Swarga – The Dhanalakshmi Pooja Mantapa

The Pooja room is the most sacred place in any household. Swarga is designed keeping in mind the doors of heaven – the abode of the almighty. The roof of Swarga consists of a principal spire flanked by twin sub finials. The principal spire, or shikhara, houses a figurine of Goddess Dhanalakshmi, accompanied by two figurines of Airavatha – the king-god of elephants, on either side. Goddess Lakshmi is the resplendent Goddess of wealth, prosperity and material riches. Guarding the doorsteps of the mantapa are dwarakapalakas, or door keepers to the entrance of the mantapa.

The structure of the mantapa is made from pure, solid rosewood. The figurines are made in white cedar wood.

Swarga reeks of class, and is an abode fit for the Gods. Every single part of this mantapa has a significant meaning, and tells a story. The exquisite design speaks volumes about the abundance of the Hindu culture, and the stories the various Gods and Goddesses symbolize.

We at Wood and Metal, use solid rosewood and teakwood to create aesthetically designed doors, window frames and furniture, to suit customer specification. Solid wood not only looks visually appealing, it also provides more insulation and is more resistant to wear and tear.

Rosewood is a purist’s favorite, as it has an old style finish that never seems to date. The dark veining on the surface of the wood adds to its rich appearance. Teakwood is a rich, uniquely grained timber, which is sturdier and more termite and water resistant than any other kind of wood.

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