A trifecta of sacred dias to light up your hearth and fortune. ‘Dia’ is the word in many Indian vernaculars for handheld lamps fashioned from clay and lit with clarified butter. However, dias of alloys have been made by artisans in India for many eons, prized for their sturdiness and aesthetic appeal. The set of dias that you see on this page has been carved with the miniatures of Devi Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha, and Devi Sarasvati.
In many cultures across the subcontinent, the three deities are considered divine siblings. Their combined presence is believed to bring well-being and harmony into the lives of those who inhabit where they are installed. Projected upon a network of vines that rises from the edge of each dia, this ensemble would be a supremely sacred element of home decor. Zoom in on each of the dias to appreciate the beauty of the handiwork despite the scale on which it has been executed.
Each of the dias stands on three miniscule legs made of a thick section of identical-looking vine. The vines that emerge from the edge of the dia are more delicately carved. The oval-shaped frames within which the deities are engraved are held up in the beaks of a pair of parrots nestling within the vines.
Lakshmi: 11.50 inch Height X 6.50 inch Width X 6.00 inch Depth
Weight- 2.118 kgs
Ganesha: 11.50 inch Height X 6.50 inch Width X 6.00 inch Depth
Weight- 2.150 kgs
Saraswati: 11.50 inch Height X 6.50 inch Width X 6.00 inch Depth
Weight- 2.088 kgs
The brass Lakshi-Ganesha-Sawasvati lamp features three diyas(lamps) with all three deities, symbolizing pure divinity towards the divine beings and seeking their blessings. The lamp is made with an impeccable pattern, beautiful detailing, and has a premium design. The lighting of the lamp indicates the pure intention and the disappearing darkness with the light of the lamp. The power of these three supreme deities brings you closer to spirituality, your true higher self, find your purpose, and achieve your goals with ease.
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