Malabar Lamp made of Brass – 12 Inch



Oil lamps have a huge function in the Hindu religion and are discovered each at domestic and in Hindu temples. Single wick lamps, together with this, are generally used for puja (worship) in the circle of relative’s home. Every morning those lamps are lit the use of ghee, or oil, and a cotton wick, within the perception that the illumination from the lamp eliminates darkness and lack of knowledge, and in burning upwards the mild reflects the attainment of knowledge. The mild from the flame also lets in the worshipper to peer their god greater certainly as the lamp is usually lit alongside a photograph of the deity. Some also believe that the oil or ghee represents negative electricity and the wick, the ego. In lighting fixtures, the lamp, the ego and poor spirits are eliminated from the soul. These lamp are massive and can maintain enough oil (commonly ghee) to maintain the wick burning for numerous hours. Made in brass metallic, those diyas are durable and will probable closing forever. After every puja or aarti, simply get rid of the burnt oil and wick remains, wash it with water, and it is prepared for reuse. Get this lamp for performing puja and aarti the Hindu manner. This idol has been enthusiastically hand made by way of professional artisans from various parts of India the use of diverse conventional techniques.

Product Specification:

  • Product: Handmade brass
  • Length of the product: 10 cms
  • Breadth of the product: 10 cms
  • Height of the product: 33 cms
  • Weight of the product: 1011 Grams

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