Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass / Vilakku (Pack Of Two)

Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass / Vilakku (Pack Of Two)

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The Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass, also known as the Vilakku, holds deep spiritual significance in Hindu rituals and ceremonies, serving as a sacred symbol of divine illumination and auspiciousness.The tradition of using lamps in religious ceremonies dates back thousands of years in Hinduism.

The Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass finds its roots in ancient Vedic rituals, where lamps were lit using ghee or oil to invoke blessings from the deities and ward off darkness and ignorance. The design of the Sangu Chakra Lamp is inspired by the conch shell (Sangu), which holds great symbolic value in Hinduism as a divine emblem of Lord Vishnu and the sacred sound of creation, 'Om.'

Uses and Benefits of Viha Sangu Chakra Lamp : 

1. The Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass symbolizes the divine light of knowledge, wisdom, and spirituality. When lit, the lamp radiates a warm and soothing glow, representing the presence of divine energy and enlightenment. It is often placed in home altars, temples, and sacred spaces to create a sacred ambiance and invoke the presence of the divine.

2. Lighting the Sangu Chakra Lamp is believed to purify the surroundings and dispel negative energies. The act of lighting the lamp signifies the removal of darkness (ignorance) and the ushering in of light (knowledge) and positivity. It is considered highly auspicious to light lamps during daily prayers, festivals, and special occasions to invite divine blessings and auspiciousness into one's life.

3.Devotees offer prayers and make offerings to the deity while lighting the Sangu Chakra Lamp as a gesture of reverence and devotion.

4.The flickering flame of the lamp symbolizes the devotee's earnest prayers and unwavering faith in the divine. It is a sacred ritual that strengthens the spiritual connection between the devotee and the divine.

5. The Sangu Chakra Lamp Brass plays a central role in various Hindu rituals, ceremonies, and festivals. It is lit during daily puja (worship), arati (ritual offering of light), homa (fire ritual), and other religious observances to invoke divine blessings and seek protection from negative influences.

6.The lamp is also lit during auspicious occasions such as weddings, housewarming ceremonies, and religious festivals to mark the beginning of new beginnings and celebrate joyous occasions.

weight:-500 grams

Height:-4.5" inches

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