VASTU FOR PLOTS
The selection of a plot is very important since the plot represents a fixed form, that will radiate positive as well as negative energies depending on its location, orientation, shape,slope and soil quality. Normally a Vastu Expert is not involved at the time of buying a plot butat the time of selecting a plot, his inputs could be very valuable in deciding the right Site. Generally, the points a Vastu Expert will keep in mind while selecting a site, will by default be in accordance with Vastu Shastra. If you already own a plot for construction of house or office, you should still refer to the Vastu Guidelines prescribed for the selection of suitable plot. In Vastusworld Dr.Anoop Agarwal and his team help you while selecting a plot with these five major points keeping in mind.
- PLOT SHAPE
- PLOT SOIL
- PLOT SLOPE
WHAT IS THE BEST LOCATION OF A PLOT?
The peaceful, calm place with lots of greenery and good water source with good soil are the obvious reasons. The fertile soil is an indication of good soil for construction. While purchasing a piece of land, it is a good idea to stand on the land and feel its vibration for a few moments. If you feel positive about it, consider buying the land. If not, it is probably not good for you. The Reasoning is that it is always advisable to trust your instinct but make sure you are not influenced by anything or anyone else, for good reasons.It is best to buy land where happy and successful people have lived.you will feel that a land where people were happy and prosperous; has good vibes or energy. Check for the road adjacent to the plot. Plot with pathways on all four sides is considered the best. It ensures health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. The natural reasoning for the logic is because a Plot with roads on all four sides is not abutting any body’s property and hence one can
WHICH PLOTS ARE NOT GOOD?
It is advisable to avoid a haunted or dilapidated house. The Plot should not be purchased, if in the recent past someone has committed suicide on it, or if there have been several deaths over a period of a couple of months. Avoid purchasing a plot that has been sold under stress. Such plots should be purchased only with caution and proper consultation with a Vastu expert. Avoid plots with lot of cracks or too much wet soil. Strictly avoid plots facing a T or Y intersection of roads. However, in some cases, such plots are acceptable. If your plot is facing an intersection, you can use the corner of the plot that faces the intersection as a garage or car porch etc so that the main house is not facing the intersection or you could fence off that part and use it for some other purpose like a garden or outhouse etc.
Some tips for Vastu for plots are.
- Plot should be square or rectangular in shape. Square would be best. If it is rectangle then the ratio of length to breadth should be 1:2 and not more than that.
- The ground level should be higher in South & West rather than North and East.
- Plots facing North or East are better than those facing South or West.
- A canal, a lake, river, nallah, a big well or pond should be in north or east only.
- Heavy construction or mountains should be in west or south of the plot.