This is where fire ceremonies are performed at winter time. It is also a good place for doing yoga practices, but only the ones that do not involve physical exercise like Hatha Yoga or the Five Tibetans.
The construction of a new winter dhuni (on the picture) is being planned, which would be more spacious than the current one. The architecture of the building will be a symbiosis of Indian and Estonian national styles.
It will be located in an intersection of the lines of the pattern of the Flower of Life; a fireplace (kund) and an altar have been planned to stand exactly on this spot.
The building has been planned to have entrances both on the front and on the back, so that it would be more comfortable for the persons performing the ceremony to carry out the necessary activities.