Tips to Decorate your Pooja Chowki at Home
Place your deity on beautifully decorated pooja chowki. Pooja chowkis are used during Diwali, Ganpati, Navratra, Ugadi, Pongal, Janmashtami and many other festivals to do pooja.
Buy wooden pooja chowki from the market and decorate it at home. Use our tips and ideas to make colorful Pooja chowkis. Place them in your pooja room to increase its aesthetic appeal.
Take a look at our pooja chowki collection and get started:
Take a simple wooden pooja chowki and cover it with a red cloth or paper. Secure the ends at the back of the chowki. Decorate it with kundan stones, pearl and decorative mirrors. Add a glass on top and place it in your pooja room.
Use this gorgeous kundan studded pooja chowki for Diwali. Place Lakshmi and Ganesh idols on it and do pooja.
Here is an amazing patla (pooja chowki) for Ganpati, Navratra and other festivals. Decorate the chowki with flowers made of foam.
Go for this clay and kundan work pooja chowki. Add circular design to this stunning square chowki.
Prepare this paper mache pooja room chowki. Create a pretty flower in the centre and paint it in bright pink, green and yellow color.
Use zardozi lace and kundan stones to decorate your chowki for pooja room. Don’t forget to embellish its leg.
Check out this designer round pooja chowki. Create an attractive centre with the help of colored stones.
The art of paper quilling can help you create this inspiring pooja room chowki. Paint the chowki with gold color before decorating it.
To get this look use glitter ribbon, cover the edges of your chowki. Keep the base green and adorn it with huge white and silver pearl.
If you are an artist then instead of decorating the chowki paint it. Use your creativity to draw beautiful patterns and designs on it.
How about this chowki decor idea? I would love to have this elegantly decorated chowki in my pooja room.
Use clay to prepare this unique pooja room chowki. Make designs with clay and let it dry. Then, paint the chowki with metallic color.