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    Aishwarya Gajalakshmi Lamp 3.2″

    2,700

    Handcrafted Bronze lamp topped with a beautifully carved frieze depicting the Goddess Gajalakshmi one of the eight Ashtalakshmis. She is depicted seated on her lotus throne, flanked by two elephants showering holy water on her, framed by an elegant Prabhavali. She is said to have risen from the cosmic ocean when it was churned for the fabled Amrit. Seated in the Padmasana pose, her upper arms hold lotuses symbolising purity and beauty. With the mudras on her lower hands, she protects and blesses us with prosperity. The Gajalakshmi lamp is a traditional lamp presented to new brides on the day of their wedding. It is also an auspicious gifts for house warmings. The lamp must be lit twice every day, at dawn and dusk.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 13.6″

    6,300

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 13.6″

    9,900

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 16.8″

    12,600

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 26.4″

    25,200

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 28″

    27,000

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 36.4″

    39,600

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 6.8″

    1,500

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam Kuthu Vilakku 8.4″

    2,100

    Handcrafted brass kuthuvilakku, a traditional south Indian lamp. The lamp has a wide circular base, a stem on which the five wicked lamp is set. The lamp is topped with a graceful Annam bird. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The Annam Kuthuvillaku is gifted to newlywed brides, by their parents, as an auspicious symbol of her new life. It is lit on special occasions like festivals or auspicious events at home. In fact all Hindu ceremonies are commenced by lighting the Kuthuvilakku. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

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    Annam Lamp With 4 Leg 4″

    3,300

    Handcrafted bronze lamp set with a handle, topped with the mythical Annam Bird. The base of the lamp is supported by four legs made with bronze scrollwork. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The lamp is an elegant addition to your Puja room, or as an ornamental element in your home décor. A lamp inspired by traditional Indian designs and religious themes, it is best lit twice a day at dawn and dusk. The bronze and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Annam With Deepam 3.2″

    1,350

    Handcrafted brass lamp set with 5 agals, around an Annam Bird topper. The lamp is set on a small pedestal with four legs that are carved in traditional motifs. The Annam, stands for purity in spirit and innocence in Hindu mythology. It is also the Vaahana of Lord Brahma the Creator, and is compared to the ideology of Moksha or salvation. The lamp is an elegant addition to your Puja room, or as an ornamental element in your home décor. A lamp inspired by traditional Indian designs and religious themes, it is best lit twice a day at dawn and dusk. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

  • Divine Mantra

    Balaji Thayar Lamp 2.4″

    600

    Handcrafted Brass lamp, topped with a circular shield depicting Lord Balaji with his consort, affectionately called as Thayar, the Supreme Mother, by her devotees. The deities are dressed in royal finery, and bedecked in jewels and garlands. They stand framed by etched Prabhavalis, with fine detailing by the artisans The Balaji Thayar lamp acts as a receiver for their divine energy. Lighting it invokes the combined Blessings of Lord Vishnu and Maa Lakshmi. The brass and the 24kt Gold Plating, attracts qualities like prosperity, happiness, fertility, and peace. They also cleanse the home and vibrate with positivity.

  • Divine Mantra

    Balaji Thayar Lamp 3.2″

    1,350

    Handcrafted Brass lamp, topped with a circular shield depicting Lord Balaji with his consort, affectionately called as Thayar, the Supreme Mother, by her devotees. The deities are dressed in royal finery, and bedecked in jewels and garlands. They stand framed by etched Prabhavalis, with fine detailing by the artisans The Balaji Thayar lamp acts as a receiver for their divine energy. Lighting it invokes the combined Blessings of Lord Vishnu and Maa Lakshmi. The brass and the 24kt Gold Plating, attracts qualities like prosperity, happiness, fertility, and peace. They also cleanse the home and vibrate with positivity.

  • Divine Mantra

    Gajalakshmi Lamp 2.4″

    790

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a circular shield depicting the Godess Gajalakshmi one of the eight Ashtalakshmis. She is depicted seated on her lotus throne, flanked by two elephants showering holy water on her. She is said to have risen from the cosmic ocean when it was churned for the fabled Amrit. Seated in the Padmasana pose, her upper arms hold lotuses symbolising purity and beauty. With the mudras on her lower hands, she protects and blesses us with prosperity. The Gajalakshmi lamp is a traditional lamp presented to new brides on the day of their wedding. It is also an auspicious gifts for house warmings. The lamp must be lit twice everyday, at dawn and dusk.

  • Divine Mantra

    Gajalakshmi Lamp 3.2″

    1,590

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a circular shield depicting the Godess Gajalakshmi one of the eight Ashtalakshmis. She is depicted seated on her lotus throne, flanked by two elephants showering holy water on her. She is said to have risen from the cosmic ocean when it was churned for the fabled Amrit. Seated in the Padmasana pose, her upper arms hold lotuses symbolising purity and beauty. With the mudras on her lower hands, she protects and blesses us with prosperity. The Gajalakshmi lamp is a traditional lamp presented to new brides on the day of their wedding. It is also an auspicious gifts for house warmings. The lamp must be lit twice everyday, at dawn and dusk.

  • Contemporary Gifts

    Gajalakshmi Lamp 3.6″

    2,160

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a circular shield depicting the Goddess Gajalakshmi, one of the eight Ashtalakshmis. She is depicted seated on her lotus throne, flanked by two elephants showering holy water on her. She is said to have risen from the cosmic ocean when it was churned for the fabled Amrit. Seated in the Padmasana pose, her upper arms hold lotuses symbolising purity and beauty. With the mudras on her lower hands, she protects and blesses us with prosperity. The Gajalakshmi lamp is a traditional lamp presented to new brides on the day of their wedding. It is also an auspicious gift for house warmings. The lamp must be lit twice every day, at dawn and dusk.

  • Décor Mantra

    Ganesha Wall Hanging Agal 10.8″

    6,300

    Handcrafted Brass wall hung lamp that depicts the face of Ganesha, with the Agal set on his trunk. The Ganesha head is finely crafted by master artisans of India. The classic Indian lamp is as auspicious as the presence of Ganesha himself. Lighting the lamp dispels darkness, much like Ganesha dispels ignorance with the light of wisdom. The lamp is an elegant addition to your Puja room, or as an ornamental element in your home décor. A lamp inspired by traditional Indian designs and religious themes, it is best lit twice a day at dawn and dusk. Lighting the lamp invokes the blessings, and protection of Lord Ganesha. The brass and the metals in the finish, also cleanse the space, and impart positive energy to your home.

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    Kamakshi Lamp 5.6″

    4,500

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a shield depicting the Goddess Kamakshi, an incarnation of Shakthi with Lakshmi and Saraswati in her eyes. She is depicted seated on her lotus throne, flanked by two elephants showering holy water on her. She is took birth on earth to save the Gods from the wrath of the Asuras, and is said to have taken seat in Kanchipuram. The Kamakshi lamp is a traditional gift to newly wed brides from their mothers, and also from the wedding guests. It is also an auspicious gift for housewarmings. The lamp must be placed in front of the Gods in the Puja room and lit twice a day at dawn and dusk. The lamp’s light will bestow the home with prosperity, peace, and harmony in relationships.

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    Kubera Deepam 2.4″

    150

    Handcrafted brass Kubera lamp, which is an agal lamp that is carved with flower petal motifs on the rim. Kubera was the God of wealth and the King of the Yakshas. The Kubera lamp is a symbol of luck and prosperity, like the iconic Kubera it was named for. The lamp is crafted from premium brass, and finished in pure 24kt Gold. The lamp must be lit twice in the day, in the morning at dawn, and evening at dusk. It can be placed in the Puja room, in the Lamp alcove of the Tulsi maadam, or on either side of the stove in the kitchen. The metals cleanse your space, creating a conducive energy for harmonious living, while its divine light attracts the blessings of the Gods.

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    Kubera Deepam 2.8″

    300

    Handcrafted brass Kubera lamp, which is an agal lamp that is carved with flower petal motifs on the rim. Kubera was the God of wealth and the King of the Yakshas. The Kubera lamp is a symbol of luck and prosperity, like the iconic Kubera it was named for. The lamp is crafted from premium brass, and finished in pure 24kt Gold. The lamp must be lit twice in the day, in the morning at dawn, and evening at dusk. It can be placed in the Puja room, in the Lamp alcove of the Tulsi maadam, or on either side of the stove in the kitchen. The metals cleanse your space, creating a conducive energy for harmonious living, while its divine light attracts the blessings of the Gods.

  • Décor Mantra

    Lakshmi Wall Hanging Agal 10.8″

    6,300

    Handcrafted Brass wall hung lamp set with a relief of Lakshmi framed by a scrollwork patterned plaque. The plaque is set with a round opening for mounting on the wall, and the agal is at its base. The Lakshmi is finely crafted by master artisans of India. The classic Indian lamp is as auspicious as the presence of Lakshmi herself. The lamp is an elegant addition to your Puja room, or as an ornamental element in your home décor. A lamp inspired by traditional Indian designs and religious themes, it is best lit twice a day at dawn and dusk. Lighting the lamp invokes the blessings of prosperity and abundance from Lakshmi. The brass cleanses the space, and imparts positive energy to your home.

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    Lotus Kamal Deepam 2.4″

    600

    Handcrafted Brass lamp, shaped in the form of an open lotus flower, with its petals beautifully arranged outward. From the centre rises a circular lamp with central wick stand. The lamp is delicately designed to be a contemporary rendering of the spiritually significant Lotus flower. The base is designed to mimic inverted lotus petals.The Lotus Kamal Deepam is a delightful addition to not just your Puja room, but to your entire home décor. The metals in the finish, and the brass spread positive energy throughout your space. Oil lamps are traditionally lit at dawn and dusk. The Lotus Kamal Deepam can also be used to create a luxuriant ambiance for gatherings, with its soft and diffused light.

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    Saibaba Lamp 2.4″

    600

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a circular shield, depicting Shirdi Sri Sai Baba. He is shown in his famous seated pose, preaching good thoughts, and acting as our guide to the spiritual realm. He was a spiritual leader who acted beyond religions. He founded his principles on compassion, charity, empathy, and mastery over the self. The brass and metal finishes give off positive vibrations that keep us calm and productive. The metals also attract prosperity and peace. Lighting the lamp and meditating with our focus on the flame gives us clarity and self-awareness. Thursdays are the best day to fast and offer prayers to Sai Baba, and this is said to grant any wishes we may have.

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    Saibaba Lamp 2.8″

    1,200

    Handcrafted Brass lamp topped with a circular shield, depicting Shirdi Sri Sai Baba. He is shown in his famous seated pose, preaching good thoughts, and acting as our guide to the spiritual realm. He was a spiritual leader who acted beyond religions. He founded his principles on compassion, charity, empathy, and mastery over the self. The brass and metal finishes give off positive vibrations that keep us calm and productive. The metals also attract prosperity and peace. Lighting the lamp and meditating with our focus on the flame gives us clarity and self-awareness. Thursdays are the best day to fast and offer prayers to Sai Baba, and this is said to grant any wishes we may have.