A pooja room or pooja ghar is an important and sacred corner in any home or office. It is the place of meditation and of tranquility. A pooja room in any part of the dwelling is considered good, but if it is placed as per Vastu then the energy that devotees absorb from this room gets amplified. By following the Vastu tips for pooja room one can enhance the positive energy in the environment of the whole dwelling. Ideally the north east corner also called the ishan corner is the best area to build a pooja room. It is said that the Vastu Purush was laid on Earth with His head in the north east direction. This direction also receives the early morning sun rays which purifies the environment and motivates us for the day. However, this direction may vary based on the construction of the house as well as the date birth of the house owner. One need not worry though, as Vastu for Pooja Room has remedies for every dosh.
Below are some Vastu tips for pooja room: –
- Can a pooja room be placed in front of the main door? As per Vastu, there should not be a pooja room in front of the main door as it reduces the positivity created in the pooja room.
- Avoid darkness in the pooja room. A pooja room is the God’s room in your house and it should never be dark. Darkness in the pooja room affects the wellbeing of the whole house; hence it is auspicious to at least light an oil lamp in this room.
- Never place the Pooja room in your bedroom, as this place is for rest and pleasure. Avoid locating the toilet above, below or opposite to this room to prevent the negative energies of the toilet from spoiling the auspicious atmosphere of the Pooja room.