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In Hinduism As an indispensable part of the daily worship ritual, the Brass Lamps or Diya as the pooja lamp are lit to bow down to knowledge as the greatest of all forms. The oil or ghee in the lamp symbolizes our vasanaas or vices and the cotton wick, the ego. When lit by spiritual knowledge, the vasanas get slowly exhausted and the ego too perishes. The flame of a lamp always burns upwards and similarly one should acquire such knowledge as to take us towards higher ideals. Lord Krishna wears a peacock feather on his crown. Lord Karthikeyan uses the peacock as his mode of conveyance. Peacock is considered as a bird of protection and safeguarding as well as for psychic self.
Whatever craftsmen have made such beautiful and captivating lamps of 27 WICKS, we bow before them. It is imperative to work diligently, with so much precision, and extraordinary diligence, embroidery and utmost patience in castings and carvings of the pedestal, the three tray diyas and the eight oval-shaped small deepaks, the base atop the legs holding the total sculpture, the thumbs ( pillars ) in-between the 27 wicks diyas and finally the exotic peacock has been so captivated, enthralled and mesmerized that the onlookers are spellbound.
The exotic peacock, with its silky slim neckline, bright thick & long-tail having shiny, sunny colored & feathers, a small silvery beak with blinking eyes, topped with a majestic colorful crown makes peacock an essence of the natural world. people keep peacock feathers at home believing that they will bring wealth and prosperity and intellect into the house. Its feathers also keep the house free from flies and other insects.
Brass Statue28.00 inch Height X 7.20 inch Width x 7.20 inch Depth
Item Code: ZEN479
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