(Last Updated on : 26/12/2011)
It is quite customary to have roads in front of a building. However one may not know that even the roads can have an impact on a building. Even they emanate positive and negative energies. Hence it is important that the right kinds of roads are built in front of an establishment. As far as circular roads are concerned Vastu Shastra advises to avoid them.
If any of the parallel roads of the plot is circular to a large extent such plots should not be purchased.
If the road running from the eastern direction to the northern direction is circular around a plot it will lead to financial losses but marginally.
If the eastern road is circular and leads towards the south then the residents will face numerous troubles. There will be clashes in the house and the head of the family is said to turn evil or demonic.
If the circular road around the plot runs from the south to the west, promotion will be pending and business does not flourish.
If the circular road leads from the north direction towards the west direction it will lead to unwanted and unnecessary enmity. Health deteriorates and the debts keep on piling.
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