Google+ Badge

Monday, January 30, 2012



It is always better to consult an expert on Vaasthu before selecting a site for the 
construction of a house to reap the best advantages out of the proposed house. 
It is always advisable to go in for a site which is either a square or a rectangle in 
shape. A spacious site makes the inhabitant rich provided it is a perfect square or
a rectangle. It should not be cut off in any direction. 

It is advisable to acquire an additional site located towards to east or north of the 

existing house. Any amount of investment for acquiring a plot situated towards 
the northeastern part of the existing plot, is not a bad investment. The topography
of the plot reflects on the life of the inhabitant. Slope towards north or east
showers bountiful blessings on the inhabitant. Similarly elevation in land in the 
western and in southern part of the site makes the life a prosperous one. People
residing in such sites do achieve greater things. It is always better to select a
spacious plot so as to facilitate construction of as many floors as one can. 

A plot located at the confluence of two roads leading to east and north respectively, 

straight without turns makes the life of the resident a pleasant one. 

If the plot is situated in conformity with the compass the house constructed, 

thereon also would be set as per compass. However any deliberate attempt to 
adjust the house as per compass, leads to directional dead-lock, because it 
result in extension of southeast, southwest and northwest. Hence if a site does 
not fall in line with compass, the house can be constructed consistent with the 
adjoining road and the neighboring housed. That is why a site possessing a 
straight and parallel road according to the compass must be preferred. 

However, a plot lying by the side of a road leading on increasing northeast, 
is said to lead the density of the occupant for a brighter tomorrow. 
The prosperity and progress in the life of the resident of a plot is directly 
proportional to the elevation of the western and southern parts of his plot. 

No comments:

Post a Comment