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Traditional Indian oil lamps

Oil Lamps

Traditional Indian oil lamps

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details description of yaali uruli and diya

Handicrafts | Madhurya

the sliver diya part will be a red/gold/black painted clay diya. The vinayak on top will actually be replaced with an invitation holder, and the invitation will sit in that. The invation holder will somehow have to be molded into a wet clay diya or hot glued to the back of a painted diya.

Beautiful diya's / indian candle holders painted in gold. £1.50 each OpulenceHQ@outloo...

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A painted Diya

designer diyas, decorating diyas

Arts & Crafts from India | Small Brass Diya

Happy Diwali Glowing Lamps Picture

Dancing Ganesha Deepa (lamp)

Dancing Ganesha Deepa (lamp)

Peacock Diya

Painted diya-10 pcs., Handicraft Shop India

Painted diya-10 pcs., Handicraft Shop India

Diyas being painted

Diwali Festival

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Hand painted Kundan Diyas

Handpainted Clay Diya (earthen Lamp) in Mithila / Madhubani Painting. Artist : Nupur Nishith

Handpainted Diya in Mithila / Madhubani Painting

Decorated Lamps and Alpana for Diwali

Diwali :: Painted Holding Hands Bowl SKU #445266 $14.99

Dinnerware Sets | World Market

Diya Painting

Diya Painting

Beautiful Hand Painted Kundan Diya

paint your prayers...

Oil used to lamp a light - The best oil to light up lamp before god is cow ghee. Next comes ordinary oil. “Mahua flower oil” or “ippa oil” might be extraordinary.

The divine spark!

I love Diwali too! Lighting up the house brings this feeling of warmth and together-ness :)

Happy Diwali 2012

Diwali Festival of Lights: October/November.A family-oriented festival with firecrackers, sweets, and the lighting of small clay lamps and candles. Also known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is celebrated in various parts of the world including India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Fiji, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago. The word Diwali itself came into popular use after it was first known by the name of Dipavali, which derives the meaning a row of lamps.

Clay lamps for Hindu Fall/Winter holiday of Diwali

Winter Decorations for “More than Christmas” Holidays

Guyana || Diwali (Festival of Lights) involves the lighting of small clay lamps (diyas) filled with oil to signify the triumph of good over evil. The ...