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Since ages, oil lamps have been lit not only for the purpose of illumination but also to create an ambience of energy and positivity in your home. As per Sadhguru, lit lamps create an etheric sphere, which improves receptivity to any communication. 

 

Crafted of pure brass, Isha Life’s Buddha lamp is beautifully designed to help you create a receptive atmosphere in your meditation and pooja space. Its compact size makes it ideal for carrying on-the-go as well.

 

To use the oil lamp: Roll the cotton wick between your palms until it becomes long and thin. Gently thread the wick through the wick holder, leaving about ½ inch exposed at the top. Fill the lamp oil reservoir to at least two-thirds with a natural oil such as sesame or vegetable oil. Light the exposed wick and adjust the height of the wick as needed using tweezers.

 

The cotton wick is not included.

Brass Oil Lamp

Rp200,000.00Price
  • Why Isha Life’s Linga Buddha Lamp?

    - Crafted from pure brass

    - Lighting oil lamps can exude positivity in your home

    - Ideal for the puja room

    How big is it? (in cm)

    Small :

    Height : 7.2cm

    Diameter : 5.4 cm 

    Medium:

    Height : 10cm

    Diameter : 6.6 cm

    Large:

    Height : 11 cm

    Diameter : 7cm 

    Material: Brass

    How to use an oil lamp:

    • Roll the wick in between your palms until it becomes thin and long. Gently thread the wick through the top opening hole of the long wick tube and pull the wick down from the other side.
    • Leave about ½ inch of the wick exposed on top of the hole. Fill your lamp at least ⅔ of the way up with oil (any oil such as sesame, vegetable oil is okay), and then light the exposed wick with a match.
    • You may use tweezers to adjust the wick (the more you pull the wick up, the greater the flame) or to gently remove pieces of the used wick. Refill the oil and adjust the wick as needed.

    How to Clean Brass with Lemon and Baking Soda:

    Lemon juice and baking soda are powerful natural cleaners on their own, but when united, this dynamic duo removes brass buildup with ease. Start by squeezing the juice from half of a lemon into a bowl. Add 1 teaspoon baking soda and mix. With a clean cloth, rub some of the mixtures onto the brass. Polish and buff away grime, reapplying the mixture as needed. Wipe away any leftover residue with a wet rag, then dry with a clean cloth.