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Vastu colour style book from Nerolac


Kansai Nerolac Paints Limited has launched Vastu Colour Book – a comprehensive colour guide for the paints to be used, based on the principles of Vastu.

The launch took place at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai, on March 19, 2010, at the hands of Anuj Jain, VP – marketing and sales (decorative), Kansai Nerolac, in the presence of renowned Vastu consultant Dr Raviraj Ahirrav.

The book is designed with a special focus on the impact of colours on Vastu of a particular space.

The Vastu colour book outlines the colour palette for each room of the house, and the colours have been selected keeping in mind the universal directions ­– North, North-West, North-East, South, South-West, South-East, East and West.

It provides an indepth analysis of colours and their relationship with Vastu. The book has a Vastu Colour Tool that is embedded with a magnetic compass.

The colour tool helps to ascertain colours that need to be used for each direction, as well as the placement of objects. The entire package is made suitable for both home owners and tenants.

“Vastu has considerable acceptance among urban Indians, who consult it before constructing or refurbishing a home. Kansai Nerolac recognised this need and introduced a unique book on Vastu and colours after a three-year-long research on identifying room colours according to Vastu,” said Jain.

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