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This woman entrepreneur from Bengaluru is guiding people to succeed through Vaastublessings

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A woman entrepreneur who stays in Bengaluru was always attracted towards the richness of Indian culture and the Vedas. She believed that the Indian culture and scriptures were rich enough to show way to the world and cure people of the problems plaguing them. Want to know more about her? Continue reading…


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Passion turns into profession

Dr Aarushi Sadhotra Manhas who resides in Bengaluru has been pursuing her passion by guiding people on Vastu Shastra and helping them to sort out their pressing problems that have been blocking their success path through her company Vaastublessings.

What is Vaastublessings?

She told Chalgenius that Vaastublessings is a consultancy to help people seeking advice on vastu for their house, lands, restaurant, clinics, shops, factories, farmhouses, flats, villas etc. Apart from giving direct consultancy to clients, she has also been giving services to leading architects and interior designers.

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Why Vastublessings?

Aarushi who hails from Jammu says that she had a hobby since childhood about reading Vastu Shastra, “It was a hobby initially and I felt so good, whenever science gave thumbs up on the facts which were written thousands of years ago by our intellectual sages. There was some trust I had in our history and ancient wisdom and curiosity to understand the “how” of Vastu Shastra, pushed me deep in studies and research in this field,” she told Chalgenius.

Superstition about Vastu

She was also upset when people related the vedic practices to superstition and titled the scriptures as nicely articulated ancient story books. She wanted to create awareness among people that Vastu is no superstition but pure science based principles.
“Soon after embracing motherhood, priorities changed and my child became my priority but still I had enough time to practice my hobby so I started reading and taking up courses in Vastu Shastra and ended up doing Ph.d in Vastu,” Aarushi added. She had been practising vastu for the past four years but she founded the company in 2018.

Why Vastublessings?

She counts spontaneity in proving solutions, quick reverts, honest suggestions, effective remedies and personal interest in clients’ problems, “I follow up with clients to understand if the problem is resolved instead of vice-versa. Even post consultation I am always available for my clients to discuss their issues,” she added.

Authoring a book

The young woman entrepreneur is also about to launch a book which is going to be about vedic ways for pregnancy. It’s on hold due to the recent pandemic.

Dr. Aarushi Sadhotra Manhas
Contact: 8527198231
https://vaastublessings.business.site
https://www.facebook.com/Vaastublessings-296544551003543/?ref=bookmarks
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