Ghar Mandir is made up of premium quality plywood which is season proof and termite proof
Ghar mandir uses oxidized aluminum and copper. Copper is given a complete lacquered finish which prevents blackening.
German silver nails used in puja mandir are tarnish proof and rust proof
Lacquered finish given to the home temple preserve the sheen and glossiness of the ghar mandir.
DETAILS: SIZES & GROSS WEIGHT:
Base size[IN INCHES]: 15” B X 21” L X38”H, [IN CMS]: 38 B X 53 L X 97 H
Floor space occupied: 16” B X 23” LX 38” H
Gross weight: IN KGS 25.000 and In 55.00 lbs
Oxidized metal imparts beauty and protects ghar mandir from blackening. Copper used in pooja mandir is considered propitious in Hindu religion.
Puja temple has a single dome in pyramid shape with a kalash design on the top or shikhar.
Dome of the oxidized temple is surrounded by an embellished border with a semicircular motif of Lord Ganesha embedded in the center for luck and good fortune.
Pooja mandir has two pillars on the anterior side with arched gateway, richly decorated with floral designs.
Two small bells hang from the arches of Home temple which are the integral part of Indian mandir design.
Lower side of the pillars of ghar mandhir, show an impression of a darban or a sentry holding a spear, signifying protection of the temple.
Doors of the Home mandir design are pentagonal with bars on the upper side.
Doors of ghar mandir from left to right, have motif of Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman, on the lower side.
Doors can be bolted on the upper side.
Panels of the doors of Home temple are of Copper.
Doors open to reveal a large inside space for keeping the idols.
Doors of the pooja temple open with two door handles to reveal the space inside where the idols of the deities are kept.
Inner floor dimensions of pooja mandir where idols of deities are placed are: 17” Length x 8” Depth.
The altitude of vision of the ghar mandir is 11” L x14” H from base till the center of arch, which allows eye contact with the Gods when sitting- click here to get an idea of the dimensions through the photos.
Puja Mandir has three drawers.
Central drawer has a step like design with a stainless steel knob.
Two adjacent drawers on the lower portion of Indian home temple have a motif of elephants showering water on a lotus.
The drawers have stainless steel knobs.
A retractable Prasad plate, 8.75” in length and 11” breadth, is present above the biggest step drawer of the pooja temple.
It facilitates keeping the pooja items.
Incense stick holder can be kept on it
Holy books and Prasad thali can also be put on it conveniently.
Right and left panels of the ghar temple, from top to bottom have the motif of:
Goddess Saraswati, the diety of knowledge,
Om, the sign of Universe and its powers.
Goddess Bahucharji, the diety of prosperity and
Lower panel of Home temple, signify the folk dance sequences from Gujarat state in India.
Legs of Pooja temple is made of season proof and termite proof wood for greater stability and strength.
Metal mandir can be easily dismantled and assembled making it possible to shift and rearrange. Screw used for assembling is Philip’s screw.
Oxidized temple has the purpose of performing pooja at home.
Pooja mandir at home can be an idle decorative item.
Pooja mandapam can be gifted on like festivals like Diwali, Navratri or Dussehra and on occasions like Gruh Pravesh or any special pooja.
Home mandir can be kept as decoration piece in a theme party or functions.
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