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Cancellation and Rescheduling

Return & Refund Policy for the book (VĀSTUSINDHU: Theory and Practice of vāstushāstra)


No return and exchange accepted

Policy for Cancellation and Rescheduling (Not accepting online bookings and consultation services till further notice.)

For all refund requests, IST – India Standard Time (Time offset: UTC/GMT+05:30) calculations will be considered.



Rescheduling of the Online Appointment Slot is possible against payment of `250, The day of the scheduled meeting will be treated as day Zero. 


Refund Policy for Cancellation


The Day of the Scheduled Online Consultation is treated as Day Zero which will begin as per IST. 

  • Any cancellation done 3 days or earlier prior to the beginning of Day Zero will be eligible for 100% refund.

  • Any cancellation done 2 days prior to the beginning of Day Zero will be eligible for 50% refund.

  •  Cancellation done 1 day prior to the beginning of Day Zero  OR on Day Zero will not be eligible for any refund, because by then we would have prepared the case for online consultation. 

  • Cancellation done after Day Zero will not be eligible for any refund.


 The Cancellation Policy is tabulated below.


Table for Cancellation Percentage


A Refund will be made within 7 working days to the Credit Card/Debit Card, Net Banking Account or UPI linked Bank Account through which the payment was made. If you do not receive the intimation of the refund within this period,  please contact your credit or debit card issuer or your bank for more information. If you have done all of this and you still have not received your refund yet, please write to us at or by clicking here.

Refunds will not be processed in cash.


If we receive a payment failure notice from your bank, the refund will be issued through a demand draft. We will send you an e-mail asking you to call us and provide your name and address where you want the demand draft to be sent. After we receive these details, refund will be initiated.

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”Indian sacred architecture of whatever date, style, or dedication goes back to something timelessly ancient and now outside India almost wholly lost, something which belongs to the past, and yet it goes forward too, though this the rationalistic mind will not easily admit, to something which will return upon us and is already beginning to return, something which belongs to the future.”

                                                         -Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India  

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