Ka Kha Gha Design Studio created a custom-made mandir from plywood, Burma teak, and walnut veneer for a family home in Gurugram. The temple, just like the client ordered, is placed at the lobby and can be seen while one enters or leaves the house. The simplicity and elegance of the design is complemented by customized green, yellow, and red cement tiles in a traditional aasan print, from Bharat Floorings. Classic but subtle, this style can be adapted for when you need to accommodate a dedicated pooja space in a small apartment.
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5. An ornate pooja room with intricate detailing
When Shabnam Gupta set about creating a home at DLF Camelias that prized art and craftsmanship, she made sure the pooja room received as much attention as the rest of the space. Situated in a niche by the dining room, it’s luxurious yet traditional and glimmers with ornate thikri work and wallpaper from Sabyasachi’s collection for Nilaya. This design is a great example of how you can bring in grandeur, and can be adapted to suit small niches as well.