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West-North-West Extended Plot, Vastu Shastra
The residents of these buildings will experience a steady increase in the wealth.
 
 West-North-West Extended Plot, Vastu ShastraIf a plot in its West - North - West direction, makes an angle of declination of 10° to 20° with its magnetic meridian, it is called the West - North - West extended plot. The residents of these buildings will experience a steady increase in the wealth.

There will be a definite growth in the wealth of the family. But the growth of wealth is not the fruit of labour nor it is the part of fate. Hence, it is nothing else but the absolute power in the hands of the persons living in this house is responsible for the growth of wealth. Besides, they also have the tendency to amass wealth through illegal means. As these persons become successful and gather power and become successful in politics, they not only earn a lot of money but they are also dreaded by others.

The women in such houses are not only sharp but also active. They can also efficiently handle their business and they always get good opportunities for the same. The persons living here, often, get chances of going abroad.

(Last Updated on : 09/01/2012)
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