for keeping the broom. If the broom is kept in the wrong direction and it is not maintained properly, then you may face problems related to money. Which adversely affects your financial situation. Know the architectural rules of broom…


According to Vastu, it is always right to keep the broom in the south or south-west direction. Keeping a broom in this direction does not bring negative energy. But never sweep in north-east direction. Keeping the broom in the north-east direction may harm you.


According to Vastu, never place the broom in such a place where everyone can see. Therefore, keep the broom in the open position anytime. With this, there is no smooth flow of money in your house. One should never place a broom in such a place where it is likely to have legs etc. The broom is considered a symbol of Maa Lakshmi. Therefore Laxmi Ji is insulted by feet on her. Due to which money-related problems start coming into your house.


According to Vastu, broom should not be applied after sunset. This causes you to face financial problems. Elder elders of the house also refuse to sweep after sunset. It is believed that by applying a broom after sunset, Goddess Lakshmi is not pleased.

In Vastu, it is always forbidden to keep broken things in the house. Because broken things increase negative energy in the house. Using a broken broom, in the same way, is also not auspicious. Therefore, if the broom breaks, a new broom should be brought immediately. Saturday is considered auspicious to buy a broom.

No broom should ever be kept in the kitchen, this affects the health of the members of the household.

The broom should never be kept standing. With this, Lakshmi does not live in the house. Always keep the broom on the ground.