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Indians in Djibouti are very less. The Indians diaspora does not exceed even 1000 also in Djibouti country. There are approximately 600+ Indians were settled here. Most of them are Gujarat traders. Gujaratis are the old community who are doing business in Djibouti country. After knowing this Gujarat families settlement here some Vastu consultants in Gujarat also tried to settle here. But the Indians number is very less, after knowing this message the Vastu experts in Gujarat canceled their trip to Djibouti country. Their attempts are really appreciated.
Settlement in other countries is not at all easy process. It requires lot of work on the present political situation of the country and resources to live there peacefully and further need some of same nation people or friends. Otherwise, peaceful settle is not at all easy in any other new country.
Very long back our Indians migrated to USA and settled there. Nowadays in India, almost all cities, villages many people went to America and doing software jobs. Perhaps, many people also settled as vastu experts in different states in USA, for example vastu consultants in California, as our Indian population is increasing day by day in USA, many Vastu Pandits has thoughts to settle there and need to earn money. 99% consultants were failed and returned and some were migrated to many other states.
Djibouti, officially the “Republic of Djibouti” is a sovereign country located in the “Horn of Africa”. The country has one of the important and strategic geopolitical locations in the world overseeing all the major shipping lanes bound for Asia, Europe and Middle -East. This is the reason it serves as key refueling center for ships and other Naval vessels. The country maintains strong ties with France and USA and both countries had a significant number of troops based in the country for a number of purposes.
The area of modern Djibouti has been inhabited since the Neolithic age. Also, during ancient times the area was considered as “Land of Punts” and was a vital trading partner of ancient Egyptian empires. The information regarding this region can also be found in Egyptian records. During the middle ages, the area was under the reign of different kingdoms and Sultans (Kings) during their respective periods e.g. Ifat Sultanate (1285-1415), Adal Sultanate (1415-1577) and Ottoman Eyalet (1577-1867). From 1862 and onwards, French started to gain their foothold in the region by negotiation with the locals. The French maintained control of the area till 1977 when a referendum took place and the majority of the people vowed to gain independence from France.
The area covered by Djibouti features plains, mountain ranges, deserts, and highlands. The bordering countries of Djibouti include Eritrea towards the north, Somalia towards the southeast; and Ethiopia towards the south and west. Also, due to limited rainfalls, most of the land is dry and rough and agriculture sector is bounded by small-scale productions.
Services sector dominate the economy of the country and is the largest contributor towards the economy. Agriculture and industrial sectors are limited due to lack of resources, unskilled labor, and infertile land. Due to its strategic importance in the region, the services sector is dominating and is providing a number of services to the shipping lanes and departments. By the end of 20th century, the country was torn by Civil War which had a huge impact on its economy but as the war ended, the political and regional situation is stable and the country’s economy is performing more than expected.
Djibouti is a multiethnic and multilingual country. People of different ethical backgrounds living in the country the majority of which Somalis and Afar. This is the reason a number of languages are spoken all over the country. Although, Arabic and French are official languages of the country, the most commonly spoken languages of the country Somali and Afar. Arabic has also a great importance in terms of religion and culture for the Muslims. Islam is the state religion of the country and almost 94% of the total population adhere themselves towards Islam followed by Christianity whom followers account for 6% of the total population. The constitution of the country also offers freedom to all religious groups in the country.
- Country Djibouti
- Capital City Djibouti
- Area: 23,200 km²
- Population: 942,333 (2016)
- Currency: Djiboutian franc
- Official languages: French and Arabic
- Demonym: Djiboutian
- Government Unitary dominant-party presidential republic legislature House of Assembely of Dominica
- Religions: Islam, Christianity
- Time Zone: EAT(UTC+3)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +253
- Internet TLD .dj
- Djibouti National Bird Not Designated
- Djibouti National Flower Not Designated
- Important Cities: Ali Sabieh, Portsmouth, Tadjoura, Dikhil, Obock, Arta, Holhol
- Famous Rivers No permanent rivers
- Border Countries Eritrea, Somalia, Ethiopia
- Spiritual Places Mosquee Al-Hamoudi, Mosquee Al Sada
- Tourist Attractions: Lake Assal, Lake Abbe, Moucha Island, Day Forest National Park, Maskali Islands, Khor Ambado Beach, Ardoukoba, People's Palace (Djibouti City), Mabla Mountains
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Dear Suresh, I am pleased to inform you that like the way you provided consultation for my home and explained to me all the changes required inside and outside home. I really appreciate the diagrams that you prepared for my home with pictures and arrows showing the changes need to be done. Above all, you explained very well the reasons behind changes you recommended for my home with great clarity and sense of humor. No doubt in my mind, you are the best Vastu expert, I really appreciate your dedication by building and maintaining a very informative website that is helping thousands of people across the globe. Also, I sensed when I talk to you and when I was dealing with you, you follow honesty and integrity and you have a sincere desire to help others - Kotesware Rao - Dallas - USA
We are tech professionals and working in USA. After a year long search we brought the house. After buying the house I started looking for consultant who can help me evaluating the house. I came across Subhavaastu website which has lot of information. I contacted Mr.Suresh and requested him to help with our house vastu. It has been an incredible delight working with him.. He is very detailed oriented person and never compromises with his work. I am typically not interested to deliver the reviews. But after working with Mr. Suresh I decided to share my experience. Mr. Suresh has great expertise in providing vastu consultation to USA property. He is always available through email and phone l to answer questions. I am writing this review hoping it will help other people like me who lives in abroad. Please take advise before buying the house. I highly recommend Mr. Suresh as he has great experience with structure of USA properties and also he provides genuine consultation. I really appreciate Mr. Suresh's help in evaluating our house - Padma - Boston - USA
"I contacted Sureshji to consult on our current home. He was spot on in identifying vastu dosha in regards to the problems we were having. He suggested remedies but we are still looking for a new house. Since then I have been in touch with him for finding a right home for us. He is very sincere and truly wishes better lives for everyone. He doesn’t compromise with quality and is always responsive to queries. He recommends solutions as per location as vaastu rules differ for each country. He is greatly contributing to the society with his knowledge of Vaastu Shastra and dedication towards his work. Keep up the good work Sureshji and wish you success and happiness!" - Megha - Virginia - USA
I have consulted Suresh Garu during December 2014 during the process of buying a house in Texas, USA. I have occupied the house for one year now, and feel like dropping a review regarding my experience during the entire process. I am very much satisfied with the kind of service I received from him. He is very knowledgeable and I was often stunned by his detailed analysis during the course of my interaction with him. He was very much accessible over phone (perhaps more than 10 times for one house plan!) and the price is very much reasonable especially compared with the cost of the house. I noticed his burning desire to help me in making informed decisions on certain things. I have seen some people pretending to know this subject and misguiding those who come for help by saying only what we want to hear. SubhaVaastu is definitely not that one. Finally, I am strong believer of leaving certain things to experts in those subjects. I have been in US for more than 13 years and have seen people doing their own corrections (by reading website articles) trying to save few dollars. Please don’t do that. You would end up in causing more damage. I highly recommend you to engage SubhaVaastu in your next project - Satish - Dallas - TX - USA
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