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Can We Construct Houses Near to Burial Grounds?

Is Building Houses Near Cremation Burial Grounds Considered Unfavorable?

Burial Ground near to HomeHouses side by or very near to burial ground is not good. There is a heavy negative force covering in that location, it is not good and may harm to your positive thinking life. Instead of constructing the mansion side by burial ground it may be better to dispose of the land and buy another good Plots in your town. Nowadays many burial grounds have encroached and people are not looking for these principles. For them, there is no answer.

Nowadays many burial grounds have encroached and people are not looking for these principles. For them, there is no answer.

Elders' recommendation is not to buy the edifice side by to the burial ground or servitude ponds.

We never recommend people to buy the lands near to the internment areas or funeral and burying locality.

Generally, sepulture areas have negative energies. Particularly those who have kids may not select the House side by inhumation grounds.

Obsequiousness people heard voices of elders and they may not take the lands near to the obsequies performing lands.

Here we thought to save residents in all ways, we just share our thoughts and some of our experiences, remaining is your discretion.

Home Near Cremation Ground Is Good? - Sudarshan - Hyderabad

Both Cremation and burial grounds are the same. Cremation ground means, the body is burnt with electricity power and Smashan ground means, the body will be burnt with wood.

Cremation or burial grounds, the humans wept for their loved ones. So this is the negative location, it is a painful area.

When cry or cries are heavy in any region, then the negativity will be extensively multiplies. When negativity improved, automatically, the positive powers declined in that home. If there is no positivity in any locality, buying the home or plot is meaningless.

This may be the reason our elders expressed their opinion that Living near burial ground is not recommended. This may damage our Health too.

There is no pros and cons of living next to a cemetery. There is only cons, no pros. Better search for another location and start constructing your dream home there.

If it is inevitable to live near to the cremation locality, then search for an best vastu guru and get his guidance after showing that Sites or home.

Can I Buy the Home Which is 0.5 Km from Burial Ground, is This Ok to Buy?

When there is sufficient distance meters from the burial ground, then one can buy the home. The highly recommended distance is 500 meters.

Minimum 1000 meters distance is very good. If the home is not in the line of dead bodies are moving to the graveyard, then it is truly good.

Kindly get a word from vastu expert, then only decide further.

When a graveyard is only 50 meters from your land, then without expert's opinion don't start constructing the home in that location.

Can I Buy Land Which is Near to a Private Land With Graves Maintained in the Vicinity of a Plot?

Graveyard next to my plotDear Sir, can you opine on the effects of private land with graves (roughly 5 in number) maintained in the vicinity of a plot I am considering? The graves are of the layout's landlord's family from way back and continue to be maintained thus.

The private land measures roughly 225 ft(N-S) by 110 ft (E-W) and is enclosed within a compound Wall. The nearest portion of this compound wall is roughly 10 ft away on the North side from the plot separated by an underground enclosed drainage line. This entire private area enclosing the graves falls on the north side of this east-facing plot. There are houses constructed already on all sides of this private land around this same distance. Kindly reply - Swamy Naidu - Bangalore.

Is It Advisable to Purchase a Home Next to a Private Cemetery?

cemetery next to houseNamaste Suresh Ji, we found a house that's right next to a private graveyard. The house is really convenient for us, but we're hesitant to buy it because it's so close to the graveyard. What do you think about this situation? - Krishna - Dallas.

>>> Namaste Krishna Ji, it's common advice from our elders to avoid buying homes next to burial grounds or graveyards due to concerns about negative energies. These areas are often associated with feelings of unease or superstition, which could affect your comfort and the overall ambiance of your living space. If the house you are interested in is close to a graveyard, it might be wise to consider their advice and look for another property. Ensuring peace of mind in your home environment is crucial, and this might not be achievable if you have reservations about its location near a graveyard.

Can I buy home near to the 140 years old burial ground that is not used anymore?

When a burial ground has been unused for the past 140 years but is still labeled as a graveyard, potential homebuyers often hesitate to purchase nearby properties, even if it's no longer active. Once the idea of living next to a graveyard takes hold, it's difficult to shake off those negative thoughts. Conversely, if the burial ground is far from the plot you are interested in and not within close proximity, buyers generally feel more comfortable proceeding with the purchase.

Thinking About Buying a Home Located Very Close to a Cemetery?

Pandit ji, we have found a house we really like, but it is just three houses away from a private cemetery. We are unsure whether to proceed with the purchase or look for another property. We eagerly await your advice on this matter. - Manvanth - Sacramento.

>>> Namaste Manvanth Ji, The decision to purchase a home near a cemetery is a nuanced one, requiring careful consideration of both practical and emotional factors. From a Vastu perspective, proximity to a cemetery can sometimes be seen as less than ideal due to the potential for negative energies or a less vibrant chi, which could influence the atmosphere of your new home. However, the actual impact might depend on various aspects such as the visibility of the cemetery from the house, local cultural attitudes towards living near burial grounds, and personal sensitivities or beliefs. Here are a few points to ponder:

1. Visibility and Proximity: If the cemetery is not directly visible from the house and is separated by other homes, its impact according to Vastu and psychological comfort might be minimal. This distance could provide enough buffer to mitigate any negative feelings.

2. Local Sentiment and Resale Value: Consider the local cultural sentiment towards living near cemeteries. In some cultures, this is a non-issue, but in others, it could affect not only your comfort but also the future resale value of the home.

3. Personal Comfort and Beliefs: Reflect on your own feelings and beliefs about living near a cemetery. If the idea is significantly discomforting to you or your family, it might continually affect your peace of mind.

4. Enhancing Positive Energy: If you decide to proceed with the purchase, there are numerous Vastu remedies and changes you could implement to counteract any negative energy. These might include adding specific plants, using particular colors, or rearranging the home’s layout to enhance positive energy flow.

Ultimately, the decision should align with your comfort levels and long-term satisfaction with the home. If the benefits and attractions of the house outweigh your concerns about its proximity to the cemetery, and you feel measures can be taken to create a harmonious home environment, it might still be a good choice. However, if doubts persist, continuing your search could lead to finding a property that feels completely right without reservations.

Urban Oasis: Navigating Homes Amidst Concrete Jungles and Cemeteries

  • This is the tragedy of residents who lives in a concrete jungle. We observed many homes and apartments which are next to burial grounds. We understand their pains, living next to cemetery grounds.
  • Coming to your point, if there is a chance to construct your home anywhere else near to this grave land, it is best to follow. Otherwise, check these below points
  • This is private land and it is not a public burial ground. So no other additional bodies will be buried here. Normally, the private burial ground never busy with new additions. Or otherwise every 3 to 4 decades one body will be buried here, this could belong to only one family.
  • This cemetery has a proper boundary wall - This is a plus point.
  • Between this land and your plot there is one underground enclosed drainage line, which is separating your plot and the private graveyard - this is a plus point.
  • Is any trees planted in between your plot and this private burial ground? if so - this could be an additional plus point.
  • In your question you stated that homes constructed around the private grave land, hence, the negativity will be distributed to all the homes, not only impacts your home. Anyway, better to plant lightweight bushy trees in between your home and this private "final resting place". This will block the visibility of the boneyard.
  • Arrange one water fountain at Northeast of your plot, which attracts all attention to this water fountain, not on this private God's acre.
  • Keep Lord Hanuman photo facing towards potters field and fix another Lord Anjaneya Swamy photo to the boundary wall facing towards your home.
  • Avoid using black color at home. Collect some colorful collections and hang them to the walls which should be bare pleasing to the eyes.
  • Use bright colors for all rooms in the home. Don't use peel colors, if the resident is looking for a color combination then they may use bright colors combined with peel colors for eyeball energetic catching.
  • Try to arrange Hanuman Chalisa mantra loop music at your home when Kabristan is very next to your home. Honestly speaking there may be a danger with living humans, but there is no danger with the dead. Unnecessarily don't get fear with Kabristan where dead bodies were cremated.
  • Finally, what we like to express our views here is, if there is a possibility of taking land or home that are far away from Kabristan, then better to choose them, instead of buying land or home next to Kabristan. There is nothing more powerful in this world than fear.

Different Names of Cemetery In Different Countries

Indian Samsaanam and VastuSmasanam: The term "Smasanam" refers to a permanent resting place for humans, often used in India. This word is synonymous with "Smasaana Vaatika," which also denotes a burial ground or cemetery. The usage of "Smasanam" is deeply rooted in the cultural and religious practices surrounding death and final rites in India, emphasizing a place of eternal peace.

Cemetery: A designated area for burying the dead, typically not attached to a church. Modern cemeteries are well-maintained, with plots for individual or family graves and often include sections for cremated remains.

Graveyard: Historically, a graveyard refers to a burial area adjacent to a church. It is smaller than a cemetery and often older, with a more intimate connection to the local community.

Necropolis: A large and elaborate cemetery, especially one belonging to an ancient city. The term "necropolis" is derived from Greek words meaning "city of the dead," and it typically refers to extensive burial grounds outside old city walls.

Boneyard: Informally, a boneyard refers to any large collection of bones or a graveyard, but it's also used colloquially to describe places where things (like airplanes or vehicles) are discarded.

Crypt: An underground room or vault beneath a church or other building, used as a chapel or burial place. Crypts are typically reserved for the burial of specific families or dignitaries.

Tomb: A structure or chamber that is typically above ground, intended as a resting place for the deceased. Tombs are often constructed to be more permanent and elaborate than simple graves.

Sepulchre (or Sepulcher): This term refers to a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, where a dead person is laid. Like tombs, sepulchres are often used for dignitaries or respected individuals.

Mausoleum: A free-standing building constructed as a monument enclosing the burial space or burial chambers of a deceased person or people. A mausoleum is more elaborate and larger than a tomb.

Memorial park: A cemetery that is landscaped to resemble a park, with flush (ground-level) grave markers instead of upright headstones, allowing for a more unobstructed, park-like appearance.

Churchyard: The area surrounding a church, traditionally used as a burial ground. It may include graves, monuments, and historically, it serves as the final resting place for parish members.

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