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SHAPES OF PLOT AND THEIR EFFECTS

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SHAPES OF PLOT AND THEIR EFFECTS

Square plot
A plot with equal length and width is considered as an ideal site for construction. As per Vaastu, it ensures all round growth, prosperity and happiness. In ancient time, houses were designed around a central square courtyard, for better ventilation, a square plot was considered the most suitable.

Rectangle plot 
A plot having the length and width in 1:2 ration are considered good. If the length faces north and width faces west, it would be considered more suitable. Such plots are considered to bestow good health, wealth and prosperity upon the residents. Like in a square site, it is easy to design a square or rectangle shaped house in such plot with extra space used for trees, outhouse etc and hence is not wasted.

Triangular plot
The Triangle shaped plot is not good. Such sites are considered as sites where there will always be fear of fire. 

Circular/Elliptical/Oval Plots
Such shapes are not considered good for construction of houses. According to Vaastu, such plots would bring bad luck to the owners. 

Plots With more than 4 sides
Pentagon, Hexagon, Octagon shaped plots should be avoided for construction of house. People in such plots always live in fear. 

Gou-mukhi plot 
A plot that is narrow in the front and wide at the back is called Gou Mukhi. Such plot is considered auspicious for residential purpose. Such plots bring prosperity to the house owners. 

Simha-mukhi plot
A plot that is wide in the front or entrance and narrow at the back is known as Simha Mukhi plot. Such plots are considered inauspicious for residential purpose but are suitable for commercial purpose. 

Plots with corners cut
Plots with a missing corner should not be purchased for any reason. If you must, then do so with proper consultation of an Expert Vaastu Shastri. Plots with cut corners are considered inauspicious. 

Plots with projections or extensions
The plots with extension in the North or East or North-East are considered good. Other extensions are considered as inauspicious.  Plots with extensions in the North-West, South-East or South-West are not considered good, they bring bad luck to the owners. 

VASTU GUIDELINES FOR SITE ORIENTATION
Vaastu Shastra lays down guidelines to aid you in the selection of a plot with the ideal direction. As Vaastu is a science, there is logic and reasoning behind every guideline. As a Vaastu Expert, I have attempted to explain these guidelines rationally and scientifically, so that you can decide what you want to follow and what you don't.

WHICH IS THE BEST DIRECTION FOR A PLOT?
In ancient text of Vaastu guidelines to aid in the Selection of a plot with the ideal Orientation are based on Common sense, scientific reasoning and logic. As per Vaastu:

All directions are considered good and each has its own advantages. The only reason I understand is; in any city or town, there are roads in all four directions and naturally there have to be houses on both sides of the roads. Also, the city looks more aesthetic if there are houses in all the four directions. Hence, according to Vaastu, all plots are considered good. 

East facing Plot is good for scholars, philosophers, priests, professors, teachers etc. The Logic- East (morning sun rays) is considered the source of enlightenment. North facing plot is good for those in power, administration and those who work for government. South facing plot is good for business class and for those who work in business organizations at management level. West facing plot is more suitable for those who provide supporting services to the society.

The reason why Vaastu attributes each direction to a different class of people is because in ancient times, Indian society was divided into four classes of people, based on their occupations. But gradually these classes became castes and there was very little social mixing between the castes and so people of each caste preferred being with their own people. Hence their homes were grouped together.

VAASTU GUIDELINES FOR SITE SOIL
In ancient Vaastu text proper guidelines have been prescribed to aid you in the selection of a plot or site with the ideal soil type. As Vaastu is a science, there is logic and reasoning behind every guideline. As a Vaastu Expert, I have attempted to explain these guidelines rationally and scientifically, so that you can decide what you want to follow and what you don't.

posted Nov 23, 2015 by Maruthi

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