Vaastu Shastra is an ancient Indian science of architecture and buildings. It the science of directions that combines all the five elements of nature and balances them with the man and the material. Pooja Ghar is the only sacred place in your home where you ooze the positivity and embrace yourself.
As an interior designer, I always make sure my clients get the best when it comes to puja room design. While creating the most important part of your home I take care of Vastu according to the client’s expectation.
According to Vastu Shastra, pooja mandir should always harness a multitude of energies through its design and direction. I always ensure what my clients want and incorporate it with the touch of Vastu Shastra.
Some points I follow while making pooja mandir for home or office.
While selecting a place for pooja mandir designs I substantiate that it is situated in the North, East or the Northeast side of the house. Which means one should face towards East/North while worshipping.
A Pooja room should never be made in a master bedroom or on a wall adjacent to the bathroom wall. Always make sure you select a Devghar which you can maintain easily. Wooden temples are a good choice. A triangular pattern of any God should not be drawn in the Pujaghar. Add Diyas with a window in the northeast direction or use ample artificial lights as substitution with a pooja thali.
Now that you have expert tips for your pooja room Vastu guide, it’s time to revamp your sacred space.