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Brass Aarti | Ladle Aarti/ Aarti Diya with Handle/ Aarti Diya for Pooja

Original price Rs. 430.00 - Original price Rs. 600.00
Original price
Rs. 430.00
Rs. 430.00 - Rs. 600.00
Current price Rs. 430.00
Material: Brass
Size: 1.5 x 10 Inch
SKU 52505979
Width Height Depth Weight

3.5 in

1.5 in

3.5 in

0.205 kg

Width Height Depth Weight

4 in

1.5 in

5 in

0.33 kg

Presenting the Brass Camphor aarti diya with handle, a sacred and ornate creation designed for Hindu temples and pooja rooms. Crafted from durable brass metal, this exquisite piece holds profound significance in the practice of worship. As a customary ritual, camphor is delicately ignited within the Aarti plate during poojas, emanating a luminous flame that symbolizes devotion and reverence.

Key Features and Benefits:

• To perform the Aarti, simply place the camphor in the aarti diya with handle and ignite.
• Emulating the celestial dance of the sun and moon, the rhythmic motion of the Aarti before the deity embodies gratitude, devotion, and heartfelt offerings.
• The radiant light emanating from the pooja aarti serves as an offering, an embodiment of gratitude and humility, expressing profound spiritual connection.
• The gentle touch of the puja aarti's flame upon one's hands, followed by a brief placement on the eyes, infuses the ritual with positivity and a sense of inner peace.
• Rooted in Hindu Sastra, camphor acts as a conduit for forging a divine connection with the deity, fostering a deeper spiritual bond.
• Regular use of pure camphor within this Aarti dispels negativity, ushering in enduring harmony, prosperity, and serenity to your abode.
• The longevity and allure of brass, coupled with its heat-resistant nature, render it an ideal material for the creation of puja aartis, ensuring a lasting and cherished devotional item.
• The ritual act of lighting camphor within this pooja aarti lamp transcends its physical presence, signifying purification, protection from negative energies, and the embodiment of divine illumination in daily life.
• With roots tracing back to sacred hymns and devotional melodies, the ceremonial act of waving the diya or camphor before the deity kindles unwavering focus and a meditative state of mind, while invoking blessings of the deity/deities.