DIRECTION OF THE PLOT
- Plot facing East is good for scholars, philosopher’s, priests, professors, teachers etc
- Plot facing North is good for those in power, administration and those who work for government.
- Plot facing South is good for business class and for those who work in business organisation.
- Plot facing West is for those who provide supporting services to the society.10 Points to keep in mind while buying a land
- An irregular shape plot should be avoided, (if Purchased Building should be constructed in the Regular form).
- A plot having large tree like (peepal,banyan etc ,Trees with larger roots) should not be purchased as it weekends the foundation.
- A plot situated between two larger plots is not good.
- A valley or a large pit around the land or a depression in the land is inauspicious.
- Don’t buy a plot with obstructions like hills, tall buildings or towers on the north, north-east or east sides as the sun’s rays will be blocked. However such things on the west or south sides are auspicious as they bring health, wealth and happiness as they block the harmful western rays.
- Avoid plots near a meat shop, workshop, laundry, shoe shop, etc
- Rain water falling from the roofs of neighbours should not flow into our plot particularly from North or East direction.
- The plot should not be within twice the distance of the height of the house to any public place like temple, hospital, factory etc. If the distance is more than that then it is ok. The house should be at least 80 ft or more away from any temple. The gate should not face a temple and the shadow of a temple should not fall on the house.
- A plot Shrinked toward North-East should not be purchased.
- Plot with high tension wire running attached to the plot should be avoided.
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