Handmade Wooden Temple
Looking for a decent Handmade Wooden Temple in Teak Wood? You are at the right place!
Aarsun brings to you a customizable Handmade Wooden Temple traditionally handcrafted by skilled artisans in the finest finishing. The Temple is designed in an artistic manner and the design goes back to ancient Temples of India. It brings back the rich cultural heritage of India. The Temple is made from Teak wood, also referred to as Sagwan or Sagaun, which makes it long-lasting and durable to withstand extreme temperatures. The Wooden temple has detailed floral carvings all over.
The Dome at the top has Stupa Design carved out at the top which is similar to the Shikhar design at all four corners of the Temple. The Mehraab, in front of the Dome, has fantastic detailed floral engravings which appeal to its beauty. The Inner Mehraab at the top of the Garbhagriha consists of a Leaf design carved in the center with extending petals designs at the adjacent. The extreme sides of the Mehraab have beautiful Swans Carved out.
Let us have a look at the two pillars in front of the Wooden Mandir. The Pillars have elephants carved out in the sitting position and peacock at the top front and sides. The pillars are carved with a sleek fern style design.
The Garbhagriha, the main portion of the temple is closed with jaali patterns at the sides. The Back, the base, and the ceiling are made in teak Plywood which gives a standard frame to the Temple and also makes it a little less heavy. The front of the base has a slider tray for placing Diya / Dhoop and just beneath it are two full-sized drawers. The Drawers have a beautiful floral carving which contrasts the overall look of the Temple.
The whole Temple resides on four lion-leg shaped support. The Temple is hand-polished in Natural Shade and the shade can be changed to Dark Walnut as per your requirement. Even the size and the design can be altered on request as we are the manufacturers of Wooden Temples and Furniture.
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