square shaped plot is always the best choice. It certainly offers
good fortune to the owner of the house built on it.
rectangular plot of land also proves to be beneficial but all its
corners should be perfectly perpendicular to each other. The owner
of the house built on such a plot always succeeds in all his endeavours.
plot should not be circular in shape as it heralds poverty & penury
in the life of the owner of the house constructed on it.
shaped land is always beneficial for the owner.
Gomukhi plot, (the shape of which is like the face of a cow) ushers
in prosperity in the life of the owner who builds his residence on
such a plot. Gomukhi plots are those whose front portion is shorter
& narrower than the hind portion.
Vyaghramukhi plot (the shape of which is like the face of a tiger),
on the other hand, is not good as a house built on it brings poverty,
unhappiness & relentless labour in the life of its occupants.
shapeless plot, a plot without any particular shape, is always inauspicious.
A house built on such a plot spells unhappiness & fear for the
shaped land is always good as the house constructed on it makes its
occupants rich in character & education.
triangular shaped plot is not favourable as a house built on it, invites
disputes & causes quarrels. Peace & happiness never dwells
in such a house.
broad portion on the north-eastern side of the plot spells prosperity
for the owner.
is a strong possibility of a person going mad or turning lunatic,
if the broader part of the plot of his residence is towards the north-west.
'L' shaped plot should be avoided for constructing a house as the
house never ushers in mental peace for the owner. It is better to
split the plot into two pieces.
the plot is without any particular shape, it is always better to divide
it to give it a different & favourable shape to the two smaller
plots in order to avoid unhappiness, ill-fortune & discontent
in the future.