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Vaastu Shastra - Area / Plot / Site - Plot Slope:

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Importance of Slope in Plot:

Selection of plot according to slope:
The Plot or Site of construction according to Vaastu Shastra can be divided in to two the North East half of the plot and the South West half. The North East half of the plot is called the Solar half and the South West half is called the Lunar half.

Vaastu Shastra suggests that the Solar half should be lower and the Lunar half should be higher. This ensures the ideal flow of light, solar energy & polar energy. This type of plot brings joy and happiness, good children and all the success in life to the occupants of the building erected on it.

One should avoid plots humped at the center and sloping on all sides. Same with the plots that are depressed at the center.

The north east side of the land should be the lowest side. The land should either slope down towards the North or East, but never towards the West or South..

From the appearance of the surface land is divided into following four categories:

1. Elephant's back:
The land which is somewhat elevated in the south, south-west, west or north-west directions is known as elephant's back. Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi is said to inhabit such land. The occupants, naturally, grow rich and enjoy long life on such a land.

2. Turtle's back: The land, which is elevated in the middle and shallow all around, is known as Turtle's back. Inhabitation on such land leads to greater enthusiasm, luxuries and accumulation of wealth for the occupants.

3. Demon's back: The land which is elevated in north-east, east and south-west directions is known as Demon's back. Inhabitation on such a land leads to loss of wealth and children.

4. Serpent's back: The land, which is elongated in east-west directions and elevated in north and south directions is known as Serpent's back. Inhabitants on such land meet untimely death. They also lose their wives, sons etc. and have lot of enemies.

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