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    Krishna Niketan, Primary Section

    Bypass Road, Patna

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    Sitamarhi College

    Mubarakpur, Sitamarhi

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    B.ed College

    Mubarakpur, Sitamarhi

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    Surendra Aditya Enclave

    Bhagwat Nagar, Kankarbag, Patna

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    Patna Central School


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Welcome To Our Website

"Sulabh Building Designer" is dedicated to environment friendly sustainable architecture and to bring client's dreams and aspirations into reality. Since the inception of the firm in the year 2002 "Sulabh Building Designer" has developed into one of the innovative and respected firm. SPA has completed more than 875 projects ranging from individual houses to large townships, from small shops to huge commercial complex & corporate offices.
    We strongly believe that the architecture is to create spaces which shall not just satisfy the functional needs of the users but shall become their companion in sharing the unforgettable moments in their life.
    We also believe that the architecture shall belong to the geographical location, the culture, the climate and the era in which it is built. Our designs stress on using vernacular material in a contemporary style. Which we call The Contemporary –Vernacular Architecture.

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Arvind Prasad


There are various aspects like the placement of the main door, the placement of the main windows, the direction of the main door and so on. A person enters the home through the main door and hence the main door should produce positive energy each time a person walks in. This positive energy from the main door is correlated to the entire portion of the home. An entrance door should be positioned in a way where it can activate the most beneficial energy.

  • Have the main entrance door as the largest door in your home.
  • The main door should be opened inside and should be clockwise.
  • Do not have self-closing doors.
  • The main door should have a threshold.
  • Do not have creaking doors.

The vastu principles suggest that there should be two doors, one for entry and another one for exit. The exit door should be smaller than the entrance door. This will let the fresh air enter in the home.