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Jalani Divya Deep (Ghee Ki Jyot)

Jalani Divya Deep is an integral part of pooja. Jalani Divya Deep used in daily God worship and occasionally on Diwali puja. Tulsi Pooja. Jalani Divya Deep is a small lamp that is lit especially at Temples in Daily God Worship in the Morning & Evening Aarti or Pooja, Office and Home Pooja Diwali, & other places (New Year's in India). Though in these days electric lights are replacing earthen Diyas, still the charm of traditional Hindu Diya is always there. Jalani Divya Deep are used for offering prayers to Gods and the deceased ancestors, are floated on leaves over the holy rivers like the Ganges at Haridwar. They have long been linked with Diwali tradition and are today the most integral of all the Diwali decorations.

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Jalani Divya Deep is an integral part of pooja. Jalani Divya Deep used in daily God worship and occasionally on Diwali puja. Tulsi Pooja. Jalani Divya Deep is a small lamp that is lit especially at Temples in Daily God Worship in the Morning & Evening Aarti or Pooja, Office and Home Pooja Diwali, & other places (New Year's in India). Though in these days electric lights are replacing earthen Diyas, still the charm of traditional Hindu Diya is always there. Jalani Divya Deep are used for offering prayers to Gods and the deceased ancestors, are floated on leaves over the holy rivers like the Ganges at Haridwar. They have long been linked with Diwali tradition and are today the most integral of all the Diwali decorations.

Why do we light a Jyot or diya?

Light symbolizes knowledge, and darkness symbolizes ignorance. The Lord is the "Knowledge Principle" (Chaitanya) who is the source, the Enlivener and the Illuminator of all knowledge. Hence, light is worshiped as the Lord himself. Knowledge removes ignorance just as light removes darkness. Also knowledge is a lasting inner wealth by which all outer achievements can be accomplished. Thus, we light the Jyot to bow down to knowledge as the greatest of all forms of wealth.

Uses of Jalani Divya Deep (Ghee Ki Jyot)

There are different types of Jyot used for different purposes. The Jyot is considered a woman and is symbolic of Goddess Lakshmi (goddess of wealth) and is referred to as Deepalakshmi.
Jalani Divya Deep, thus, play an important role in everyday life in India. Lighting a Jalani Divya Deep near a Tulsi plant is a ritual followed by people almost all over the country. Diwali, essentially a Festival of Lights, is all about Jalani Divya Deep lighting up life and chasing away darkness. Lighting a Jalani Divya Deep in a house is believed to bring prosperity, plenty and abundance to the family. Electricity has not been able to replace the traditional and emotional significance of a humble Jalani Divya Deep in the lives of the people of India.

Ingredients:

Pure Ghee (Butter Oil/wax), Cotton bati (Round Cotton Wicx).

Process:

Jalani Divya Deep is purely make with Ghee. Jalani Divya Deep lit minimum 45 minutes to 1:30 hours normally. An artistically crafted Jalani Divya Deep is a small lamp completely airtight foil packed made of paper with Ghee used as the fuel and cotton wool as the wick.

Caution :

1. Jalani Divya Deep Keep away from Children.
2. Jalani Divya Deep Keep it in Cool and dry Place.
3. Jalani Divya Deep is not for edible purpose.

Product Name Inner Packing Master Packing
Jalani Deepak (Ghee Ki Jyot) 30 Deepak = 1 Box 30 Box in a Carton