Brass Lotus Diya
Product Details: The Handcrafted Brass Oil Lamp is a traditional oil lamp known as a diya. The diya is an oil lamp that burns vegetable oil or ghee Indian butter and has been a decorative light source since ancient times. After filling the lamp, insert a cotton wick and ignite it to illuminate the room. The lamps are used at festivals, but you can also use them as decorations in your house, such as in the living room or bedroom, or lay them on a dinner table instead of candles.
A diya, also known as a Deepak or a lamp, is a traditional oil lamp used in Hindu religious rituals and ceremonies in India and Nepal. A diya is typically made of metal, such as brass, and is filled with oil and a cotton wick. The wick is lit, and the flame is used to make offerings and perform puja (worship).
Brass diyas are particularly popular because of their durability and long-lasting quality. They are often used in religious ceremonies and festivals, such as Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, where they are lit and placed on the altar or in the home as a symbol of hope and goodness. They are also used as a decorative items in home decor and in special occasions like weddings.
Care Instructions: Wet the Diya with water, sour with pitambari powder for more shine, wash well under running water, and wipe clean with a dry cloth; do not clean with steel wool or wire mesh.
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