Puja (Temple) Room
Worship should be done in the north east, north, or east sides of the house. It is best that the temple room is in the northeast corner of the house.
The worship room should not be to the south.
The place of worship should be on the ground floor and not upstairs.
The altar should be located on the northeast side of the temple room.
The deities or pictures of the deities should either face east or west, and should not face north or south. It is best that the Deities face west and the worshipers face east.
The altar should not be set into the wall but should be at least 2.5 cm (an inch) from it.
The door to the temple room should have two shutters.
Toilets should never be above or below the place of worship.
White, light yellow, or light blue are good colors for a temple room. It is good if the worship room is shaped like a pyramid, sloping inward as it goes upward toward the roof in the four directions.