B S NATURAL Decorative Colourful Designer Clay Diyas Set for Puja and Diwali Decoration & Wedding with Cotton Wicks (Blue, 11)


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A diya, diyo, deya, divaa, deepa, deepam, or deep is an oil lamp usually made from clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. Diyas are native to the Indian subcontinent often used in Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist ,Jain and Zoroastrian religious festivals such as Diwali or the Kushti ceremony.Terracota traditional diyas are perfect decor item and ideal gift for Diwali. Let your world be illuminated by our vivacious collection of diyas decorated with Beautiful Colors and glitters. Make your festive celebrations little more traditional and colorful with Cultural Concepts Handpainted Terracotta Diyas. Light it the auspicious way by filling it with oil or ghee and placing a cotton string or place a tea-light inside. You can light this earthen Diya/tea-light holder in whichever way you find convenient. Each Diya has its own vibrant color with a white-accented border on its edge and white satin in the center, which makes them stand out when used individually or together. These diyas are red and have the sacred satia impression in the deep center which makes them easy to carry and stand out when used individually or together.

Diyas symbolise goodness and purity, and lighting them denotes dispelling darkness and going into light. And since Deepavali is celebrated on the new moon day, a time of darkness everywhere; light these lamps are a means to get rid of darkness.
In Hindu tradition, the lighting of a Diya is an important part of prayer and it signifies purity, goodness, good luck and power. The festival of lights falls on the day of Amavasya or new moon day (15th day of Karthik Masam). So, the presence of light means the non-existence of darkness and evil forces.
Light symbolizes knowledge, darkness and ignorance. Lord is the “Knowledge principle” (Chaitanya), who is the source, enlivener and the illuminator of all knowledge. Hence light is worshipped as the Lord himself. … Hence we light the lamp to bow down to knowledge as the greatest of all forms of wealth.
Burning ghee lamp on the left hand in the scriptures is considered to be the best. While during the worship, the lamp of the oil should always be kept towards the right hand and the light of the lamp should be in front of God.

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