Fuk Luk Sau

Fuk Luk Sau, also known as Fu Lu Shou, represent the three most important Feng Shui Gods of health, wealth and happiness. Since, they are not actually Gods, but symbols of divine star constellations equipped with divine powers; they are not worshipped, but only installed as auspicious They respectively represent for the much sought-after attributes of prosperity, power, and …

Chinese Running Horses

In Feng Shui, horses symbolize YANG Energy, patience, fame and achievement that is why these horses are also known as Yang Horses of success. Chinese Running Horses always represent as charging forward or moving ahead. If you are facing very rigid competitive circumstances, placing a Running Horses Feng Shuisculpture is the best way to bring you victory and fortune, …

Mystic Knot

Mystic Knot is also known as Love knot, lucky knot or infinity knot. Mystic knot is the most popular feng shui symbol in Buddhism. It symbolizes long and happy life of good fortune. It is believed that mystic knot brings lot of good things in your life.  It is one of the eight lucky signs …

Mandarin Ducks

As one of the effective Feng Shui remedies for love, devotion, marriage luck, the Feng Shui mandarin ducks should be placed in the south-west corner of the house, bedroom, living room, work desk etc. According to Feng Shui cures, the mandarin ducks, known as yuan-yuang in the Chinese language, allow its owner or anyone around …

Crystal Ball Green

In feng shui practice, the color green heightens yin energy and fosters a sense of balance, harmony, healing and health. FENG SHUI CRYSTALS are used to stimulate and increase positive chi and auspicious light in any environment.  Where to place For the Indian vastu regarding your North West corner defected and full of vastudosh. Hang the pair …