The Family Home of Ananda Krishnan – A feng shui analysis.

On 24/01/2012, in Blog, Forensic Feng Shui, Observations, by Michael Oon

We were on a walking tour of Brickfields in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia recently. The guide took us past a house which he said was the family home of Ananda Krishnan. Who Is Ananda Krishnan? Ananda is said to be the second wealthiest in Southeast Asia, number 89 in the world with a fortune valued at US$9.6 […]

Family home of Ananda Krishnan

Family home of Ananda Krishnan

We were on a walking tour of Brickfields in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia recently. The guide took us past a house which he said was the family home of Ananda Krishnan.

Who Is Ananda Krishnan?

Ananda Krishnan

Ananda Krishnan

Ananda is said to be the second wealthiest in Southeast Asia, number 89 in the world with a fortune valued at US$9.6 billion, He was born in Brickfields and had an MBA from Harvard University, USA. His main business interests are in telecommunications/media (Astro, Maxis), oil/gas and property.

Maxis towers, dragon side of Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur

Maxis towers, dragon side of Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur

Note the “Feng Shui” configuration. The main property is the Petronas Twin Towers (a Malaysian icon) with two buildings on either side. On the dragon side (left), the taller Maxis tower and on the tiger side (right), Mandarin Oriental Hotel. There is a lake in front of these buildings which shows the facing direction.

Comment of the house.

Google Earth Image of Ananda Krishnan Family House

Google Earth Image of Ananda Krishnan Family House

The house is receiving energy from 2 different sources.
1. From the junction on the dragon side (left) of the house.
2. From the River Klang which is passing the house on the tiger side (Right).

The quality of energy from both sources is good. I have not seen a property, which was not designed with feng shui from inception, receiving so much good energy from so many different sources.

It is all about Location, Location and Location.

Comment:
1. I would like to make a point on two statements which keep cropping up in Feng Shui books.
Avoid property in a cul-de-sac
Avoid property near a “T” junction.

This house is in a cul-de-sac and near a “T” junction. This is a house with seriously good feng shui.

My reply to people’s queries are usually “It depends”. I need more information. There are no absolutes, it just depends.

2. Many people try to improve their home with cures or home improvements. My point is that, you can always find another property that will be receiving good energy after trying home improvements. Move to that new property is a more dependable solution. It depends on you. This is the best way to get a home with good feng shui.

Dr Michael Oon

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One Response to  The Family Home of Ananda Krishnan – A feng shui analysis.

  1. S Cheriyan says:

    Dear Dr Michael Oon,

    Re. the above house – I have visited the said house many times in the past when the family was staying there.

    The arrows on the Klang River seem to be along the westward flow of the river towards the sea. It passes on one side of the semi-detached house next door while TAK lived in the house on the side away from the river.

    However, your diagram shows that the energy veers towards the houses.

    I would be happy to hear from you. TQ.

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