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3. Adopt a pendant or two Pendant lights (and chandeliers) are ideal to add light and a touch of art to a room – more so a puja room that deserves every bit of embellishment. Here, a bunch of pendant lights in glass and chrome, suspended from a metal plaque, do a great job to brighten up this room – and add a dash of modernism while at it.
LocationThere are a few don’ts. First and most important is that the pooja room location should not share a wall with a toilet or duct pipes as it puts your place of worship close to unclean elements. The second priority is to avoid placing the pooja ghar right in front of the main door or within a bedroom as the energies are said to cause unrest. Lastly, the do-nots would be incomplete without mentioning that the location of the pooja room should be out of the way of a busy passage, though that is sometimes unavoidable. This is to allow a peaceful prayer without others in the house getting in the way or being obstructed from their daily chores while you pray.