5 feet / 60 inches Kerala Design NilaVilakku Brass Lamp

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Traditional Indian Plain Malabar lamp or Vlilaku.

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Only 20 left

Product Description

Number of items : 1 Diya
Material : Brass 
Weight : 38-40 kgs
Type :
Dismantled and fixed

Description : Nilavilakku is the traditional brass lamp in Kerala. Nilavilakku is an auspicious lamp used at homes, pujas and weddings. Lighting the lamp is considered auspicious in many South Asian cultures. In Kerala this particular type of diya known as Nila vilakku is used in most occasions. They are hand made and looks very elegant to light-in up your festival.

Optimum quality virgin metals such as copper and zinc in required proportions along with high quality of brass. This handicraft item is designed by our skilled artisans with immense care.

The diyas are mainly used  as oil lamps. The wrick used is made from cotton and the oil used is mostly vegetable oil.

How to maintain : Use brass cleaning solutions to clean them once in a month. Tamarind can also be used to bring polish.

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