Every Hindu household, wherever they are, will have a mandir or a puja room that could range from a small shelf to an entire room. Irrespective of its size, the house mandir is always a special place for every person in the house. And why not? In most of these households, each person starts their day praying at this mandir and many end their day there. During festivals, the entire family gathers in the mandir to offer prayers. Therefore, it is natural that this special place gets special attention when it comes to essentials used there.
Here is a collection of puja essentials bound to elevate the feeling of divinity, peace, and tranquillity of your home mandir. Needless to say, all of them are made from natural and 100% eco-friendly materials.
The Mini Refreshed Teakwood Bell by White Light Elements acts as a humble reminder to enjoy every little moment in life amidst our busy daily schedule. Handcrafted using reclaimed teak wood and high-quality brass, it has the design of an ‘eternal knot, representing the symbol of wisdom, engraved at its centre. It weighs 100 grams, and the base bell has a diameter of 32 centimetres. This handmade Teakwood Bell can also be a small yet profound gift for Diwali across all age groups.
It is often believed that placing the right kind of diyas in our personal mandir can elevate the ambience of our homes. The Akhand Brass Diya with traditional lotus design is undoubtedly one of them. Brought to you by Codesustain, this thoughtful organic diya is handcrafted using high-quality brass, which is essentially considered a sacred metal and is part of most traditional occasions in India. Each diya weighs 105 grams, and its dimensions are 2.5 inches x 3 inches. To clean this diya, soak it in water for about 30 minutes and use mild soap to clean with hands, natural coconut jute, or plain cloth. Avoid using steel wool or wire mesh for rubbing. Wash well under running water and wipe it using a dry cloth. You can either make it part of your pooja room or add this to your Diwali gift boxes this festive season.