VAASTU ANALYSIS OF DEFORMED PLOTS � II
Let us discuss deformation of plots due to extension in this article. Extension differs from expansion which is an angular increase in the area. Extension is actually a phenomenon by which a plot will have an extended portion being a square or rectangle projecting out in any corner of the plot. Extension normally is observed when two plots are formed out of one large plot and when there is a need to give frontage to both the plots. In extensions, again as in the case of expansion, only Northeast extension is preferred and some extensions unlike in the case of expansion are permissible though not preferred.
A perfect rectangular plot with expansion will have only four sides, whereas a plot which has extension in any one of its corners will involve six sides. Also joining of the two sides of extension will create a SHULA or KUTHU which can cause negative and bad effects. As in the case of expansion there can be eight different possible extensions in a plot.
This research article is submitted by Guruji Dr. K. Venkatesan, BE, MTech, EdD, PhD, DDiv