Get Your Pooja Room Festive-Ready!
An integral part of many Indian homes, the pooja room is where most of the people worship and seek blessings from various gods and goddesses. Thanks to the auspicious festivals, this space will be the centre of attention in the coming months. Therefore, the room is expected to look clean, elegant and divine.
To help prep you for the festive season, we take you through the process of making your pooja room an oasis of calm and positivity, based on the principles of Vaastu.
According to Vaastu, the north-eastern or eastern corner of the home is recommended as the area of worship as it is associated with peace and prosperity.
Therefore, if you are moving into a new home or building a new one, construct the pooja room facing east or north-east.
Install a wooden door to this space. It could be a grand one with ornate elements or a simple one with bare ethnic touches.
However, if you wish to give a facelift to your existing pooja room, then our Vaastu experts have some interesting pooja room painting ideas. They swear by rich, earthy wall colours. You can explore our new range of Silk GlamArt Designer Finishes. The collection flaunts rich designer finishes that can serve as the perfect backdrop for the pooja room.
You can choose from unique textures such as Artistic, Silver Fire, Veins, Marble, Impressio, Wavy, Spatulato, Radiant Glow, Inferno, Flora, Frost, Autumn, Mirage and Mist.
You can bring home a new pooja mandir for a fresh, new look. To highlight all the architectural details of the mandir, you can install a back-lit wall.
To liven up and add sparkle to this sacred space, you can hang golden accessories and install hanging diyas. To enhance the overall appeal of the space, you can adorn the mandir with fresh flowers and garlands and place diyas all around.
With these pooja room Vaastu tips, we hope positivity reigns supreme in your home.