Vastu For Pooja Room | An Architect Explains

The Puja Room is the room where the family’s deities, idols, religious texts are kept and used exclusively for prayer, worship and meditation. It is a sacred room and the space from which all positive energy radiates to other rooms. That is the reason why, according to Vastu Shastra, it is preferable to have it in the centre of the house. However this is not always possible and so it can be located in certain auspicious directions as explained in this post.

The Puja Room is the room where the family’s deities, idols are kept.

The important thing to consider regarding a Pooja/prayer room, is that it must be protected from “negative energy”. Once you have made a pooja or prayer room in your home, the room automatically starts to radiate positive energy. However, if the pooja room is left unprotected, the positive energy starts to weaken due to influence of negative energies that may be present in your home. Hence, you must make some tweaks so that it emanates positive energy in and around your home.

So, what can be done to make this possible? According to Vastu Shastra, the right placement of the pooja room, the arrangement in the room, lighting and the colours, can ensure that this room is protected from negative energy and  radiates positive energy. So to know more about making your Pooja room a vastu compliant space, read on….. 

simple pooja mandir

Listed here, are some of the Vastu Guidelines for a Pooja room. Since Vastu is a science, every guideline is based on logic and reasoning.  As an Architect, I have attempted to explain each of these guidelines rationally and scientifically under the following headings, so that you have a choice and can decide what you want to follow or don’t instead of looking at Vastu as a superstition:

  • What Is The Best Location For A Pooja Room?
  • What Are The Vastu Guidelines For The Interiors of A Pooja Room?
  • Where Should The Pooja Idols Be Placed In A Pooja Room?
  • What are the Vastu guidelines for the pooja things in the Pooja Room?
  • What Are The Ideal Colours For A Pooja Room?
  • What Should Be Avoided In A pooja Room?

  • First choice for Pooja Room loaction: North-East Direction or the Centre of the house.
  • Second choice for Pooja Room location: East or West Directions of the house.
  • If none of these corners are available, the pooja mandir can be located in the NE corner of any room except bedrooms, toilets and store rooms.

In earlier times, a well designed, large space was exclusively reserved for prayer but today with reduced space availability, the Puja Room has become a tiny space, sometimes just a small mandir placed in the Kitchen. Whatever the size, the location of the Pooja room is the most important consideration. Refer to the image below to get an idea of the best positions.


In a big site, the Puja room can be in the Centre of the House: The Scientific Reason- The central part of a large house should be kept open to allow proper flow of air and cross ventilation. It makes sense to have a Puja room right in the middle of this court as it can be seen from all rooms and the space is utilized.

In normal sized homes, the Puja room should be in the North-East. East or West are the second best locations: The Scientific ReasonEarly at dawn, the Sun is in the North-Eastern part of the house. These hours are ideal for Yoga, meditation, prayer or study as it is very quiet and peaceful. Also, the early morning Sun’s rays have a very beneficial effect on our  health. Therefore, the North-East corner is the best position for the Puja Room/prayer room or meditation room.

If there is no space for a Puja room, the Mandir can be placed in the North-East corner of the Kitchen or any room except bedroom, store room and toilets: The Scientific Reason – In apartments it may not be possible to have a separate Puja room, but since one starts the day by entering the Kitchen, having a Puja here helps one to spend a few quiet moments in meditation.

The Puja Room should be in the Ground Floor and not in the Basement: The Scientific Reason – A basement is a dark and dingy place and one cannot benefit from the morning sunlight here.

The Puja Room should not be on the upper floors: The Scientific Reason – The Puja room is meant for worship or meditation and this activity is recommended for everyone, everyday, especially in the mornings when our minds are fresh and not yet corrupted by many thoughts. If the Puja room is located on an upper floor, then it can put off physically inactive people like the obese, or the elderly or the ailing, from making the trip to the Puja everyday. The climb up the steps can put them off and since it is out of sight from the commonly used rooms on the ground, one may even forget to spend a few minutes everyday, in thought about God or life!

Pooja mandir
If it’s not possible to have a pooja room, a pooja mandir can be used instead

The Puja room should have a lower ceiling: One can use false ceiling for the same. The Scientific Reason – A Puja room is generally a small room and so having a low ceiling will make it appear more proportional.

The Puja room can have a pyramid shaped ceiling: The Scientific Reason It is known scientifically that the energy under a pyramid is extremely positive and can help in meditation.

The Pooja Room should be well ventilated and well lit and can have doors and windows in North or East walls. If windows are not possible, then bright artificial light should be provided. The Scientific ReasonThey admit the morning sunlight into the prayer room.

Keep the Puja room clean always: The Logic By cleaning the Puja room everyday, it ensures that one spends a few moments in prayer. Also it is a way of showing respect to God.

Door to the Puja room should have two shutters: The Logic – When doing puja or meditating, the door is kept open outwards and can come in the way if it is one shutter.

There should be a threshold at the entrance to the Puja room.The Scientific Reason – A threshold prevents ants and insects from entering and this is useful in a Puja room, as foodstuff may be offered in prayer.

For lengthy meditation, sit facing East and avoid facing the idols: If meditation is going to last for more than 15 minutes one should not sit exactly facing the idols. The Logic When meditating it is best to face East as the morning sun rays are beneficial to one’s health. If one keeps looking at the idols, it can be distracting. Moreover the energy that radiates from them can be very strong.

Pooja room door
The pooja room door should have two shutters

Idols can be in the North-East, East or West walls of the Puja room. Avoid placing them on the South wall: The Scientific Reason The morning sunlight streaming in from the North-East, East and the evening light from the West will light up the idols enabling  you to see them better.

Idols should be kept at least an inch away from the wall and make sure they are not broken, cracked or disfigured: The Scientific Reason Keeping the idols away from the walls, ensures that there is proper movement of air and incense smoke through the room.

The idols should be placed at a  height, such that they are above your navel when you are praying depending on whether you prefer to stand or sit while praying. The Scientific Reason -You will be able to concentrate on the idols best, when they are at this height (neither too low down nor too high up).

The idols must be in perfect condition. They should not be broken, cracked or disfigured: The Scientific Reason – While praying to a disfigured idol, you may feel that there is no well-being because you are not  able to replace it with a perfect one. It affects your mind.

The idols must not be too big in size- they should not be more than the span of your hand from tip of your thumb to the tip of your little finger: The Scientific Reason – It is difficult to concentrate on a big idol as as you get distracted by the different parts. In case of a small idol, you can take it in wholly.

There should not be too many idols. Give away duplicates of deities and keep the Puja room uncluttered: The Logic An uncluttered space does not harbour positive energy. Also, when there are too many idols, you can get distracted while praying.

The idols can be made of stone, wood, silver, gold. Alternatively they can also be of brass, bronze or clay depending on your preference. 


The puja things should be stored in the South-East of the Puja room: The Scientific ReasonAll the puja stuff should be kept away from the North-East and East, so that there is no obstruction to the morning sunlight.

A cupboard lower than the idols can be placed against the South or West wall: The Scientific Reason – This way, it will not be an obstruction to the useful morning sunlight.

Incense sticks, oil for lamp, kumkum can be stored below the pooja ghar: The Scientific Reason –  It is practical to keep the regularly used items just below the pooja ghar.

You can place an Agnikund in the prayer room in South-East corner and face East while making offerings to the fire. The Scientific Reason – SE is traditionally considered the position for fire in Vastu Shastra.
The lamp should always be in front of the idol:The Scientific Reason – The idea of having a lamp is to light it and if it is placed  in front of the idols, one can see them better.

Food offerings should be placed in front of the idols: The Logic Whatever is offered to god should be always placed in front of the idol as a mark of respect. Moreover, it is less cumbersome to remove and replace if it is right in front.


Colours in the Puja room: Can be white, light yellow or light blue. The Scientific Reason – Light colours  reflect light thus enhancing the bright and well-lit look of a space. 

Similarly, if you are using marble or granite for the flooring or counter or shelves, make sure you use only white colour. The Scientific Reason – White marble/granite reflect and shine more than other colours.

yellow and blue pooja room
Colours in the Pooja room should ideally be light yellows and blues

Avoid having a pooja room under a staircase or in a store room: The Scientific Reason: As one climbs up or down the stairs you may feel you are trampling on the gods.

Avoid Puja mandirs in the Bedrooms. And avoid sleeping in a pooja room: The Scientific Reason – Many people may feel uncomfortable to lie around with their feet pointing towards the religious idols, as they believe it is disrespectful to god. But if there is no other choice, you could consider having a pooja mandir in the NE corner of the bedroom.

Avoid a Toilet near or above the Puja Room: The Scientific Reason – A Toilet causes disturbance when people use it and also the smell can distract while one is meditating.

Avoid placing idols on the South wall of the pooja room: Because then the worshiper has to face South which is not advisable. The Scientific Reason – When a worshiper sits facing South, his feet are towards the south and his head is in the North. This causes the magnetic North of the body, namely the Head to repel the Earth’s magnetic North Pole.

Avoid keeping broken idols or torn pictures or old idols brought from temples: The Scientific Reason Praying to a broken idol or torn image of a deity can be distracting.

Avoid idols facing each other: The Logic – The purpose of having idols in a Puja room is for one to be able to see them and meditate on them.

Avoid a bell in the Puja room: The Logic – A Puja room at home is not made to replicate a temple. It is more of a meditation room and loud sounds should be avoided.

Avoid pictures of animals or photographs of dead people in the Puja room: The Logic – While many people believe in showing respect to the dead, it is better  not to have their photos in the Puja room as they may be distracting or bring back painful memories.

Avoid pictures of wars, crimes, turbulence or any negative emotion in the Pooja room: The Reason – It is believed that these pictures unconsciously disturb are minds in a negative way.

Avoid storing or hiding money or valuables in the Puja room: The Scientific Reason – Many people may feel they are being disrespectful to God by hiding things and hiding stuff here.

Do not keep a dustbin in a pooja room: The Scientific Reason: It brings in negative energy

Pooja mandir
Do not keep broken or chipped idols in the pooja mandir

This post was about the Vastu guidelines for the design of a Puja Room. The Puja room is usually adjacent to a Living Room or a pooja mandir is placed in a Kitchen.

If you want to make the rest of the rooms of your house/apartment Vastu compliant, then go to:

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487 thoughts on “Vastu For Pooja Room | An Architect Explains

  • September 10, 2016 at 10:59 pm


    I am planning for pooja room in the living area NE corner idols facing towards east, the back wall shared with toilet wall, is it of, else could you suggest a suitable place in the living room for the pooja unit.
    Hi Aravind,
    If you are uncomfortable about the toilet wall, you will have to locate some other position based on the arrangement in your living room. But if you cannot find some other space, then create a backing for the pooja ghar and keep a gap of 1-2″ from the toilet wall.

  • September 10, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    Sir, we have placed our home mandir in SE direction but its in the child room. So while sleeping her legs will be towards the diety..Is this fine?
    Hi Mayank,
    It becomes a problem only if you feel conscious about it. Obviously your daughter will not be conscious, but u=you will be. So then avoid it. Place it elsewhere.

  • September 11, 2016 at 6:37 am

    My flat entrance is in east direction, facing entrance west side of my flat living area have Pooja Ghar means the idols facing towards east at the main door..
    Is this is the right place for Pooja Ghat??
    Hi Nitish,
    If it is a convenient position for you to perform pooja, then keep it there.

  • September 13, 2016 at 7:18 am

    Can we have two different doors in Pooja room. We need to have 12 doors and since Pooja room has west and North can we have two different doors? One towards north and one towards west?
    Hi Swathi,
    It is not required unless the second door has some practical function.

  • September 14, 2016 at 1:27 am


    the north east portion of my flat has a gallery with bedroom door and toilet door on opposite sides. Is it okay to keep mandir between the two?
    If not, is it ok to keep mandir in my daughters room who is 5 years old?
    Hi CJ,
    Place the mandir in the NE if it does not come in the way of the circulation in the room. Otherwise place it in your daughter’s bedroom

  • September 16, 2016 at 1:51 am

    can i keep my pooja mandir in south-east corner?idols will be facing west..currently it is in west direction . is it ok to have a shelf above the mandir
    Hi Sheetal,
    You can place it in this position. But what are you planning to put on the shelf above the mandir. If it is godly pictures. it is okay.

  • September 16, 2016 at 4:10 am

    Hi Admin,
    Can i put the wooden temple in the south west corner of the kitchen where the god’s idol facing east and when we pray we face west. is this situation ok.

    Hi Jignasa,
    Yes you can do that.

  • September 18, 2016 at 8:21 pm

    Respected Sir,

    Our house is east facing (main door). We have our living room in the North- East. Kitchen in S-E, Master bed room in S-W, Kids room in N-W and toilet is between master bed room and kids room in the west wall. In the center of the house is the dinning space. Our pooja room in the dinning hall is facing to the south so that the photos and idols of gods face south and when we worship we face North. Is this OK ?? or should I change the position of photos and idols ????
    HI Savitha,
    It is all okay.

  • September 18, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    I am constructing a 2BHK small 4 houses with enterence facing NEand in Kitchen NW corner tiny Pooja Room facing East is constructed which is almost mid of every house (Bhramastana).
    My query is can Pooja room be in within Kitchen / adjacent to kitchen. POOJA has big Ganesha Tile 2 x6 feet facing east on west wall. Sun Ray’s fall on all idols through kitchen window every morning. We are orthodox who perform everyday Pooja before breakfast
    Kindly advice in detail any correction to be made
    Hi Govinda Raj,
    Yes you can have the pooja space in the kitchen or adjacent to it. There is nothing better than early morning sunlight falling into your house onto the idols.

  • September 23, 2016 at 9:20 pm

    We have north facing house n we have good place at southeast corner for Pooja ghar .
    We are confused about southeast corner .pls guide
    Hi Tanu,
    If SE is the only place available for the pooja ghar, go ahead and have it htere.

  • September 25, 2016 at 3:40 am

    V recently purchased a bell ( the kind used in temples). My puja room is in the north east direction. Where can I place this bell?
    Hi Sheeba,
    The logical position would be to hang it at the entrance to the pooja room just like in temples.

  • September 25, 2016 at 5:22 am

    Hi Sir,
    I’ve a temple which is placed in the south-west corner of a west facing flat, in the extreme corner of the drawing room. The pooja room is wall mounted and cannot be shifted anywhere.
    The deity faces towards the north and the worshippers faces towards the south which isn’t vastu compliant. Let me know if any workaround is available.. i am quite tensed now.
    Need your assistance on this.
    Hi Anand,
    If you could place the deities on the west side, it would be preferable, but if that is not possible, then spend as litlle time as possible in prayer.

  • September 29, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    Very informative website. Have a question:
    Our pooja area is currently under a flight of steps (the second part of the steps – so there is a gap of over 6 feet). Can we build a roof over the pooja space to mitigate any ill effects?
    Thank you.
    Hi Jyothi,
    If there is no other place for the pooja, you could do what you have suggested as the roof could mitigate the ill-effects.

  • September 29, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    Is it advisable to keep Puja room facing west north corner or west south corner.
    Hi Amrish,
    North corner is preferable.

  • September 29, 2016 at 10:19 pm


    We plan to make a puja space carving wall from kitchen. Location is living room. It will be a full length, not just a niche. Idols will be west facing. Please guide if this is advisable.
    Hi Prachi,
    Its okay as you will be facinhg east while praying.

  • September 30, 2016 at 10:10 am

    Sir I m living in a flat. I have pooja almirah in east south corner of a room which is used as bed room very rarely. I want to say that when we worship our face is towards east south at the 120 degree. Is it correct. if not what is remedy. Arun kumar saxena
    Hi Arun Kumar,
    It should be okay if you are facing SE.

  • September 30, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    I have only south West room for puja and I kept one small mandar facing west.Please guide me what I will do for better vastu effects. Thank you sir.
    Hi Pintu,
    It is okay as you will be facing East while praying.

  • October 2, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    Hi Admin

    I have a question regarding Pooja room. We have a closet space in our upstairs bedroom which is located in the northeast portion of the room(my house faces northeast too)and it has a separate door and also has a window in the northeast of this closet.Can we use it as pooja room? It is the only space that could be used as a separate pooja room in the house.
    1) Also if I can use this room/closet for pooja I have a question as to where to place pooja shelf? In this closet space there is a windi in the northeast wall, an inbuilt shelf in the southwest wall and the open wall is northwest and right opposite to it in the southeast is the door.
    Can I use the bottom shelves of the inbuilt shelf on the southwest wall for placing God? Then while doing pooja I will be facing southwest and God will be facing northeast. Is this ok?
    On the rest of the shelves on top can I put pooja materials and books?

    2) If I use a separate shelf and place it in the northwest wall the idols will be facing the pooja room door in the southeast and we will be doing pooja facing northwest. Is it good to place the pooja mandir in this manner facing the door? In this case when I am using separate shelf for pooja can I use the inbuilt shelf for keeping books and pooja materials?
    Hi KC,
    The second option- POoja shelf in the NW wall is better. Yes you can keep the other matrerials on the separate in-built shelf.

  • October 2, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    My pooja room is in the Norh east directin of house but door of pooja room in south direction pl reply is it ok .
    Hi Jai Ram Prasad,
    That is okay.

  • October 4, 2016 at 10:13 am

    Hello sir I have a east facing flat livingroom the maindoor is in ne corner.if i remove and fix the maindoor 2 feet from ne corner to east wall can i place mandir in ne corner.but pooja room will go behind the door when open.also there is a column cut 6 inch in ne corner.mandir behind door is ok.
    Hi Sameer,
    If you can find some other place in the house, it will be preferable. But even a pooja in the NE corner is okay as you will be doing the pooja when the door is closed.

  • October 5, 2016 at 3:13 am

    Hi sir
    my friend has a duplex of north his duplex puja room is situated in first is in the middle of NE & it right or wrong?
    Hi Satya Prakash,
    It is okay.

  • October 6, 2016 at 5:17 am

    I want to place one small mandir in my bedroom, due to some reasons. But We have a bathroom attached towards north wall and if we place the mandir in the east wall,our feet will be pointing it as our bed is in the south west side as per vastu.
    Can I place the pyramid temple wall hanging in the south west side(west wall). Please suggest.
    Hi Ankita,
    The west wall will be preferable between the two options.

  • October 6, 2016 at 6:19 am

    Pl reply door of pooja room in south facing is ok or not .pooja room is in east north direction o house.
    Hi Jai Ram Prasad,
    A south door is okay.

  • October 7, 2016 at 2:00 am

    Hi can i placed the deities at the north east wall where they will be facing south west so when praying i will face north east
    Thank you
    Hi Vani,
    Of course you can.

  • October 7, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    Sir, can a poojaroom be behind the wall of lift. Lift is towards east balcony in between drawing and kichen.
    Hi Kesava,
    Yes it can be.

  • October 8, 2016 at 8:23 am


    We have two rooms on south side of out flat.One in east is Kitchen and other one in west is bedroom. Our kitchen ota is East south(L shaped). We are planning to keep mandir in South west corner of Kitchen(after ota we have some space) or in the middle of wall separating bedroom and kitchen. Is it alright?
    Hi Onkar,
    You can keep it in either position, only make sure that you do not face south while praying.

  • October 9, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    At present my mandir is kept in the kitchen on the top shelf of a wooden cupboard which is in the east. Since it is at a height I would like to make a new wooden one in the hall, but the area is exactly in front of the toilet. What is the solution for this?
    Hi Padmini,
    Find some other space in the house.

  • October 13, 2016 at 2:18 am

    I have a confusion for Mandir that where i will make because only drawing room wall is fine for making mandir but my family is not allowing to make the mandir in drawing room .please advice for the same .
    Hi Seema,
    Go with the majority opinion and place the mandir in a place where everyone is happy.

  • October 14, 2016 at 6:05 am

    Hello sir ,
    As per our initial plan, pooja room size is 10 ×4 . I want to reduce the length of the room. What should be the size as per vaastu? 4*5 is ok ?
    Hi Kavipriya,
    There is no specified size in vastu. The size is decided based on the requirements. If you do not need a 10’x4′ room, then you can reduce it to half and have a 4’x5′ room. In fact a square room is preferable.

  • October 14, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Hi. The north east room in our flat is the TV room. Is it okay to place the temple in that room? If I place the temple in the north east corner, the TV is on the opposite wall and then our backs will be towards the idols while watching tv. Suggestions pls.
    Hi Amrita,
    If you are going to be self conscious of your backs being towards the idols, then avoid it and place the idols on the same wall as the TV so that your backs are never towards it.

  • October 16, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Should one keep switch the lights on in home temple at night?
    Hi Vijay,
    Not necessary, but there are some who prefer to keep it on always. It is a matter of your personal choice.

  • October 21, 2016 at 2:16 am

    Hello sir,
    Due to no pooja room we are placing pooja idols on a glass table is it okay? Or it will cause any issue.
    Hi Onlyskv,
    The table should have a wall backing.

  • October 31, 2016 at 12:30 am

    Our flat is west facing where entrance is at NW corner.
    The living room is at SW and kitchen is at NW.
    Northeast room is a study room which has toilet.
    Right now we use the small storeroom which located at kind of center of house or can say SW corner of NE portion of the flat.
    We kept idols facing east and we pray we sit towards west. but adjacent to this room there exists toilet(northside).
    planning to properly change this room to a pooja room.
    Can we do a small mandir and keep inside the room?
    thank you.
    HI Latha,
    If your pooja corner is in the SW part of the store room and the toilet wall is not exactly adjacent to it then it is fien to use it as a pooja room.

  • October 31, 2016 at 5:21 am

    We have a Pillar constructed in the bramhastana, will cause any problem. please suggest remedies. All other buildings vaastu is correct.
    Kitchen:southeast,steps:southwest,underground tank:northeast.
    Please help i am very worried, please give scientific reason why pillar should not be in bramhastana.
    Hi Rakesh,
    In modern day buildings, columns are bound to be there all over the house as structural elements. It will not affect your vastu adversely.

  • November 1, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    Hello Sir,
    I have a builder floor at back side facing west, in which kitchen is at NE corner, bedroomroom at SE, master bedroom at SW corner, bathroom at south and hall at center, so please suggest me for place to keep pooja mandir and about vastu for kichen in NE corner.
    Hi Manish,
    You can have a small pooja mandir in the kitchen in the NE.

  • November 3, 2016 at 3:55 am

    Hello sir, we recently shifted to rented house facing East direction at NE corner. Kitchen is at SE & no space to keep pooja mandir in kitchen. Towards south Dining area, can i keep pooja mandir in dining area to east wall and i can keep dining table towards south or west wall. pls suggest me.
    Hi Shalini,
    Yes you can do that.

  • November 4, 2016 at 3:37 am

    I have got mandir in the south east sector of the home their is no where else to put the mandir apart from putting upstairs in one of the bed room which will be east sector. can I do that.
    Hi Pat,
    It is okay to put the mandir in the Se sector. Only make sure that you face only East, North or West in thatb order while praying. Avoid facing south.

  • November 5, 2016 at 1:09 am

    Our main door is in NE, so can We place a pooja stand on the North wall facing south. That is when we worship, we’ll b facing North.
    Hi Priya,
    Yes you can do that.

  • November 7, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Can I place mandir facing north east direction?
    Hi Vishal,
    Yes you can.

  • November 7, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    My pooja area is in the north west area if the kitchen. It’s an L- shaped kitchen.The idols are on the north east wall and face south west. I face north east while praying. There is no other place in the house for the pooja area. The other place is a small room which is next to the bedrooms but this room has an attached bathroom also. it’s in the north east area of the house. Am not comfortable placing my full mandir in a room with attached bathroom.The brooms and other cleaning stuff is placed in this bathroom as no other place is available. Also the fact that this room is so close to the bedrooms. My husband wants to make a small office in this room. Please help me on this as soon as possible. I will be shifting in this house next week. Thanks.
    Hi Ruchi,
    Keep everything as you have planned. Let your husband have his office in that small room.

  • November 8, 2016 at 3:08 am

    My Pooja room is at North East corner facing west I kept almarah with mirror in west its reflecting my Pooja room is it good or bad
    Hi Monalisa,
    No it is not bad.

  • November 15, 2016 at 10:43 am

    Hello Sir,
    Your tips/article is very useful.Can we put store just above the puja room (puja room at ground floor and store at first floor)?
    And can we place double door in centre of the wall just in front of idols? if not then?
    Thanks, Anubhav
    Hi Anubhav,
    Yes all that you are proposing are okay. Thanks for your appreciation.

  • November 22, 2016 at 12:13 am

    Dear Sir,
    We are in process of constructing our house, and the pooja room is situated in SW corner of West wall.
    Idols if placed shall face towards east. is it ok to continue with this arrangement. Please advise
    Harish Sharma
    Hi Harish,
    It is okay.

  • November 24, 2016 at 7:33 am

    My house is a west and north facing plot. We have our pooja room at the (north east corner of) south west. Idol is facing towards south. Is it okk?
    Hi Ankita,
    It is okay, since you will be facing North while praying.

  • November 25, 2016 at 8:15 am

    hii sir can i make a puja room in 1st floor because no space in ground floor.
    Hi Rinku,
    Yes you can.

  • November 28, 2016 at 2:17 am

    Respected Sir
    My house to going to constructed by North facing and the door will be at northeast corner. also the door opens towards left when entering the house.
    In this case could you please let me know where shall I place the pooja room and in which direction should poor room door faced.
    thanks you in advance
    S Ganesh Moorthy
    Hi Ganbesh Moorthy,
    If there is no place in the NE for a pooja room, you can still go for some space anywhere else in the house, provided it is not adjacent or opposite to a toilet.

  • November 29, 2016 at 2:25 am

    I am constructing a pooja room North opening for door. Please advise me about the idol position and direction.
    Hi Sridhara,
    Place the idols in such a way that the worshipper will be facing North, East or West, whichever is convenient.

  • November 30, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    Sir firstly i am happy to know about ur vastu home is in north east face but my pooja room entry is from south to north,it means pooja room door is faced at it ok or not plz explain.
    Hi Kiran Kumar,
    Thank you for the comments. The pooja door position does not matter but the idol position is important. Ideally the idol should be placed so that the worshiper faces North or East.

  • December 1, 2016 at 4:37 am

    Wonderful and decent guidelines post, I found this much helpful puja room information, as to what I was exactly searching for. Thanks for such post and keep it up.
    Hi Jones Miller,
    Thank you for the appreciation.

  • December 4, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    My north east is a toilet .recently covered everything took off the commode .but the room still got toilet doors and east side attached to the old toilet is another toilet.can I place my temple in the old toilet.but if I can place then this wall be the toilet wall of my neighbour.please help.
    Hi Julie,
    If you are insistent on using the NE free space that you have got now, into a pooja room, then do so. However, make a wall in ply and leave a gap between it and the adjacent toilet wall.

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