Meghdoot Sharon, CNN-IBN
Updated 1711 hrs IST (+GMT 5:30), 23.02.06
Ahmedabad: Dharmendrasinh Jhala, a vaastu expert, has been working on a sketch for the past few days. He has been asked to find out if there is anything wrong with the Congress Bhawan at Ahmedabad. And he has found two serious problems with the building itself.
One – there is a condition called Shailyadosh – meaning bones or skeletal remains of some human or animal are left in the concrete.
And two – there is a problem called Waghramukh – meaning that the building is not a perfect rectangle.
"The building basically has two problems. One condition is called Shailyadosh and the other is Waghramukh. Because of this, no matter how much efforts the workers put in, results are not visible," explains Jhala, vaastu astrologist.
Dharmendrasinh has suggested remedies for this. For the Shailyadosh condition, he has asked the party to put up five pyramids in the chamber of Congress state president Bharat Solanki.
And for the Waghramukh condition, he has suggested that a wall be built to counter the evil force. This is to be done after Holi.
"I am sure after these two remedies are implemented, the results will be there to see," assures Dharmendrasinh. He claims he detected the Shailyadosh condition by feeling the vibrations in the building.
The Congress says that this is purely a religious function and it is good to have good working conditions and that this has nothing to do with the recent electoral losses.
The state Congress denies it has anything to do with election debacle. "This has nothing to do with the recent losses. It is a religious thing meant to ensure that the working place is good," say Himanshu Vyas, spokesperson of Gujarat Congress.