For the spir­i­tual, no home is com­plete with­out im­ages of pop­u­lar deities Lak­shmi and Gan­pati, in­cense stick hold­ers, thalis for puja and a myr­iad other things

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Navra­tra and Di­wali are now over, but many of us still con­tinue with our usual pu­jas and other rit­u­als. Those still in the process of do­ing up their puja rooms can get some bright ideas by tour­ing stores in Delhi which are show­cas­ing puja thalis, in­cense hold­ers in ster­ling and sil­ver plated thalis. They may be heavy on your pocket but will cer­tainly brighten up your home.

On of­fer are hand­crafted thalis start­ing from ₹ 5,000, lamps that cost over ₹ 3,000, not to men­tion in­cense stick hold­ers and bells. Beau­ti­ful im­ages of Laxmi and Gane­sha on a lo­tus, Maha Devi and Laxmi Narayan, a tealight holder on Lak­shmi’s cha­ran, a conch shell bowl are a musthave for all house­holds want­ing to evoke spir­i­tual pow­ers and seek their bless­ings in style.

What are you wait­ing for? Bring in a few modern el­e­ments into your puja room this year with el­e­ments of sil­ver, gold and crys­tals. Laxmi and Gane­sha on a lo­tus by Fraser and Haws com­bine metal­lic el­e­ments of gold and sil­ver with dra­matic red

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