(Last Updated on : 11/09/2009)
If a plot in its North - North - West direction, makes an angle of declination of 10° to 20° with its magnetic meridian, it is called the North - North - West extended plot. This kind of plot is considered quite inauspicious as these lead to several unfortunate circumstances.
The progeny of the house owner, living in the house built on this plot indulges in a foul play.
The house owner will have to bear expenditure on constant travelling. And the expenses will keep on increasing.
He will also face unprovoked enmity with others.
The women in such houses dislike to stay at one particular place.
Problems are inevitable between husband and wife. They treat one another with the feeling of enmity. Even they are ready to go the court for the settlement of their dispute.
The residents of the house are attracted to the evil company and acquire all sorts of bad habits. They even do not hesitate to indulge in filthy work.
Someone in the family may suffer from incurable disease.
Under such circumstances, 'Vastu - Dosh - Nivaran' or removal of some defects in the Vastu is the only remedy.
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