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Does soil play any role in the selection of a plot according to Vastu?

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posted Sep 21, 2015 by Mahesh Swamy

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Vaastu Shastra says, a plot with soil that has a large salt content is considered as inauspicious plot. The ground water table should be minimum 10-12' below the existing ground level and maximum 30'. It should not have any sanitary back-filled or reclaimed soil or rubbish, bones, hair and other filthy material. The soil should be fertile and free from any decrepit or dead material. The depth of the foundation may depend on the load bearing capacity of soil, the number of storeys that are going to be constructed and the materials used. A house Shouldn't be build on sand soil.

answer Oct 17, 2015 by Hanuman Vastu
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Soil Test
Dig land and check the color of soil. if its
●whitish: auspicious
●natural: regular
●blackish: inauspicious
Dig two pits 2X2X2 cubic ft’s. Fill one pit with the digged soil closely packed, if soil is left after filling the pit its an auspicious land, if its just sufficient than its regular but if the soil remains insufficient then the land is considered to be in-auspicious and shouldn’t be selected for construction.
Now fill the second pit with water, Slower the water is absorbed better is the quality of land.

answer Oct 17, 2015 by Maruthi