We design wooden mandir in various sizes, designs, patterns and specifications. These mandaps are perfect to be installed in homes in the temples. Made of supreme quality wood they are also durable as well as easy to clean. Light in weight and with premium polish and shine they have created wide demands in the market. Easily affordable and with remarkable cuts and perfection these mandaps are also provided with drawers to store all the puja ingredients. Our range depicts:
Wooden Kumta Mandir
Item Code: TKM2PL15
This Mandir / Shrine derives its name from the village of kumta in Karwar district, where it was made in mass scale for devotees of Lord Vitobha of Pandarapura. This mandap consists of a single kalash mounted on a simple shikar supported by plain pillars mounted on an ordinary base. Simplicity was the theme of this mandap and was used by the poor townsfolk to revere their Lord Vitobha (Krishna). Size in inches: 36 X 28 X 15 [ h X w X d ]
This Mandir / Shrine is a mini replica of the temple of Goddess Meenakshi of the city of Madurai. This temple is of great religious significance to the people of South and is believed to cleanse sinners of all their sins by visiting this temple at least once in their lifetime. This temple is made of a three tier Shikar culminating at the top with three Kalashas and two horns like structures adorning the Kirita. This shrine has got numerous bells which are rung during the aarathi carried out five times a day. Size in inches: 37 X 40 X 12 [ h X w X d ]
This mandir / shrine is built in the same style as the palaces of king vardhaman1 of the pulakeshi dynasty. This mandap is supported on two pillars and consists of five tiers totally carved from top to bottom with intricately carved pillars supporting pillar sections holding the roof of the mandap. This mandap is designed in shape of a window and can be hung on a wall or placed before an alcove / niche to house an idol. Size: 54 x 22 x 12 (h x w x d)
This Mandir / Shrine is a mini replica of the temple of Devi Mariyamman in the Sagara Town of Shimoga district, Karnataka. The temple of several tiers in its Shikar with several Kalasha adorning each tiers. The temple has a number of bells, which are rung during the time of Maha Aarathi for the benefit of the townsfolk. Size: 44 X 16 X 16 (h X w X d).