Vastu plot purchase according to vastu shastra
Vastu plot purchase is very important since the plot represents a fixed form, that will radiate positive as well as negative energies depending on its location, orientation, shape, slope and soil quality. While selecting a plot these five major points are to be kept in mind. Normally a Vaastu Expert is not involved at the time of buying a plot. If you are looking for buying a plot, don’t forget to consider the vastu factor before selecting the plot. A plot selected by following vastu will be auspicious and bring prosperity, happiness, affluence, and health to the residents. Vastu supports balance, symmetry, and harmony in construction. Following are the major vastu factors be kept in mind while selecting a plot:
WHAT IS THE BEST LOCATION OF A PLOT?
Peaceful, calm place with a lot of greenery and good water source with good soil, for obvious reasons. The fertile soil is an indication of good soil for construction. While purchasing a piece of land, it is a good idea to stand on the land and feel its vibration for a few moments. If you feel positive about it, consider buying the land. If not, it is probably not good for you. The Reasoning is that it is always advisable to trust your instinct but make sure you are not influenced by anything or anyone else, for good reasons.
Check the Plot history; it should be a good history. It is best to buy land where happy and successful people have lived. The natural reasoning behind the concept is totally psychologically, you will feel that a land where people were happy and prosperous; has good vibes or energy. Check for the road adjacent to the plot. Plot with pathways on all four sides is considered the best. It ensures health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. The natural reasoning for the logic is because a Plot with roads on all four sides is not abutting any body’s property and hence one can derive maximum lighting and ventilation from all four sides. The next best option is a Plot with roads on the North or East. The reasoning I understand for it is that more light and air can enter from these sides in the mornings.
Plots facing a T or Y intersection, where roads or lanes run right into the face of the site from different directions are called Veethii (road) Shool (Arrows). Since it is difficult to comment on the different permutations and combinations of roads, oncoming roads, directions etc, that form the Veedi Shoolas, let us examine the basic considerations, in naming them as good, not bad, bad and very bad.
East-NorthEast If the oncoming road is from the East, and hits the North-East part of the Plot, it is considered a good site.
North-northeast If the oncoming road is from the North, and hits the North-East part of the Plot it is considered a good site.
West -NorthWest If the oncoming road is from the West, and hits the North- West part of the Plot, it is considered as a not bad site.
South-southeast If the oncoming road is from the South, and hits the South- East part of the Plot, it is considered as a not bad site.
East – Southeast If the oncoming road is from the East, and hits the South- East part of the Plot, it is considered a bad site.
North – NorthWest If the oncoming road is from the North, and hits the North-West part of the Plot, it is considered a bad site.
West – SouthWest If the oncoming road is from the West, and hits the South-West part of the Plot, it is considered a very bad site.
South – Southwest If the oncoming road is from the South, and hits the South-West part of the Plot, it is considered a very bad site.
Surrounding the plot: The plot you select should be fertile. There should be plants or grass on the land. There should be no temple, school, hospital, cemetery or graveyard adjacent to any side of the plot. It should not be situated between two larger plots. A valley or big pit around the plot is inauspicious.
Level of Land: A flat level of the land is considered ideal for selecting plot. A rocky land is considered inauspicious. If the south and west part of the plot is higher than north or east, it brings good luck.
Roads around the plot: A plot surrounded by road on all four sides is considered best as per vastu. A plot at the dead end of the road is not appropriate for construction. However, if the road reaches the width of the plot it will be suitable.
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