In the previous article related to this topic, we had told you where to not construct your house as per Vaastu science. In this article, we shed light on the favourable/ill effects of constructing your house in certain shapes of lands.
Our ancient books on Vaastu have identified 16 varied types of lands and the results of constructing houses on them, which we are going to divulge here.
Rectangular Shaped Sites
This is the best shape/form of land for construction purposes. People living in houses constructed on rectangular shaped lands are highly likely to taste success in all spheres of their lives.
Square Shaped Sites
A house constructed on a square shaped land is indicated to bring stable wealth to its residents. These kinds of lands are more suited for the kings.
Circular Shaped Sites
People living in circular shaped lands are believed to be blessed with knowledge and money. These sites are also considered suitable for constructing temples, marriage halls and educational institutions.
Cart Shaped Sites
The houses constructed on cart shaped lands are believed to bring poverty to its residents. It also brings unhappiness in your relationships with children.
Rod Shaped Sites
The constructions done on rod shaped lands are indicated to cause loss of wealth and cattle for its dwellers.
Kettle Drum Shaped Sites
The residents of houses constructed on kettle drum shaped lands are likely to suffer from eye infections/diseases.
Drum Shaped Sites
The houses constructed on drum shaped lands are considered inauspicious for married couples as it is likely to split your marriage. It also brings discomfort to its female residents. Moreover, it might also lead to infertility or lack of progeny for the women living in them.
The residents of the houses constructed on brihanamukhi bhumi are not only likely to suffer from loss of money but are also indicated to lose their relatives.
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