Nowadays, there is a lot of interest in architecture. Basically, people try to follow the architecture when building a house. However, for the best architecture, it is important to pay attention to the choice of land.
In ancient Vedic architecture, the following things have been discussed in depth to allocate suitable and unsuitable land for the construction of houses and commercial buildings. By classifying the land on the basis of soil color, uniformity, yield, direction, it is explained what kind of land is suitable for what purpose. Here are some important information and tips mentioned by architect Acharya Vasudev Shastri in his book ‘Vedic Science’.
Depending on the color of the soil
The color of the clay used in the construction of the house is tested in five ways based on architecture.
- It is known as Ghaderi Brahmani as it is soft to the touch, loamy to the touch, and sweet in taste. Building a house in such a place brings happiness and peace.
- Such a plot is considered the best.
Chhetriya Ghaderi is a land with red soil, a little hard to the touch, leathery, lumpy, cracked and cracked on top.
- Such a plot is invigorating, fast and enhances heroism.
- Such a watch is considered excellent.
Yellow and green colored, medium hard soil that is not too hard or soft to the touch, sour and sour taste is called prostitute ghaderi.
- In such a building can be built for industry and trade.
- Ghaderi is called Shudra Ghaderi, which is very hard to touch, has a hard black color and has a bad taste.
- Such a plot is not considered good for housing. It is best to build a commercial building.
- It is considered auspicious to build a school, campus and other education building in a land mixed with color, fragrance and condition.
- Vaishya land is considered to be the best for everyone from Kshatriya land mills to factories, forts, barracks, training centers, business areas, business establishments, factories, warehouses, markets etc.
- Shudra land for hard iron, cement industry and
On the basis of equality
In material science, ghaderi can be divided into four main types on the basis of flatness.
Ghaderi, which is high in the middle and sloping on all sides, is called Kurmaprishta (Kachuwa Dhade) Ghaderi. Building a house on such land brings happiness, prosperity, joy and strength in life.
Ghaderi which is raised at four corners and has a normal low in the middle, is called Ghajpristha (Hattidhade) Ghaderi. Living in such a place increases life, health, knowledge and wealth.
Which is high to the east and low to the west. Such a ghaderi is called daityaprishta (daityadhade) ghaderi. Building housing in such a place is harmful. This creates problems especially for the quadrupeds, the offspring and the economy.
Ghaderi with long spring in the west-east, low in the middle and high in the south-north is called Nagpristha (Nagdhade) Ghaderi By building a house in such a situation, the health of the housewife, relatives and siblings will be affected. Apart from the four main types of Ghaderi, it is also divided into Govithi, Gajavithi, Yamavithi, Bhootvithi, Vaishwanarvithi, Dhanvithi etc.
On the basis of correspondence
Soil, rock, gas, minerals and water are coordinated in the land. The soil is of different types with different rocks and leaves. While digging in the same place, different letters are found. Land can be classified into four parts on the basis of letters,
Land with hard leaves is called hard land. Such land does not collapse even if water accumulates. Such land does not burst into pieces. It is best to build housing on such land.
Normal land is a land that can absorb water from the sky to some extent and is soft and not cracked. It is said that it is normal to build houses in this way.
A land with sand, small stones mixed, rough, sandy, rocky, hard soil for four to seven weeks is called gangrene land. Such land is considered excellent for housing.
Soil with thick soil, soil of different colors, pale land