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A wooden temple or puja mandir refers to a Hindu home temple, made of wood, used for daily worship and prayers. It is a small, personal altar where families can perform puja (worship) to various deities, and is considered a sacred space within the home. Wooden temples can be elaborate and intricately carved, and are often passed down from generation to generation. They can be simple or ornate, but are always held in high regard as a symbol of religious devotion and cultural heritage.