(Last Updated on : 21/07/2020)
Vithishula is the road that directly enters the plot. There are several roads outside a property that leads one to the building located on it. These roads, too, are of great significant.
In certain plots the roads approach from north-east side of the north and the east, the northwest side of the west and the south east corner of the south directions. Such plots are considered auspicious for a building or a flat.
Roads approaching the plot from the north-west of the northern direction, south-west from the western and the southern directions, the south-east from the eastern direction are said to be inauspicious according to Vastu Shastra. Such a plot should not be purchased at all.
In case the roads around the plots have dead ends especially in the principal directions it leads to hardships and difficulties of all kinds. It is not a fit place to live in. Such plots are rare.
If any of the parallel roads, in the major directions, has a dead end in front of the house such plot should not be purchased. The holder of such a plot will be subject to tremendous loss, enmity and clashes.
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