Everyone has built a temple at his home to do worship. It is believed that by worshiping daily, the path of progress opens up with positive energy coming in the house. But keeping some things in the place of worship and doing some mistakes during worship should be avoided. This invites troubles along with increasing negativity in the house. At the same time, obstacles also start coming in the way of progress. In such a situation, according to Vastu and Astrology, it is better to remove these things from the temple immediately. So let's know about those things...
no broken sculptures
Broken idols and torn religious books should not be kept in the temple of the house even by mistake. In such a situation, if you have these in your place of worship, then immediately throw them in running water.
Shivling should not be bigger than the size of the thumb
By the way, Shivling is in the temple. But if you want to install Shivling at home also, then keep in mind that it should not be bigger than the size of the thumb.
never keep 2 conch shells
Keeping a conch shell in the temple of the house and blowing it is considered auspicious. This brings happiness, prosperity and happiness along with the communication of positive energy in the house. But it should always be kept as 1. It is considered inauspicious to have more than one. At the same time, keeping the idol of Lord Ganapati more than 2 should be avoided.
Avoid having such photos
According to astrology, one should avoid putting photographs and photographs of the dead in the temple of the house. Also, during its worship, keep in mind that the lamp is not extinguished. It is considered inauspicious to light a lamp while worshiping. It is said that it does not get the full fruit of worship. Apart from this, never go to the temple wearing shoes and slippers in and around it.
Do not keep such stuff even by mistake
According to astrology and Vastu Shastra, one should avoid keeping any heavy object or junk in the temple. Due to this, negative energy resides in the house. Also, always wash the flower or garland and offer it to Lord ji.