Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Estates - - FRONT PAGE - The au­thor is a renowned vaastu con­sul­tant, and pro­vides vaastu con­sul­tancy in In­dia and abroad to ma­jor real es­tate de­vel­op­ment groups.

deal with lit­i­ga­tion and se­ri­ous health is­sues. Ex­pan­sion to­wards the south in the Ag­naya cor­ner could have a neg­a­tive ef­fect on chil­dren in the house. Narutya: Ex­pan­sion in the Narutya (south­west) cor­ner to­wards the south can lead to defama­tion and ac­ci­dents, apart from health prob­lems among the women in the fam­ily. Ex­pan­sion in the west in the Narutya cor­ner could cause men­tal dis­cord and un­hap­pi­ness. It can also af­fect the ca­reers of men in the fam­ily. Vavya: Ex­pan­sion of the Vavya (north­west) cor­ner in the west has a neg­a­tive im­pact on fi­nances. Ex­pan­sion in the north in the Vavya cor­ner causes en­mity and lit­i­ga­tion. Men in such houses are gen­er­ally un­eth­i­cal and cruel to women. Ex­cept for the ex­pan­sion on ei­ther sides of the Eshanya (north­east) cor­ner, no other mod­i­fi­ca­tion is ad­vis­able.


Re­trac­tion is the loss of an area shaped like a square, re­sult­ing in L- shaped plots. Re­trac­tion of the north­east causes loss of wealth and sick­ness among chil­dren. These plots pro­duce bad Vaastu en­ergy. Re­trac­tion in the south­east in the Ag­naya cor­ner is good as it helps men progress in their ca­reers. Re­trac­tion in the south­west in the Narutya cor­ner can lead to health is­sues among its res­i­dents, es­pe­cially women. Such a plot is con­sid­ered in­aus­pi­cious and pro­duces neg­a­tive Vaastu en­ergy. Re­trac­tion in the north­west Vavya cor­ner is good, and it helps you ac­cu­mu­late wealth.

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