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pagodaA pagoda is basically a multi tiered tower. It is built in traditions common to Nepal, India, China, and other parts of asia. Generally pagodas were built to organize a religious function.

It was most commonly used by Buddhist monks. Feng shui which has its origins n China believes that a Pagoda can bring alertness and peace to people involved in brain related activities.

It is a wonderful gift for students as a pagoda is associated with wisdom and harmony. It helps in achieving calm in pressure situations.

As far as the placement of pagoda is concerned, it is best to place it in north-east zone with context to the bagau area.

Pagoda is a great tool in transforming negative energies into positive and therefore you may place it in the area of your house where you are experiencing negativity from quite some time.

For people unable to recover from an illness or those who fall sick quite often, 9 level pagoda is advisable as it is specially structured for bringing about over all development of the person. It also takes away negativities and replaces it with positive vibes.

If you are setting up and office or are already working somewhere then a 7 level pagoda is advisable for you.

There are pagodas of different levels and each level has a different meaning and implication.

5 level  Pagoda – It is a symbol of harmony between the five basic elements (Metal, Wood, Water, Earth and Fire). This pagoda is helpful in clearing away negativities if you are facing problems at many fronts in your life. This pagoda is normally used for name and fame.

7 level Pagoda – It is a symbol that creates waves of harmony and care depicting the seven treasures of Buddhism and the authorization from the seven northern stars. This pagoda is specially used for career growth.

9 level Pagoda – this pagoda signifies wholeness and brings about a holistic change in the person. Feelings of self motivation, consistency and perseverance which subside at times, all resurfaced and the person experiences a freshness in his or her lifestyle.

Dr Rupa Batra

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