The sweeping of one’s own house means that poverty is in store for him. The sweeping out of another’ house means he will acquire much wealth from the owner of that house.
A house which is plastered symbolizes a grave. If a person sees himself imprisoned in a new, plastered house which is unknown to him then such a house represents his grave.
An unknown and unplastered house symbolizes a woman.
If a person sees himself entering an unknown house and climbing the upper protions of the house, it means he will marry some woman who will be a means of prosperity for him.
If a person sees himself owning a house which is not strange to him, it means he will soon find a wife for himself. Sometimes, the mere seeing of a house suggests a persons material wealth and assets.
The building of a house in an unknown locality suggest that the beholder will accomplish good deeds and that he will secure for himself a favourable position in the hereafter.
If a person sees himself demolishing an unknown house, it suggest that all his previous anxieties have been removed and that all his sins and evil doings are revoked. But if the house is known to him, it suggest that he will lose all his worldly possessions due to his evil doings and squandering. If […]
If a person sees himself owning a house known to him it suggests that he will acquire worldly gains proportionate to the spacious ness, attractiveness and elegance of such a house.
Seeing one’s house or its foundation extended means that the beholder’s wealth and assets will increase in proportion to the extensions.
Seeing one’s house in ruins or raised to the ground means that his future will be ruined as a result of his evil deeds.