Lord Ganesha Five Wick Lamp

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SKU: B6497

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  • Product Code :B6497
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :9.50"H x 7.50"W x 5"D
  • Weight :2.200 kg.
    Description

    In this beautiful brass figure, Lord Ganesha with five-wick lamp is given a spectacular touch. The light symbolizes knowledge, illuminating and “en-lighten-ing” us. The light emanating from the ghee lamp removes darkness, ignorance and evil. The light or knowledge shows us the way out of our problems, fears, tensions, and unhappiness. The light of a ghee lamp is believed to bring in prosperity, as knowledge or wisdom is the greatest form of wealth. The wick is a symbol of energy and light where a light emits brightness. It is customary in India that all auspicious religious events and even important social functions will begin with the lighting of a lamp. This is like an invitation to the divine to come and bless us. In Hindu temples an elaborate “Aarti” prayer ceremony is performed with 5 diyas burning at once, and waved gently in a circular motion- in a clockwise manner, in front of a picture or statue of a deity. This aarti ritual literally purifies the atmospheric air. This symbolizes our dedication and oneness with the Lord and gathering from Him a part of his piousness and immense power and strength.

    Description

    Specification
    • Product Code :B6497
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :9.50"H x 7.50"W x 5"D
    • Weight :2.200 kg.
      Description

      In this beautiful brass figure, Lord Ganesha with five-wick lamp is given a spectacular touch. The light symbolizes knowledge, illuminating and “en-lighten-ing” us. The light emanating from the ghee lamp removes darkness, ignorance and evil. The light or knowledge shows us the way out of our problems, fears, tensions, and unhappiness. The light of a ghee lamp is believed to bring in prosperity, as knowledge or wisdom is the greatest form of wealth. The wick is a symbol of energy and light where a light emits brightness. It is customary in India that all auspicious religious events and even important social functions will begin with the lighting of a lamp. This is like an invitation to the divine to come and bless us. In Hindu temples an elaborate “Aarti” prayer ceremony is performed with 5 diyas burning at once, and waved gently in a circular motion- in a clockwise manner, in front of a picture or statue of a deity. This aarti ritual literally purifies the atmospheric air. This symbolizes our dedication and oneness with the Lord and gathering from Him a part of his piousness and immense power and strength.

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