5 Vastu Tips to follow to bring health and wealth to your home
Each Indian Home has its own place of worship. Temples bring positivity and peace at home. Temples are commonly to be seen in most places these days. Not only homes but also workplaces, hospitals, cafés, restaurants, and institutions; small and big have Wooden Temples.
Having Temple at Home is all about how to instill positive vibes at home and provide a space to connect with the Almighty. We make Temples as per your specifications as well as per Vastu. But there is a lot of confusion and misconceptions about how and where to place the Temple at home according to Vastu.
So, let’s start with 5 Vastu tips for home temple
1. The Height of the Temple
The wooden temple should be kept at a height appropriate to the seating arrangement. It should be kept at a height right at the same level as a person’s chest sitting or standing in front of it. The basic idea is to have the Pooja Idols kept in front of the person. BUY NOW
2. Mandir Material
The Temples are considered ideal when made of wood. According to Vastu Shastra, a temple made of wood is propitious and considered to be more religious. Sheesham Wood (Rosewood), apart from other wood types, is considered auspicious for Home Temple. However, the temple can be made of any wood type. Of all woods, three wood types are commonly referred to for Temple making: Sheesham Wood, Teak Wood (Sagwan or Sagaun), and Mango Wood. BUY NOW
3. Home temple Directions
As per Vastu Shastra, in order to bring good luck at home, we should place Mandir at the northeastern or eastern corner of the home. It is also known that the northeastern side of a house is filled with positive energy. It is important that deities face in the west and worshiper face in the east. The Diya should be placed/lit in a southeast direction. Pooja Room is a precious part of the home and a perfect place for worshiping God. Worshipers should always keep some insulation while praying or sitting in the Pooja room by using a mat or carpet or a small stool (pooja chowki). Full Video here
4. Say no to broken idols
Avoid placing cracked or damaged Idols (Khandit Murti) inside the temple. Also, avoid placing heavy Idols if possible as they might damage the Wooden Mandir. It is considered inauspicious according to Vastu.
5. Temple Placing as Per Vastu
Temple should not be adjoining to the toilet or washroom; not even above or below it. Also, the mandir should not be placed in the bedroom. However, in case there is no other option or you have some space management issues, you can place the Temple at some height and cover it with curtains or a door to conceal the Idols from direct eye contact.
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