Artistic beautiful pooja diya in the shape of fully blossom lotus flower.
Oil lamps are commonly used in Hindu temples as well as in home shrines. Generally the lamps used in temples are circular with places for five wicks. They are made of metal and either suspended on a chain or screwed onto a pedestal. There will usually be at least one lamp in each shrine, and the main shrine may contain several. Usually only one wick is lit, with all five burning only on festive occasions.
Height: 6 inches
Width: 3.25 inches
Length: 3.75 inches
Weight: 300 grams
Design: Made in thick shining brass.
Brass is a fire-oriented metal that exhibits projected energy. It is a popular in healing, wisdom and often used for prosperity and protection spells.
Location for lighting lamps and their importance in places of worship:
North - For success in all ventures undertaken. Most preferable direction to place and lighting a lamp.
East - For good health and peace of mind.
West - For freedom from debts and victory over enemies
South - Never light a lamp in the south direction. It is considered inauspicious