Swaha Brass Kubera Deepam
Swaha Brass Kubera Deepam

Swaha Brass Kubera Deepam

Swaha Brass Kubera Deepam

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Kubera Deepam, often referred to as the "lamp of wealth," is a significant element in Hindu rituals and practices. The term "Kubera" is derived from the Hindu deity of wealth and prosperity, while "Deepam" means lamp. Lighting the Kubera Deepam is believed to invoke the blessings of Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. 

How to Light Kubera Deepam

  1. Oil: Use ghee (clarified butter) or sesame oil to light the lamp.
  2. Wick: Swaha Akhandjyot cotton wicks (24-hour one) or the Swaha Easy Diyas (60-min, 90-min Tea Lights or the 4-hour ones) are usually used.
  3. Placement: The lamp should be placed in a meditation or prayer room or the northeast corner of the house.
  4. Timing: It is usually lit during the evening, after sunset, and during auspicious times the Hindu calendar (or Panchang)


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