This page is dedicated to the creations (re-creations) by the readers of my blog inspired by what they saw here. I thank the readers profusely for all the love and appreciation. A special thanks to all those who took the time and effort to forward the pics of their projects to me. Each time someone sends me a photo, it makes my day. There’s so much creativity in the air, its contagious! 🙂 If you’d like to spread the love, please forward your pics to me at
firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can feature them on this page.
puja mandir has been my most visited and most loved post. I am adding pics from readers who designed their mandir inspired by mine.
Chitra from Singapore writes, “We had a blast creating a customised altar for our Gods. Took us about a week to put it all together and we could not be happier. The kolams were hand drawn with a chrome paint marker (I found that nail varnish remover worked as an excellent “eraser” for mistakes).
Wanted to share a picture of our completed altar with you. Hope you get a kick to see how your creation has inspired so many all over the globe! :)”
I am amazed by Rojan’s nepalese version of the mandir. Such a creative way to personalize. Love it! Rojan Says, “Thank you for your inspiration. We had a great time making our own Nepalese version based on your idea!I just used what I had at home, few pieces of plywood, gold foils and cardboards, and my mom’s prayer bell as the gajur :)”
Anju writes, “It’s a conversation point when anyone visits me. Want to share my pooja shelf too …inspired frm your wrk I made one for my new home!”
Padma Priya writes ” Thank you so much that great and descriptive blog”
Sushma writes, “I know I already said this but this is such an awesome idea. Since you experimented with all the things and gave such detailed description on your blog, it definitely made things so much easier for ppl like me.”
Tejaswi and Kalyan write, “Thank you Shyama for the wonderful idea. May god bless you. We loved it and enjoyed making one for our new home which we just moved in.” They’ve used curtain finials from Micheals as toppers and and the spare holes in shelf for bells.
Dharini writes, “We loved recreating your idea and we couldn’t have been more happier at the outcome. It was a pleasure working with the project from beginning to end. I am blessed to have come across your blog. Thank you so much for such a creative and cost effective idea😀”
Nitha and Udy write, “Your blog inspired us to get a pooja mandir which was applauded by many of our friends..”
Bindu and Surya write, ” I really thank you so much for the post on your blog. Here is ours. We just followed your direction and it came out awesome.”
Lavender from https://lemonandlavendersblog.wordpress.com writes, “I did the same one for my home. 🙂 I just posted it on my blog. Hugs to you for this wonderful idea :-)”
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