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Lucky plants to keep at your home or office

Lucky plants to keep at your home or office

Vastu and Feng Shui believe that certain plants are lucky. Keeping aside the spiritual beliefs, green plants in your surroundings can make the environment pleasant and promote health.

Here is a list of certain plants that are considered as lucky if you keep them at your home or office:

  • Holy Basil or Tulsi is one of the common plants found in Indian households. In Hinduism, the Tulsi plant has a great significance. It is believed that the plant can get rid of negative vibes. Since it is considered as auspicious, the plant can be kept in the North-east direction of your house. Or you can keep it in the East or North direction.
  • Money plant is an air purifier and can fill the surroundings with positive vibes. It is believed to relieve stress and anxiety. The plant must be placed inside of the home in the South-east direction.
  • Lucky Bamboo plant signifies longevity, affluence and pleasure. The plant is kept in stalks. For instance, two stalks are placed for marital bliss, three stalks for happiness, five stalks for success, and so on. Seven stalks of this plant promote the overall development of the family. The plant should not be kept in the bedroom. It can be placed in the East or South-east direction of your house.
  • Lotus temple represents Goddess Lakshmi in Hinduism. It is considered to bring peace and prosperity if you place it in your home or workplace. The plant has medicinal benefits as well.
  • Aloe Vera is believed to relieve negativity from the surroundings. You can keep it in the North or East direction.
  • Spider plant is considered to bring prosperity and health. It is an air purifying plant that is good for the environment.
  • Jasmine plant produces good fragrance and relieves stress. You can place it indoors in the East, North or North-east directions to promote positive energy.

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