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My entrance is East 92 degree in north east direction.
Is it good or bad
posted Jan 8 in Home by anonymous

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East 92 degree means 2 degree north, which is good place for the entrance.

However, to determine where does this comes for your house corresponding to the width of your house in east direction, please send more details about your house plan.

answer Jan 9 by anonymous
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Answer : 

According to Vastu Shashtra home entrance should be proper place which given below;

1. The North and East direction is the best entrance for home, flat, village etc.

2. The West direction is second option and the South is third option of main entrance.

Home entrance should be according following map;

In all the direction 3rd and 4th parts are suitable for home entrance (parts are over lined).Here see home entrance direction and their results.

Direction   -----   Results

a. East     -----   Beneficial health, wealth and success in Governmental Work.

b. North    -----  Increasing money, Generation olden wealth and etc.

c. West    -----  Development in business and Industry Development.

d. South   -----  Beneficial for official work 




answer 5 days ago by Sri Bhimanand Mishra
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