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Is there any recommended proportion of length and width according to Vastu?

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posted Sep 21, 2015 by Mahesh Swamy

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The ideal plot is the one whose length and breadth are same and ideally facing each side of plot to exact north direction, south direction, east direction and west direction, and the house constructed in this plot shall also be ideal. If utility rooms are constructed as per the norms of Vaastu Shastra the foundation should be 9 feet but due to the construction of sky rise multi-story buildings coming up, the depth of foundation shall depend on the load bearing capacity of soil, the number of storeys that are going to be constructed and the materials used. As per Manushyalacandrika, 12m is an ideal minimum width of the plot. Length is governed by Legnth Breadth proportions.

answer Oct 17, 2015 by Durga
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Ideally, the proportion of length and breadth should be 1:1, but it is used for temples only. We can adopt any other ratio which is satisfactory as per padayoni principles and calculations.

answer Oct 17, 2015 by Durga
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1 :2 PROPORTION I.E BREADTH IS TWICE THAN LENGTH

answer Jun 3, 2017 by S.rajahgopaal


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