Lighting a diya is an important aspect of any pooja or ritual in Hinduism. The light that emerges out from it is a symbol of divinity, wisdom, intellect and a protector against the demonic darkness. All auspicious occasions commence with the lighting of a lamp which is maintained throughout the occasion. This large peacock lamp is a fine brass carve that can enlighten your house with its divine light and the beauteous structure enhances its aesthetic values. Its smooth and shiny texture of bright yellow-gold shade captures the eyes of the viewer as an enchanting ornamentation to decorate your worship corners.
The base is formed in double layered plates and holds the long rounded stick of a distinctive styled design of wave-like patterns. As you move up, a round plate of seven wicks supports the fourteen bells that hang producing a dangling sound; each wick is placed at a finite distance with two bells each filling the gap in-between. Peacock standing at the top accentuates the unending beauty of this lamp; the perfect chisels of its feathers and tail is a treat to watch. Peacock carries a hanging five wick lamp in its beak. These multiple wicks when lit up can enlighten your house producing a divine light of knowledge that symbolizes god itself.