Starting work for house construction on Vastu land or laying its foundation for house construction is called Griharambha. The one who provides Dharma, Artha and Kama, removes cold, rain and atrocity and provides convenience and security, is the abode of happiness. The construction of a house as the foundation of such happiness is an important task. Therefore, it should be started in an auspicious time. Generally, in the beginning of the house, only the period of Bhadra, Guru-Shukraast, Adhikmas, Kshyamas, Tithi Vridhi, Tithiakshay, Eclipse period, Sankranti, the forbidden period of Vishkumbhadi Yogas, cruel Guhayuti, cruel Grihavedhadi is taken only during the period.
To start the work of house-building, it has been said in the Vastu texts that starting house work in Chaitra month leads to mourning, wealth in Vaishakh, fear of death in the eldest, animal husbandry in Ashadh, animal growth in Shravan. , emptiness in Bhadrapada, strife in Ashwin month, death and destruction in Kartik month, food gain in Margashirsha and Paush, fear of fire in Magha and building a house in Falgun month, Lakshmi is attained. The months of building a house – Vaishakh month, Shravan, Margashirsh and Falgun month are the best months for starting a house. Griha should not be started from Matantar in Kartik and Magha month.
Auspicious Paksha:- It is best to build a house till the fifth day of Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha except Shradh Paksha and Trayodashdin Paksha.
Auspicious dates:- 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15 are auspicious in housewarming. That is, except Pratipada, Rikta, Amavasya and Ashtami, all other dates are considered auspicious.
Auspicious days:- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are considered good for home beginnings. Sundays and Tuesdays should be discarded.
Rohini, Mrigashirsha, Hasta, Chitra, Swati, Anuradha, Uttarashada, Uttarabhadrapada, Dhanishta, Shatabhisha and Revati are auspicious in the house. In the opinion of some Acharyas, Pushya and Punarvasu Nakshatras are also considered auspicious. According to the direction of the main door of the house, instructions have been given in the Muhurta texts to decide the auspicious constellations during the beginning of the house through 'Digdvaranakshatrachakra'. Shalaka saptake dey krutikadi kramena ch. Vamdakshinabhagam tu prastam shantikarakam. Next page na datavyam yadichhecheymatmanah. Riksham chandrasya vastosh hrgrey-pagee na ssayate.
That is, starting from Kritika, seven constellations are divided into the eastern directions. For the Poorvadwar Griha, there will be the opposite Nakshatra from Kritika to Ashlesha and for the West-facing door, there will be a back-facing Nakshatra. Therefore, Kritikadi is the seven-seven constellation Digdwar Nakshatra of the eastern directions, in them the house start is prohibited in the front and the rear constellations and the house start is prescribed in the constellations of the south, left part.