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Ganesha Diya, Indian Handcrafted Brass Diya, Diwali Diya, Diwali Gift, Diya Lamp, Deewali Decor, Oil Lamp, Pooja Deepak, Oil Dia

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Key Features

  • Material : Alu mix, with Brass Coating Package included: 1 Multi-color Metallic Lotus Diya Deepak.
  • This product is used for lighting lamp using the cotton wicks. It is an integral custom or tradition to start all the auspicious events by lighting the lamp to create a spiritual atmosphere.
  • Brass diya Gee Oil lamps diyas are also considered as symbol of positive energy and are widely used for decoration purpose also like home decoration , bed room , kitchen, bathroom , dining room etc. decoration. Diyas are also having religious importance in India as they serve as the main decorative for Diwali celebration poojan and diwali decoration.
  • This Decorative metal lotus flower for decoration is a perfect Home Decor metal antique as well traditional oil diyas. Flower are also considered as Feng Shui Showpiece Gift Spiritual Lucky Gift, Fengshui Gift, Thanksgiving Gift, Anniversary Gift, Easter Gift, Birthday Gift, Wedding Gift.
  • Use & Care Wipe clean with dry cloth, do not use steel wool or wire mesh for cleaning.


Introducing our exquisite Ganesha Diya, handcrafted with pure brass, perfect for Diwali festivities. The intricate design and warm glow of this Diya lamp will add an elegant touch to your Deewali decor. Show your loved ones how much you care with this luxurious gift of light.

Weight: 120 gms


Deepak or diya is Sanskrit for ‘oil lamps,’ which are lit not only during festivals but for everyday worship in homes all over India. Stated simply, an oil lamp can be called a deepak. Some families light deepak to mark specific day parts; for example, at dawn, dusk or even both. Some households believe the light of the deepak in the shrine should be the first light at night, lit before any other lights are turned on. Others keep lamps burning continuously at all hours of the day in a practice called Akhanda Deepa. This custom stems from the belief that light is knowledge, knowledge is power, and together they vanquish darkness, or ignorance. Just as many flames can be lit from a single deepak without diminishing its brightness, knowledge can also be shared without being lost. Oil lamps are therefore considered auspicious symbols of knowledge, goodness and abundance.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
KN (United States)
A Diya with no wick to burn

Dear Ones, this beautiful Lord Ganesha Diya did not come with a wick to burn this lamp, as the photograph clearly shows as Diya with its wick lit. Disappointed that it can not be used until I know how to add a wick to it myself. There were also no instructions included? Thank you anyway for the beauty of it although it would be so much more beautiful lit.