Friday, March 14, 2014

Ambiance Ample Apartments for sale at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore - 2BHK Apartments.

Ambiance Ample Apartments Area Range 1148 - 1214 sq.ft., Located at  Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 2BHK Apartments.

Ambiance Ample is located off sarjapur road, surrounded by big players like Confident group, Jain heights, Mantri developers, Divyasree group, Sunny brooks, Rainbow drive, Rainbow residency,salarpuria sancity and many more, the area commands good rental returns with Excellent property appreciation.

Ambiance housing projects presents Ambiance Ample to give you a joy of natural environment, comfort style, safety and quality construction, your Passion towards constructing a home over years comes into reality at Ambiance Ample, All our apartments are exclusively designed to meet your style and comfort, Quality and timely delivery are the only two parameters built in at every stage towards the creation of Ambiance Ample, Ambiance Housing projects Provide the customers the highest standards of design and space at most affordable Prices.

Amenities :

GYM Room
Generator Back up
Rain water Harvesting
Electronic Security System
Salient Features
24X7 DG backup for the lighting for the entire building
Electronic security system
Adequate and dedicated car parking
Adequate water supply from 2 bore wells

From late 1990's it has become easy for people to get more and more financial support for constructing or buying ready built houses or flats, through the financial institutions. Owning a house was a dream in past. But now it is no longer a dream. In the urban and semi urban areas Government and the local authorities take up massive programmes for construction of houses or forming of sites (layout) for residential housing. Vaastu Shastra lays down various norms for purchasing of houses or sites. Let us try to find out in brief, what Vaastu Shastra says about the site or house, land converted to sites by the concerned authorities like Government or local bodies or agencies like Housing Board / Societies etc.,

In respect of the sites formed by Government or other authorities such as local authorities, Housing Boards, Development Authorities etc., there may not be much scope or choice about the suitability of the sites as per Vaastu. However minimum required norms prescribed in Vaastu Shastra could be examined and followed to the extent possible. It is needless to say that Vaastu Shastra plays a significant role in shaping of the Vaastu and itsresidents. Vaastu Shastra refers to the location with respect to the roads, water bodies like rivers, brooks, streams, wells tanks etc., the presence of places of worship etc in the vicinity of the land on which Vaastu (building) is proposed to be put up. It should be remembered here that the Vaastu Shastra was evolved keeping in view the influence of the sun and the earth's magnetic fields on the living beings on earth.

Generally the plot / land which has the adaptabilities of growing crops, fruit bearing trees, medicinal herbs with a possibility for getting source for underground water is considered to be extremely good. In other words the lands which cannot provide any of these, but produce certain undesired types of trees, thorny shrubs are not considered good for putting up a residential building as such lands will always have adverse effect on the residents.

In certain circumstances like when the land or site has been allotted by Government or the local authorities it may be desirable to clear off such land / site from the rubbish materials, thorny shrubs, undesired trees and weeds and level the land and get it purified, which is possible under sacred rituals.

The next stage is to carry on a test for knowing about the suitability of the land for construction as per Vaastu. The simple test is provided for in Vaastu Shastra. The test detailed here under is recommended by Feru Chandra Thakkura in the year 1372 (AD' 1216) in the book in Prakrit language 'VaastuSara Prakaranam'. He belonged to Swetamber Jain Sect. The test involves digging of a knee deep pit on the site and refilling of the same by the material which has been taken out from the pit. On doing so, if the material, after filling, spills over the pit, such site is considered to be extremely good for the owner. If however the material is just enough for leveling it is considered as good or average. However in case the material falls too short for filling up the pit, the site is considered not quite favourable. 

This test is quite simple and assumes importance in view of the fact that the sites these days are generally formed in non agricultural lands. Once the land is tested purified and construction Vaastu is commenced after observing formalities and following rituals it should be ensured that unwanted or undesired growth of trees/shrubs like cactus, carvanda, thorny trees are not allowed to come up on the site as such growth will have disastrous effect on the owner. Regular watch should be kept on the site and sprouting of such trees, shrubs and weeds should be destroyed as and when seen.

location of the site and its contours are considered very important in Vaastu Shastra. The size, shape, location, soil condition, direction i.e., facing of the site, levels and contours are all very important aspects of the sites according to Vaastu Shastra. Every aspect is required to be carefully examined. Generally it can be said that the land which gives the feeling of peace, good health, tranquility, pleasantness and does not get a feeling of fear, ill will in the mind, such site / land is considered to be extremely good for construction of house for residing. This view is expressed by the great Indiana seer Garga Muni. It is absolutely necessary therefore to check up the suitability of the land / site before taking up construction of Vaastu (building)with reference to Vaastu Shastra.

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