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How to select land according to vastu shastra

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When we choose land for house, shop, office, factory etc., then we get many types of land. Which are from this type.

In common parlance, ‘Veethi’ means ‘obstacle’ or ‘obstacle’. The meaning of ‘Veethi’ in Vastu Shastra, though similar to a hindrance or obstruction, is slightly different. In various texts of Vastu Shastra, the meaning of ‘Veethi’ has been taken as Vastu Dosh. Therefore, such a plot should never be selected for architectural composition, which has a gallery. There are many possibilities of building a gallery. For example:- Water makes its way while moving in the ground and takes away some soil with it. Similarly, Veeti also becomes due to traveling or traveling etc.

Like Vithi, there are different types of ‘Vastu’ which exert their good or bad effect on the people residing in that plot. Apart from this, defects found around the plot or on the road are called ‘Vedha’. This can also happen due to various reasons. If by chance such a plot has been purchased or if it is known that the place of residence is veiled, with inauspicious Vastu or perforation, then the measures mentioned in Vastu Shastra should be adopted for its redressal.


There are eight types of Vithias.

Vithiyan, Dhanavithi, Jalavithi, Yamaveethi, Vaishavanara Veethi, Govithi, Nagavithi, Ganavithi, Bhutavithi।


‘Dhanavithi land’ is auspicious and fruitful. Its hallmark is that the land is submerged in the Naikritya angle and the Northeast angle is relatively high. This type of land gives money. After building a house, shop, factory etc. in such land, there is never any shortage of money, money, happiness and peace. A person never fails.

Jalvithi land:-

Emerges in east direction and lowers in west direction. This land is considered to be the destroyer of children. Therefore, the land containing water should be abandoned. If this land has been selected for architectural creation, then leave some land in the west for the prevention of the gallery.

Yama Veeti :-
That is the land whose north direction is high and south direction is sloping. Yama Vithi Yukti Bhoomi is also considered to have inauspicious effects. The reason for this is that this land is against the natural laws. If one resides on this land in Nirman Vastu, then various types of physical ailments continue to haunt him. Vastu Shastra suggests architectural design for this land, leaving a little bit of land in the south.

Vaishwanar Vethi :-
Such land is rich in wealth. Lakshmi does not come in such Vastu. If it is, then there is no stability in it. The hallmark of this gallery is that the land is high in the windy angle and submerged in the igneous angle. It has been said in Vastu Shastra that it is better to give up such land.

Govithi :-
The land which is raised in the west and sloping in the east is called ‘Govithi’ land. This type of land has been considered an auspicious gem for the landlord. In this, especially the desire for progeny is fulfilled. According to Vastu Shastra, the cow should be worshiped standing at the main entrance of the house in order to get more results from the Govithi land. By doing this the desired child is obtained.

Nagvithi :-
The land which is high in igneous angle and low in windy angle, it is called ‘Nagavithi’ land. It has been told in Vastu Shastra that this land is of simple effect. The residents here get middle class economic and social benefits. If this land is to be made with special auspicious effect instead of ordinary effect, then some part should be left blank in the igneous angle.

Ganavithi :-
Such land is high in the south and low in the north. This land should be accepted easily because the health of the people residing in it always remains good. But for this it is necessary that when Vastu is done on the land, then the house should be kept open and free.

The hallmark of ‘Bhootavithi Bhoomi’ with severe side effects is that the north-east is relatively high and the right angle slopes. Due to its ill-effects, the path of Lakshmi’s arrival is obstructed. Apart from this, the householders and other members keep on battling with very difficult situations. Therefore, to avoid the ill-effects of Bhutavithi land, some land should be left vacant in the Naikrit angle at the time of Vastu construction.

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