Brass lamps hold a popularity that others seldom enjoy. Whether because of a traditional attachment,
as it was used for auspicious occasions, or because of its golden shine, the material remains one of the favorites
WHY OUR LAMPS
The traditional brass lamps that are used have many names:
Diya, Deep, Deepak, Jyoti, Jyoth, Vilakku, etc.
An ancient shloka dedicated to the lamp:
I fold my hands before the Light of the Lamp which brings
Auspiciousness, Health and Prosperity,
and which Destroys Inimical Feelings.
Salutations to the Light of the Lamp.
We offer six different types of customised brass lamps Ganesha Deep, Kubera Deep, Lakshmi Deep, Padma Deep, Durga Deep and Balaji Deep.
- Each lamp comes as a set with eight easy to use, innovative, uniquely designed puja lamp oil refills, that light up to one hour.
- Lighting lamps is made clean and easy with our puja lamp oil refills.
- Additional Lakshmi Deep lamp oil refills are available in 30 Pcs Packing and can be purchased on Amazon.
- Place the refill in the lamp and light. When done, replace refill.
ABOUT OUR DIFFERENT LAMPS
Lord Ganesha clears the obstacles and paves the way for us to move forward in life. The large elephant head of Lord Ganesha symbolizes wisdom, understanding, and a discriminating intellect that one must possess to attain perfection in life
The Padma deep or lotus lamp, as the name suggests, is crafted like a fully open lotus. The lotus is a symbol of creation. Rooted in muddy waters, it rises above to bloom, its petals untouched by the water. Lighting the Padma lamp will alleviate ignorance, illuminate your mind with knowledge and give you mental clarity.
Kubera Deep is named after Lord Kubera, the god of wealth and the treasurer of Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi. Considered as protector of the world, he is known as Vaisravana in Buddhism & Sarvanubhuti in Jainism. Kubera represents wealth, prosperity and glory – he who not only distributes, but also maintains and guards all the treasures of this universe
The Lakshmi Deep is popularly known as Kamakshi Vilakku. A divine lamp of Goddess or Devi Kamakshi, ‘Lakshmi of power’ – one of the 8 Ashta-Lakshmis, symbolises prosperity.
Lord Venkateswara a combination of two words Ven keep away and kata troubles, He who keeps away troubles. Popularly also known as Lord Balaji, we are pleased to offer a new lamp Balaji Deep uniquely designed with 8 lamp refills that burn upto an hour containing a combination of vegetable lamp oil and Panchadeepam oil with a cotton wick.
Welcome Goddess Durga Devi into your house this festive season. Light a Durga Deep lamp and pray to her to help you overcome all your difficulties and usher in peace and prosperity. New offering with 8 refills that burn up to an hour containing a combination of vegetable lamp oil and panchadeepam oil with a cotton wick.