Another fascinating Bell Temple handcrafted by skilled craftsmen of Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Aarsun has a wide range of temple designs that can be customized as per your requirement.
This is certainly a wonderful example of how a few changes in a Temple can change the whole look and feel of the design. The design is very close to the Door Temple with Bell design of ours. The Temple you see here is a smaller version. When compared, you can see that the Temple is smaller in height, has single full-length drawer at the bottom instead of 4 drawers and painted in white deco paint instead of the natural polish.
These changes gave us a whole new design which not only looks different but also changes the theme of the design. And this is the story of most of our designs as we specializes in customization. At Aarsun, you can have doors from one unit, sides from the other, drawers and dome from entirely different unit and make something that is exclusive only to you.
The Door Mandir with Bells has a Single Large Shikhar at the tip with 4 bails on the corners. It has 2 panel doors in front with 30 real brass bells placed inside the square openings. The bottom area consists of a slider tray/diya tray for placing dhoop/diya and a full length drawer. The whole structure is supported on 4 round legs that keeps it an inch or more away from the ground.
This 4 feet unit can be placed inside a room or a hallway and is apt for those who wishes for a temple with closed doors as being suggested by many according to Vastu Shastra (The Science of Architecture). We at Aarsun, always try to keep in mind the requirements of a home and the client. We always wants the temple to resonate the requirements of a buyer.
Each unit is carefully handcrafted keeping in mind the dimensions. Only after careful suggestions being made to the buyer and satisfying the customer needs, we start working on the temple. The Temple takes around 4-5 weeks in the making and sometimes more, but the final output is definitely worth waiting.
The Door Mandir with Bells is handmade exclusively using Teak Wood which is the hardest of all the hardwoods available in India. The mandir is durable, long lasting and is weather resistant because of the Teak Wood. Teak wood is known for its durability, termite resistivity and longevity. The teak wood temples lasts very long and they can be re-polished or repainted even after decades without the fear of damaging the design.