The fig like pattern and carving on the dais of this Bajot or Chowki go right down into the legs that have a similar kind of ridge design. This accentuates the beauty of the piece and also provides symmetry of design. The Chowki is perfect for the prayer room and even the bedroom. You can even use this on either end of the living room, to hold two large brass vases or glass vases as well. The fig style pattern makes this a good looking piece with the embossed and tapered ridges that have been meticulously carved on to the periphery to render a heavy look to the entire piece. You can use one piece or you can use them in pairs. This wooden Bajot has a Greco style look thanks to the carving on the periphery that forms a wreath like design around the solid top of the piece. You can easily use this piece in the prayer room or a mediative space where you would need to place your incense and some books while you pray or meditate. This well polished and rich looking piece would add much beauty to the space along with the other pieces that you place here. We would ideally pair this piece with a marble minaret style Mandir that would also have a leaf like pattern carved on the sides. The wreath pattern also makes it a perfect fit for a dreamy look in the bedroom. This charming Chowki or stool is also known as Bajot. This is used for multiple purposes in Indian homes. This piece of richly carved furniture is most commonly seen in the prayer or meditative space. Yet, this does not deplete the multi faceted purposes that it can fulfill. While the Bajot would look beautiful and add to the resplendent and rich heritage of your prayer room, it will also bring in a wonderfully rich look within the dining room or the living room of your home. You can place this next to a few floor cushions and watch as you instantly gain a lounging space with some candles, your favorite music and some poetry books to keep you company as well. Try this piece in the bedroom too! The Bajot here is a perfect one with its lace like trim sitting in two distinct layers along the heavy periphery of the top. This gives it a rather royal look with the symmetry of design. The lace like carving has perfect symmetry and balance even as it adds much prettiness to the piece. You can use this low stool in the prayer room or your meditative space so that you can rest your books or any other objects like lamps and incense on the top easily. Apart from this kind of space, you can also use this low stool in your living room or the bedroom of the home. This would be perfect to use on two ends of the living room for planters. The link style or chain style carving on this Bajot is sure to take your breath away as it gives you something that is stylish and contemporary on a vintage and ethnic Indian piece of furniture. The Bajot or the Chowki has been used as an important piece of furniture in the prayer or the meditative room. Yet, we would not limit this piece just to a single corner of the home. When it comes to style as well as purpose, the Bajot delivers on both ends! While you can use this Bajot in the prayer room or your meditative space, you can also use it in the bedroom or the living room. The rich hue and polish would add much definition to any theme in any room! This wooden Bajot comes with rounded figures shaped and fixed on to the periphery. These look like contemporary roses that taper down as bells - thus bringing together the two main elements for prayers, flowers and bells. This would be the perfect addition to a purely meditative space that can instantly help you close your eyes and visualize a keen sense of inner peace and calm. The striped legs of the Bajot are sturdy enough to hold the heavy top that can carry a number of objects while you go about your prayer or meditation process. You can also use this Bajot in the bedroom, right next to the foot of the bed so that you can prop your legs up while you get dressed or lounge around.