Pooja Cabinet Tour – Design,organising and decoration – Tips and ideas

Pooja Cabinet Tour – Design,organising and decoration – Tips and ideas


hello friends welcome to the queen bee
paradise in today’s video i’ll show you how I have designed and organized my
pooja cabinet. This video will be useful for friends who are looking for pooja
cabinet design ideas and organizing ideas.Here I will cover about the
materials used in the making of my pooja cabinet and also how I have
organized the pooja essentials in order to perform a peaceful pooja. Before starting the video I request you to subscribe my channel and hit the bell icon in order
to get notifications, whenever I upload a new video. We donot have a seperate pooja room in
our home, so we have made a wooden puja cabinet and placed it facing east. The
size of the puja cabinet is six feet tall, three feet wide and 15 inches in
depth. The cabinet is made up of commercial plywood and we have chosen
textured laminates to give it a grand look. The wooden carvings that you are seeing
now are separate pieces of wood decors the painted with varnish or Gold
color and fixed to the puja cabinet. these carvings are easily available in
the market and inexpensive. They give a temple kind of traditional look to the
puja cabinet. The peacock handle and small bells fixed
on the doors of the puja cabinet are of brass metal and they have an antique
finish. They enhance the beauty of Pooja cabinet. In the top portion of the cabinet the idols
and pictures of our favorite Gods are placed. There is a granite slab at the
bottom of the partition for protection from fire. The Diya’s are always placed on
plates to avoid oil spillage. This agarbatti stand is very useful to hold
the dust inside and maintain the place cleaner. I have a bigger lamp placed here.
These are my tiny silver díyas, which looks pretty. There is a bowl with water
to offer fresh flowers to God. This plate holds the waste from matchsticks.The
KumKum and viboothi are placed inside a plastic tray. We light the incense cone
in this. The two glass shelves are used to place
traditional pooja items and smaller idols of God. Just below this partition
there is a pullout tray, which is similar to a keyboard tray in the computer table.
This tray is used to place the things that we are offered to God during
festivals, like coconut ,fruits, flowers food items, beatel nuts
etc .We also use this tray to keep any function invitations that we get from
friends and relatives. Below this tray is a bigger drawer to keep the pooja Essentials. Storing Pooja essentials in a single place helps us perform pooja
peacefully rather than moving around in search of things, during the puja. The
religious books are stored in one corner in file system. the incense cones and
matchsticks are placed in a tray. I have used five or six small plastic
trays that comes along with mushrooms baby corn, sweet boxes etc.This acts
as a drawer dividers and helps in segregating and organizing things.This
tray is used to keep the kumkum and other Prasad that we get from
temples. I have kept these cute containers to use as gifts on special occasions. Agharbathis are stored in separate
box. the cotton and camphors are stored in airtight containers like this. Birthday
candles. sandal powder turmeric powder and other stuffs are stored here. Additional stock of pooja items are
stored in this box. Below this drawer is a small cabinet in which i have stored oil for diyas and other occasionally used stuffs.
I have reused the Dishwash liquid containers to store oil. This lid helps in
filling the Diya with required amount of oil rather than overflowing it. I have
lined the tray with few tissue papers and stored the oil bottles there. Few
earthern diyas which will be used to decorate the corridor and balconies
during the festivals are stored here. This basket holds the rangoli stencils
and some color powders. This cover holds the tall brass lamps which were with a
dismantled. these lamps will be used only during special occasions.Below this I
have stored some lights and other festival decoration items which are used
occasionally. Inorder to avoid kids accessing this cabinet we
have fixed some heavy-duty door magnet. please check my video on baby proofing
ideas for more details on the same.If you had liked the the video please give me a thumbs up and
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for more such organizing videos. thanks for watching bye bye

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71 Comments

  1. Hi sumitha…very well organised…best part of your videos is you clearly mention what type of material used and it will help others who are planning n constructing their houses

  2. Hi. My search for the best pooja cabinet is over .Will plan to make it the same way . If you wish can you share why do you have kept the anaporan devi in the rice bowl.(Just want to know the tradition) so even I can do it. Thanks. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ–’You are a good organiser. Please upload more videos on how you organise your home. And even if possible your daily routine for cleaning and maintaining an organised home. Thanks

  3. Very nice. Can you share your contact no. To enquire some other ideas. You are from chennai or any other location?

  4. Hi..mam..im poovizhi i already seen this pooja cabinet…i really like ur komadha statue… Then recently i buying it..thank u mam..now my pooja cabinet is looking good..

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  7. Hi sunitha. Very nice n beautifully organised n I am going to apply this idea in my new house . Tq sooooooo much for this idea. Keep going n God bless u dear.

  8. Thank you so much for this video. I see what can be done with just a little imagination and organization. I am relatively new to Hinduism in that I have only been involved for 5 years but I do want to improve the look and functionality of my puja area. thanks again

  9. It is very beautiful, very well done. Can you please explain how did u fix the bells, and from where did u buy the hooks for those bells. Also, how did u cut the shape on the door to fix a bell in it. Thanks in advance

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