The right spot to find a custom-made mandir for your residence. Whether you’re looking for an ornate jaali or a modern mandir that can fit into a small space, we can help. Regardless of whether you want basic or elaborate corners, your home will be able to fit both.
You can create your pooja mandir (temple) at home using the following materials and instructions:
What you’ll need to build your own DIY Temple:
Two white foam boards, Brown adhesive shelf liner, paper towel rolls, scissors, wooden accents, and adhesive stickers: are included in this set.
How to build a temple at home:
- Get a cardboard box that fits your needs.
- Cut all but one of the horizontal flaps.
- Take a tape measure to the entire surface area. Keep the adhesive paper cut to size.
- Afterward, straighten the flap and cut the foam board by the required dimensions.
- After painting the wooden items to match the paper, put them away to dry.
- The Foam board should be covered with sticky paper.
- To secure it, use a hot glue gun or fevicol.
- Afterward, measure and cut each roll to fit into the box.
- Attach a piece of adhesive paper to the surface.
- Hot glue or fevicol can be used to secure the rolls in place.
- Now, place the patterned wooden accents on top of the box.
- Use the stickers to adorn the temple.
- Insert the LED into the cavity.
- A stunning temple has been completed, bring beautiful Brass Idols and is now available for visitors.
• All supplies may be found in any craft store.
• The carton can be used to change the size and height of the Mandir to suit your needs.
• If you’re relocating, it’s lightweight and portable.
More Concepts for a Mandir
In the Corner of Your House Using Jaali Panels
Jaali panels are an excellent addition to any pooja room in Indian Home Decor. Although it works well in any living area, a wood-finished TV unit works best with this style. This white-and-wood pooja unit has a great aesthetic value because lattice looks its best in laminate or wood. To store puja supplies, the drawers can also be used.
A home temple made of carved wood
Now is the perfect moment to use that unused nook in your living room. Set up an attractive and traditional pooja unit in a corner with jaali work and a dome. Having a soft-focus light in the room will transform the corner, so make sure you have one.
A modern pooja room with an open living area as its backdrop
Indeed, a modern living room with Scandinavian design and sleek furnishings would not be a good fit for a pooja unit? You’d better rethink that! A wall niche can be transformed into a small mandir with the addition of a base unit and some beautiful lights. Choose neutral colors and clean lines to fit the modern design style nicely.
Keep things simple with a wall-mounted mandir
Most of us have a bare wall in our living room that may be used somehow. Place your deity in this location. A basic, low-height base cabinet with drawers and brass bells adorns this otherwise overlooked corner in this great design.
Make a place for your temple in your home
Is anyone up for an in-home pooja room? To make a mandir, you’ll need a distinct area in your living room that can be converted. This setting calls for a stunning marble unit with matching separators. Even though it has an open design, it will give you the impression of having a complete pooja room.
Add a few finishing touches to the interior design
It is possible to incorporate a pooja nook into any living space style by keeping it basic and uncluttered. A veneer panel and a matching hardwood base unit can be used to create an interesting visual for your Mandir if you wish to position it against a plain wall. Add glistening lamps on either side of the unit and lit candles all around it to complete the look.
Hopefully the suggestions for DIY Home Temple Setup & Organization have been of assistance to you! Call an interior designer if you want your home to look as good as the rest of the world’s most beautiful homes.