Traditional Small Pooja Room Designs for Indian Homes
Discover small pooja room designs for your home. These pooja rooms can be designed in any corner of your house or apartment.
The pooja room is very important in a Hindu household. In Hinduism pooja is done on various occasions and settings. So it is very important that the layout of the pooja room is designed and decorated beautifully as it is a place where we worship and meditate.
Here are some amazing small pooja room designs.
The small extension above the stairway has been wonderfully modified into a small pooja room. The deity has been placed in the glass cubical which has been illuminated properly making the deity visible to the members of the family from any corner.
White epitomises purity! This entire pooja room design has been done in white. The deity has been placed on a white elevated pedestal. The lighting arrangement is fabulous. The glass behind the deity is done up like ‘The Bodhi Tree’. The splash of gold color adds up to the gentle and pious atmosphere of the room.
This interesting pooja room has been carved out in the niche on the wall. It has been illuminated adequately thus highlighting the deities. The mural of Lord Krishna on the wall is enticing and is making the hall look very beautiful.
These interesting small pooja room designs are quite modern in their layout. Here an exquisite glass pooja mandap is placed on a black granite platform. The entire mandap is adorned with background lighting. The hanging oil lamps contribute towards a perfect blend of traditionalism and modernity.
The deity itself in this small pooja room design is eye-catching. It seems to be aTanjore painting. The plain wooden backdrop has been backlit to make the photo frame of the deity even more conspicuous. The dark brown wooden panel surrounding the deity completes the idea.
Check out these adorable small pooja room designs. The white marble pedestal with the silver deity looks exotic. The colour scheme of the pooja room is beautiful. The glass partition separates thepooja room from the rest of the rooms in the house.
Take a look at this beautiful wooden mandap with soft lighting highlighting the deity. The build-in wall mandap is extremely attractive. The hanging oil lamps give it a traditional look and add to its aesthetic appeal.
Create an attractive pooja space by placing brass deities. Give a unique look by surrounding the deity on the wall by a wooden panel. This is a very nice concept wherein one wall of the living room can be modified into a place for doing pooja.
Sometimes there is space crunch in the house. This cupboard satiates the importance of divine presence in the house. There is a lot of storage capacity in this pooja cupboard. The small place near the stairway has been utilised beautifully.
This small pooja room design can be created inside a cupboard. Or, you can go for wood work on the walls as well as the floor. The photo of the deity has also been framed in a heavily adorned wooden frame.
This is a simple traditional pooja room design. The pooja room has an elevated platform with storage beneath them. It has tiled wall which makes it easy to clean and maintain. If you need more space just add a glass above it.
Look at this gorgeous pooja room design, it seems that it has been decorated for Diwali. The mandap has been decorated with purple and pink sheets of paper. A very simple and humble idea of decoration but done with heart. Add lights to complete your decor.
You can opt for these pretty small pooja room designs. It is very modern in its lay out. The central panel with the backlit lighting looks very attractive. The lights are falling on the deities thus highlighting it.
This is again a small and traditional pooja room design. This is a specifically build pooja room. The deities have been mounted on the wall. This gives a feeling of divinity and holiness in the house.
This is a cabinet cum pooja mandap. It has been beautifully decorated with kundan stones. The bells give it a very traditional look. This pooja mandap has got ample storage capacity to keep the pooja accessories.