A unique design oil lamp diya inspired from one of the flowers from ancient Indian literature - Maulsari, also known as Vakul (Mimusops elengi). A very small and fragrant flower used for garlands and other ornaments. The milkmaids of Vrindavan are allured by Krishna playing his flute under this flower's tree on the banks of the Yamuna. This beautiful diya is a great puja accessory and a can also be used as a decor piece for gifiting or for one's own use.
|Glass crystal petal diya (oil lamp or deepak)|
|Dimensions: 4*4*2 inches (L*W*H) approximately|
|Material: brass and glass beads|
|Design inspired from Maulsari or Vakul, a very small and fragrant flower used for garlands and other ornaments|
|Place in home temple for daily puja ritual or use for any celebratory decoration|