Clock is an integral part of our lives. With time management becoming crucial for carrying out daily tasks, people have a tendency to glance at the clock every now and then. Many of them get tensed observing the hands ticking away, especially during the morning rush hours.
The placement of the clock in a house is subject to Vastu and influences the life of the residents. The clock should not be fixed at the south, south-west and south-east parts of the house as it will seriously affect punctuality of the inmates. Ideal spots to place a clock are north and east. While the gold of wealth, Kubera, is believed to rule over the north, Devendra, the king of Gods, is considered to be dominant in the east.
The clock should be fixed below the level of door frames as well as doors. It should not face the main door as this would cause stress among the residents. Clocks which are not working, damaged or very old should not be kept on walls. This will spread negative energy in the house and have to be immediately removed. Moreover, all clocks in the house should display accurate time.
In bedroom, the clock has to be away from the wall where the headrest of the bed is placed. Vastu finds clocks with pendulum and emitting sounds as unsuitable as it would cause illness to the residents. Avoid displaying clocks outside the house also.