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All about Pooja Rooms in your new House

All about Pooja Rooms in your new House

Vastu for pooja rooms is highly suggested because the pooja room is an epicenter of positive energy.

Due to a lack of space or other constraints, it is frequently overlooked or overlooked, but having a pooja room or a mandir at home is a sure-fire way to keep negative energies at bay.

But where do you even begin?

Don't worry; let’s just walk through the process of transforming your pooja room into an oasis of serenity and optimism using Vastu Shastra principles.

Vastu for a Pooja Room, Direction of God Idols, and Colors.

  • When giving prayers, try to keep your face to the north or east. The northeast corner of the home is ideal for the mandir. If that doesn't suit your needs, the north and east corners will. If nothing else works, the West is an option. Make it sure, to avoid locating the pooja room in the south side, however.
  • To get the optimum effects, place the pooja ghar on the bottom floor of your home. According to the Vastu, all the mandirs must not be built in the basements or on the upper floors.
  • Always make sure to place the pooja room on the ground floor of your place to get best of the best returns.
  • - Placing the pooja room under a stairwell or against a bathroom wall is considered unlucky.
  • Mandirs should not be built in basements or on upper floors, according to Vastu. Orient the pooja room to the north-east, east, or north if you dwell in a north or east-facing flat.
  • There is a mandir in the kitchen, living room, and other areas.
  • If you live in a flat or a tiny house, it's natural that you may not have enough space for a separate pooja room. That is the state of affairs.
  • As long as the mandir faces northeast, it can be placed in the living room or the kitchen.

In the kitchen, living room, and other areas, there is a mandir.

  • It's understandable that if you live in a flat or a tiny house, you may not have enough space for a separate pooja room. If that is the case,
  • Having a worship room in the bedroom area is really not a genuine idea. It really can harm your survival. However, if you must, place it in the northeast corner of your bedroom.
  • But, yes you can place your pooja room or your mandir in the living room area or in the kitchen area, as long as it faces the northeast site.
  • When sleeping, keep in mind to that your feet should not point towards the mandir.

Vastu for a Pooja Room, Direction of God Idols, and Colors.

The next step is to find the proper directions for the idols in your mandir when you've found the perfect spot for it. Avoid putting the idols in front of each other as a general rule. The idols, like the mandir in the home, should be oriented toward the northeast. You must make certain that the idols are not crammed together. You should also keep in mind that the idols should be placed away from the walls. Maintain a six-inch gap between you and the walls.

  • Don’t you ever try to use that perticular worship area for any other purpose, and don't store too much stuff there. Always keep that place neat and clean.
  • All the Idols placed in the puja room always should be in the north-east site and make it placed away from the wall, and not facing each other or the door as well.
  • Whenever searching for the best puja directions for your home, do not even forget to consider the location of the mandir diyas, lights, and agni kund. The lamps and agni kunds of the mandir should be situated in the southeastern direction, according to Vastu. You can also decorate the mandir with exquisite hanging diyas, as shown in the photo. The diyas can be put in either the east or north directions. According to legend, placing them in the east will provide health to the family, while placing them in the north will bring fortune.
  • Make sure that the pooja room's doors and windows face north or east.
  • If possible, construct a pyramid-shaped tower for the pooja space to maximise pleasant vibrations. Accordance to the Vastu Sashtra, a threshold to the pooja room is also having It’s own beneficial points.
  • In general, you should refrain from storing items in your mandir. However, if the puja unit has adequate space and cupboards, religious texts, rudraksha malas, thaalis, and other puja-related goods can be stored there. Money, dangerous literature, and other goods should not be kept in the puja unit, since this will detract from the pleasant energy of the space.
  • For pooja halls, white, light blue, yellow, or other delicate relaxing colours are ideal vastu colours.
  • Copper utensils should be used in the pooja room because they are considered auspicious.
  • In the pooja room, avoid photos of the deceased or paintings showing violence.
  • The pooja room door should ideally have two shutters, one of which should be constructed of wood.

Factors to stay away from in the puja room

  • The puja space should not be in the bedroom.
  • If you live in a multistory or duplex home, the puja ghar should be on the ground floor. While mini puja units can be placed in your bedrooms, if you have a dedicated mandir at home, it should be placed on the ground level. This location is particularly good because it provides a nice feeling and is located on the first floor of the house. The entryway or porch area of your home might be an interesting location. This choice of location dates back to the days when mandirs were located on the ‘aangan,' or front verandah, of homes. Make sure your puja unit or mandir is away from the shoe racks, though.
  • Broken idols should not be placed in the puja room.
  • It should not be placed beneath the stairwell.
  • Prayers should be said with your back to the east.
  • In the puja room, photos of deceased persons should be avoided.
  • In the house, there should only be one puja room that is not used for storage or other uses.
  • Sleeping in your puja Ghar is not a good idea.