Temple Bells - Arati and Sundaresh's Residence:  Garden Shed by Sandarbh Design Studio

6 pictures of wooden pooja rooms for Indian homes

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Since centuries wood has been vastly used for the construction of Hindu temples across the country. May be because of its versatility or may be because it was easy to carve intricate carvings on it for which Hindu temples are famous for. Modern homes too prefer to have wooden temples. May be for the same reasons as above or may be because its simplicity and charm brings in warmth and elegance into the pooja room. Today we have brought for you a few amazing pooja rooms made of wood. Have a look and get inspired!

​1. As pure as the nature

Temple Bells - Arati and Sundaresh's Residence:  Garden Shed by Sandarbh Design Studio
Sandarbh Design Studio

Temple Bells—Arati and Sundaresh's Residence

Sandarbh Design Studio

It’s common to have Tulsi planter in the courtyard of Indian homes. If the space allowed, then mandir too was traditionally built in the courtyard amidst nature and natural surroundings. And if the temple is as beautiful as this then it becomes a perfect place to meditate too. Intricate carvings on the wooden door and a simple wooden stand that holds the beautiful wooden statue of the Lord; even the path connecting the temple to the home is covered of wooden pergola. You can’t miss the two pillars guarding the mandir door.

​2. In sync with the space

The mural apartment: asian Dining room by S Squared Architects Pvt Ltd.

This space dominated by wood, still the wooden temple at the end stand apart just because of its simplicity and elegance. The golden touch on the roof and bottom of the wooden temple makes it alive.

​3. A long pooja unit

Puja unit and tall unit: asian Dining room by NVT Quality Build solution
NVT Quality Build solution

Puja unit and tall unit

NVT Quality Build solution

Long wall of dark wooden panel and delicate carvings on the door that opens to blissful eternity; it’s serene. This pooja unit also separates the integrated space stylishly.

​4. Traditional temple

Retaining the charm of the bygone era, this beautifully designed wall unit is made in the shape of a traditional temple. The room might be used for different purpose but the charm of this temple will make it remembered as pooja room.

​5. Temple in the corner

Asian classic style Foyer with Puja area:  Corridor & hallway by NVT Quality Build solution
NVT Quality Build solution

Asian classic style Foyer with Puja area

NVT Quality Build solution

Once again… the delicate carving of this pooja room is mesmerizing. Drawer beneath creates space for pooja essentials. Complete with bells and lamps, it’s a simple and chic pooja room within a room.

​6. Elegance of wood and glass

Tuck in a corner, the L-shaped wooden wall guards the sanctity of the space and provides the much needed privacy for the rendezvous with God. The combination of wood, white and glass is perfect.

Get some more inspiration for your pooja room from these beautiful designs from 2017: 10 beautiful pictures of pooja rooms from 2017

Which wooden pooja room idea did you find warm and elegant? Do get back to us with your thoughts, suggestions and ideas.
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