Download Vasthu Perimeter Calculator (Ayadi Calculator)

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AYADI TABLES

Ayadi is a technological application for building design and construction

"Adi-Ay" stands for "to analyze the primal energy "Adi" = "Ayadi" or calculation of wave length and to find positive benefits.

Six Aspects:

- Ayam = Income
- Vyayam = Expenditure
- Yoni = Direction of energy waves
- Varam = Day of a week
- Amsam = Quality
- Nakshathra = Birth Star

**Perimeter calculation:**

- Enter outer to outer wall length and breadth of your house.
- In Ayadi table the nearest value will be highlighted which then can be compared to the below Ayadi Chart.
- Make sure all boxes shall be highlighted with green (best) however in the worst cases yellow (middle) can also be used.

**Points to be remembered**

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- Ayam (income) should be higher than Vyayam (expenditure)
- Bhalam (outcome) should be uthamam or in worst case madhyamam but not adhamam in any case.
- Age should be youvanam or koumaram.

- While adjusting values length and width table should be highlighted with green.

**Length and Breadth Calculation :**

- Enter inner dimensions of room
- The top right side is provided with length and breadth table and the best case is when the boxes are highlighted in green.
- The results can compare with below Room size Chart.

Great tool,

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Regards

Pradeep

Easy to analyse.... Great job...

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DeleteThanks a lot. It helped me to compare my vastu arch's caculations

ReplyDeletewhile this may seem to be a handy tool, there are many more ayadi calculations that are required to find a good perimeter for a Vaastu building. Furthermore, the use of intricies of Ayadi and building with ayadi require a great deal of training. If you attempt to use this calculator on an actual project you may cause harm to yourself and the occupant. We are dealing with the physics of energy - don't mess with it. go to www.aumscience.com if you want to learn vaastu shastras properly.

ReplyDeleteSee drmercay, he don't force anyone to use this.u may proceed with ur business.U need money to get ur service.but Bijoy gives it for free..Nowadays nobody will give like this.Hats off to Bijoy for his good heart.

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ReplyDeleteFor rooms, only the length and breadth to be calculated? Or the perimeter Chuttu) also?

excellent nice work..bijoy..

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ReplyDeleteHi Bijoy..Thanks for the effort u made..its excellent..I have a doubt..In all the vasthu calculations they use wall thickness as 24cm.But nowadays we use 20 cm solid concrete bricks.So in the plan what wall thickness has to be drawn..22 cm or 23 cm including plastering as per vasthu..???i am confused.. Pls reply.. :)

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