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Vastu keeps Mukesh Ambani off Antilla


Mukesh Ambani and his family are delaying moving into the 27-storey Antilla, the world’s most expensive private residence, because of a few vastu problems that are still to be addressed. Ambani’s stars, according to his horoscope, and the residence’s vastu are clashing, DNA reported, citing sources.

Antilla Highly places sources close to the family revealed that Amabani had obtained the occupation certificate (OC) long back and Antilla was accordingly given water and BEST’s power. “After it was furnished, a few guests were invitedfor a ‘housewarming’ of sorts,” said the source. But the family horoscope and vastu shastra are not matching, and the family, unwilling to risk it, is trying to find a remedial way out.”

Mukesh’s wife Neeta is a firm believer in vastu, points out another close family friend. “Even, during the IPL, a pandit was consulted before every decision. For Antilla, the Ambanis are consulting their family pandit, Ramesh Ojha,” she said, and added, “While they were told that the occasion of Akshay Tritiya would be perfect, they want to look for a date after the IPL to move from their old Sea Wind residence at Colaba. Remedial rituals and placing of neutralisers to counter the vastu dosh is being carried out.”
Always in the news, the 27-storey structure has allegedly been built on land reserved for an orphanage and belonged to the Wakf board. This case is already in court. “Given this, they want to make sure that all family members get peace of mind.”




Source: May 2, 2011, DNA