A house temple is a sacred place where we worship God. So of course it should be a positive and peaceful place. The temple area, when placed in accordance with Vastu Shastra, can bring health, prosperity, and happiness to the home and its occupants. Although the ideal would be a separate puja room, this is not always possible in large cities, where there is a space crisis. For such homes, you can consider wall hanging mandir or small corner mandir depending upon your requirements. Here are some tips to place your mandir at home according to Vastu Shastra. When it comes to building a temple, don't place it directly on the ground or the floor. Instead, keep it on a raised platform or base. The temple must be made of marble or wood. Avoid glass or acrylic temples. Don't clutter up the structure. Make sure there are no multiple idols of the same god or goddess, either sitting or standing in the temple. Parmar suggests that the idol or images placed in the temple should not be cracked or damaged, as they are considered sinister. These tips of place your mandir at home according to Vastu Shastra will keep your surrounding positive. One should be able to perform puja wherever the temple is. During the special puja, the whole family tends to pray together. Therefore, make sure there is enough space for the family to sit and pray. A good and healthy energy flow is necessary for the mandir area. So, keep it clean and tidy, free of dust and cobwebs, and avoid filling the space with too many accessories. A feeling of serenity and calmness is what a mandir should have.