Aarsun woods bring to you this beautiful wooden puja temple made up of Teakwood . This beautiful puja temple has beautiful dome over the roof and the garland area in which four finials are placed at the corner of the temple. Below the roof there is beautiful leaf carving done over at the roof top. the temple is mounted on the circular piers and at the front of the temple there are two pillars crafted at the front of the temple and there are stairs at the garbagriha which provide the enough space for the deity and for lighten up incense sticks and diya.
- Made from Seasoned Teak Wood (Sagwan or Sagaun)
- Product Size: 22 x 24 x 36
- Internal Temple Height 28″
- Product Code: UH-NMDR-0223
- Fit for your home and office.
- Manufacturing within 20-25 days
Material Details :
Teakwood is the deciduous tree which is used from the centuries for making wooden furniture’s. Teakwood has its own natural oil which helps it to be termite and pest free. Teakwood is one of the most durable woods even when it is not treated with oil or varnish. We always use the old timber in making our products because the timber from old trees is more durable and harder in comparison to plantation grown trees. Teakwood is mostly used in making outdoor furniture’s and boat decks. Over the time Teakwood can change its colour into silvery grey finish when exposed into sunlight.
Teak wood has a very attractive looking straight grain pattern coupled with a rich golden-brown colour. In addition to this teak wood furniture also feels great to the touch, when compared with the newer engineered wood alternatives such as Particle boards, MDF and even plywood.
Teak wood is a hardwood obtained from broad leaved deciduous trees, and it is exceptionally strong, not only when compared to softwoods such as Mango wood or Pine wood, but also when compared with most of the other hardwood species of trees.
With proper care, teak wood furniture lasts for many long years (in many cases over 100 years). This is the reason why we still find antique teak pieces around. If you wish to buy furniture that will serve you, your children and then your grandchildren, then the best option is to go for teak wood furniture. Durability can be counted as one of most significant advantage that teak wood offers.
Natural Resistance to termites
Teak wood has a natural oil content that resists termites (white ants), fungal stains, and also repels other insects that can destroy wood. This termite and insect resisting quality in turn increases the life span of wood, and is the reason why teak wood is superior compared to many other wood species.
High Dimensional Stability
Properly seasoned teak wood furniture does not warp or shrink too much. It retains its dimensions and is a stable material. Seasoning of wood involves drying the timber logs obtained from trees, so as to reduce its moisture content. Well-dried wood is not easily affected by climate changes.
Good Resistance to Moisture
Another important advantage of teak wood is that it has a good resistance to moisture and water. Because of its moisture resistance, teak wood is well suited for making indoor furniture as well as high quality garden furniture.
- Use a table cloth or any good quality cloth to wipe it clean.
- To protect it from fading, avoid keeping the product near windows where it can be exposed to direct sunlight.
- Do not keep warm items directly on the furniture surface.