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Your Photo and Business Name in your Office as per Feng Shui

There are many people who conduct their business from their own office, such people often display their own photographs in their office. In this post, I will explain how to position your own photograph and business name or logo in your own office as per Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui, so as to get name, fame, prestige,  publicity and prosperity.

Which wall to place the photograph
The Southern Wall is considered to be the wall, which is considered to be responsible for publicity. Hence, placing your photograph on this wall is said to be beneficial, that is if you are desirous of getting publicity and becoming popular and famous.

Which photo frame or border to use
As per the recommendations of Feng Shui, it is auspicious to place your photograph in a red colored photo frame or having a red colored border surrounding your photograph.

How to position the name or logo of the business in the office
If you are hoping to get fame, prestige and good publicity for your business, then as per Feng Shui, the South Wall as mentioned above is the recommended wall.

The name of the business should be in red color [can be drawn, painted or even ready made sign letters or name plate can be used].

Light green or rose colored background is considered more auspicious for the name plate of the business name.

A quick tip- The photographs, images or paintings of an eagle and peacock are considered to be auspicious and positivity attracting symbols according to Feng Shui. It is said that these photographs attract peace, harmony, good fortune and increase the flow of money and wealth into the office or household. The can be placed in any visible position in the house or office or as per the recommendations given in this earlier post on -  Auspicious Photographs according to Feng Shui


  1. Neel ji i have one question.
    Here one Pandith says that a person of his blood family member or to any body outside people not to donate kidney blood eyes for the sake of money,he says its a karma and sin.Is this true..??


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