Brass Diya Deepak 'Champak': Akhand Jyoti Festival Oil Lamp Deepam Decor Gift (12120)
A unique design oil lamp diya inspired from one of the flowers from ancient Indian literature - Champa or Champak (Michelia champaca). This beautiful, delightfully scented cream-yellow flower is used often in worship. The tree is grown in temple precincts and is considered particularly sacred to Krishna. It forms one of the five flower-darts of Kamadeva (Cupid). Champaka flowers along with Ashoka and Punnaaga adorn the locks of the Mother Goddess Lalitambika. With a removable glass covering resting inside intertwined brass tubes, and capped with crown shape lid, this deepam is perfect for a long lasting flame. It also doubles up as a safety feature to minimise any fire hazard. Once lit, after placing a wick inside and adding oil, the light can last for long and spread its warm glow all around. A great puja accessory and a decor piece for gifiting or for one's own use.
Brass diya (oil lamp or deepak) with designer cover and lid
Dimensions: 3*3*5 inches (L*W*H) approximately
Material: brass and glass
Design inspired from Indian flower Champa or Champak (Michelia champaca) - a delightfully scented flower often used in worship. The tree is grown in temple precincts and is considered particularly sacred to Krishna
Place in home temple for daily puja ritual or use for any celebratory decoration