Saudeep India Handmade Diwali Diya | Terracota/Clay Deepawali Deepak for Puja | Traditional Plain mitti Diya for Diwali Decoration(One Diya)
Saudeep India brings you the set of Handmade Traditional Clay/ Mitti Diya/ Oil Lamps for Dipawali Pooja Decoration & Gift:
A Traditional Diya:
A diya, diyo, deya, divaa, deepa, deepam, or deepak 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 religious festivals such as Navratri, Dussehra Diwali, Etc.
Worship and prayers:
A diya placed in temples and used to bless worshippers is referred to as an aarti. The beautiful colors of mitti diya along with the oil lamp will create a very pleasing and traditional ambiance in and around the house.
Significance To The Diya:
The oil in the diya symbolizes the dirt in the human mind — such as greed, jealousy, hatred, lust, etc — which human beings tend to nurture. The cotton in the diya is symbolic of the atma or the self or the soul. The diya presents light when the oil is burnt by the wick. Hence, the lighting of the diyas signifies that one needs to get rid of the selfish and materialistic thoughts. This frees one from all forms of sadness, guiding the path to enlightenment and to connect with the Supreme Being.
This Diwali let’s bring the light of unconditional love in our hearts and drive out all materialistic thoughts from our lives. While cleaning our homes, let’s purify our souls. As we throw unwanted stuff outside and unclutter our home, let’s throw our ego, jealousy, anger, and all the lower energies out of our life as well.
Diwali Diya in a Beautiful Gift Pack
Festival-Occation : Navratra, Diwali, Christmas, Home Pooja, Aarti Pooja, Temple Pooja, All Festival | Handmade.
VERSATILE UTILITY: You can place our beautiful oil lamps on your doorstep, window/balcony ledge, office, garden or use it to compliment your rangolis.
TRADITIONAL DECORATION: Add the final touches to your Diwali decorations with these beautiful set of diyas made by our own Indian artisans who are the masters of traditional pottery.