Vastu: In which direction the banana tree should be planted in the house, know what Vastu says!


Banana leaves are used in every worship in Hinduism. The banana tree is considered very sacred. It is believed that Lord Vishnu and Brihaspati reside on the banana tree. Planting a banana tree around the house brings happiness and prosperity. But, it has been said in Vastu Shastra that if a banana tree is planted in the wrong direction on the house premises, then problems can increase in the house. According to Vastu Shastra, there is a specific direction and rule for planting bananas, if it is not followed then the person can be harmed. Indore's astrologer and Vastu consultant Pandit Krishnakant Sharma tell some things related to the banana tree.


Do not plant a banana tree in this direction-

According to Vastu Shastra, if you are going to plant a banana tree in the garden of your house, then never plant it in the southeast corner of the east or south direction i.e. in the middle of the garden. Apart from this, it has been said in Vastu Shastra that it is not appropriate to plant a banana tree in the west direction.

According to Vastu Shastra, the banana tree should not be planted in front of the main door of the house. It is believed that this does not allow positive energy to enter the house. Apart from this, it also becomes a hindrance in the path of happiness and prosperity in the house.

If you are planting a banana tree in your home garden, then you should remember one thing you should never plant thorny trees around it. Never plant a rose plant near a banana tree. It is believed that this creates an atmosphere of discord and discord in the house and creates a rift in the relationship between the members of the house.


According to Hindu scriptures, Lord Vishnu, Mata Lakshmi, and Brihaspati reside on the Banana tree. If you never let the banana tree dry up, it can open doors of happiness and prosperity for you. Apart from this, always remember one thing that does not accidentally pour dirty water on the banana plant.