While planning a house, due to space constraints, many people tend to ignore a separate temple or pooja room, but we must not sideline the need to make a place for God. Thus by creating a room for worship, we create a room to get charged with positive vibrations every morning, and that energy will energize our environment, mind, body, and soul. As a result, our work efficiency will increase and so the progress, prosperity, and peace.

In today's Vastu tips, Acharya Indu Prakash tells you in which direction you should put idols or pictures of God in the temple or prayer room. According to brass god idols manufacturers, it is considered appropriate to place the idol and picture of any goddess and deity on the wall on the east or north side of the house of worship. So never face the idol or picture of God towards the north. Otherwise, the worshiper will face towards the south. So never build a house of worship in the south direction.

Always keep in mind that God's idols should never be kept on the ground; rather, they should be kept on a wooden post or flat. When it comes to the temple or prayer area in a home, several Vastu Shastra guidelines should be followed to ensure maximum positive effects for the home's inhabitants. First, we examine the dos and don'ts.

The temple at home is a sacred place where we worship God. So, naturally, it must be a positive and peaceful place. According to Indian God statue manufacturers, the temple area can bring health, prosperity, and happiness to the house and its occupants. Although a separate puja room would be ideal, this is impossible in metropolitan cities, where there is a space crunch. For such homes, you can consider a wall-mounted Mandir or small corner mandir as per your requirement.

Do not put your brass idols of Hindu Gods in the puja room. It would be best to avoid photographs of your family members/ancestors who have passed away. It leads to an imbalance in the energy of the house.

Simple solutions for Vastu dosh in your puja room
• Ensure that the idols do not face each other.
• Keep the idols raised – even a simple bench would do.
• Place the idol at least an inch away from the wall.
• Lamps and diyas should be placed in the southeast.
• Never keep a damaged idol.
• Ensure a clutter-free environment in the puja room.

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Lights/diya in a temple room
Brass diyas manufacturers in India states that Diyas should be placed on the right side of the person performing the pooja. Also, ensure that there are electric points near the temple to light up the temple during festive days.