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Temple for Your Home
India is a land of 33-crore gods and goddesses. Though you may not find a dedicated temple for each of the 33-crore gods and goddesses, you can worship them from your home. To do so, you can create or bring home a home temple. Since you have landed on this page, it can also be assumed that you must be already aware of these beautiful and compact temples that you can place in a dedicated area of your house.
Types of Home Temples
As mentioned above, you can also create a shrine for the gods and goddesses that you worship. You can create a temple or a home mandir for your home using different materials. You can also purchase wooden temples, marble pooja ghar, and more. If you opt for a wooden temple for your home, you can select different designs. Also, you can choose them as per the region where you are based. They are also available in different sizes. You can also choose a brass home temple for decorative purposes. Some even have a small deity placed inside them. They come in traditional designs. You can also purchase aluminium and copper ones. These temples of God, however, has to be placed in the north-east corner of the room, as it is believed that energy flows and originates from this corner. This will help positivity to flow evenly and smoothly throughout the house.
Early Romans were instrumental is gifting the world with a lot of wonders such as the Roman Numerals, ducting systems which would be later known as air conditioners, and more. The word temple also originated in Ancient Rome. It evolved from the word “Templum.” As for the question of who were the first people to place gods in a dedicated place of worship, it is still debatable. This is so, because they have been prevalent for a long time, and much before the Roman empire.
Some Interesting “Facts”
The Temple to Perform Exorcism
Rajasthan is famous for its palaces, forts, and lakes. However, the Dausa district of Rajasthan is renowned for a different reason. Ghosts! Yes, you read that right. This district is the home to the Mehanipur Balaji temple where you can worship Lord Hanuman, Pret Raj, and Lord Bhairav. Thousands of devotees flock this place of worship to get evil spirits exorcised.
Importance of the Temple Bell
A temple is a place of positive energy. All Hindu temples have temple bells. The reason is for this is because it is believed that you can energise all your five senses for more positivity by ringing a temple bell. So, next time you visit one, do not forget to ring them.
Four Varieties in the Same Mango Tree
The Ekambareshwarar Shiva temple in Kanchipuram is famous for its 3500-year-old (approx) mango tree. As per legends, this is not an ordinary mango tree because it yields four different varieties of mango. These varieties signify the four Vedas of Hinduism.
The official emblem of Tamil Nadu is the Rajagopuram, which is the monumental entrance tower, of the Sriviliputhur Andal Vatapatrasayee temple.
You can easily purchase these home temples from an e-commerce site. You can also specify the type and material. You can purchase them from brands such as Home and Bazaar, 7CR, HOUZZPLUS, Teakwood, Kamdhenu Art And Craft, and much more.
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