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FAQs

Are oil lamps safer than Candles??

There is a clear difference between the candle and oil lamp, yet the latter is much safer. It is observed that the top of the line oil lamps are much safer than the conventional ones and as a result, safety concern is lower than a candle when the position of the flame gets lower or the issues that may cause when the candle burns down. Moreover, using an oil lamp can be an affordable price option as the same can be reused, unlike the wax candles that are effective for one-time use only. The expensive the lamps, the better is the quality of the same in the long run. A good lamp will cost you negligible in comparison to the candles.

Are oil lamps better than Candles??

Oil lamps are better than candles. As per the ancient Hindu myth, burning oil lamps can have the best results as it helps in cleaning the air. These are undoubtedly elegant and authentic and genuinely traditional that can instantly boost the overall outcomes on a festive day. Moreover, you can increase and decrease the amount of oil inside the lamp to attain control over the lamp and its flame. The same can never happen in a candle. The latter tends to dance and flicker and cannot give as much steady light as the oil lamp and thus can be a cause of injury on a windy day.

Are oil lamps safe to use indoors??

Oils like mustard, clarified butter and sesame seeds are best for indoor use. Similarly, these lamps are safe to use indoors but with precautions. For instance - • Keep out of the reach of children and pets where they may accidentally knock these down and cause damage. • Avoid colourful oils as these spoils the wick • Always moisten the wick using oil before use • Use old-style wicks that have cut on one end and rounded on the other. • Remove the cover of the lamp and then add oil. Never overfill the same as the same can lead to damage • The flame comes in direct contact with the above oil spill, it will lead to major accidents.

Where to buy oil lamps??

You can buy the best quality oil lamps both online and offline. Although, wax lamps are easy to find offline yet getting the authentic Indian earthen lamps from the right sources can be a tough call. For instance - mustard oil is an important choice to light the lamp especially if you are using authentic earthen lamps bought from the online store. Using mustard oil to light up the area is a good idea as the same is pocket friendly and removes doshas related to Saturn. Finding the right oil lamp to decorate the home is an important aspect of your needs.

Who invented oil lamps??

The first description of using a simple lamp using crude oil was provided by the Persian alchemist al-Razi. The same was used in 9th century Baghdad and he referred to the same as Naffatah. He wrote this description in the Book of secrets. In 1846, Abraham Pineo Gesner invented the substitute for whale oil using distilled alternatives from coal. It is important to understand that the use of curved lamp begun in as early as the 10 millennium BC in the middle stone age. The oldest stone oil lamp was found in Lascaux in a cave that was 10k to 15K years old.

Why use oil lamps??

Hinduism and faiths of the world recommend the use of the lamps and lights. The same symbolises the absence of darkness and grief. The lighting of an oil lamp or deepam means that you have sought divine intervention and as a result, you bow down to knowledge to remove darkness from the homes. It is customary to light lamp before starting any of the auspicious or ceremony and is one of the constant features of the Indian Pooja. By lighting lamps, the glow of the Almighty is spread to all areas of the home. It is believed that the vibration that emerges from the same will work as vastu protection that restores the lost peace.

Which oil is used in Deepavali lamps??

For the best results for your Deepawali needs, you need to have Pancha Deepam oil that is the combination of five oils. Lighting up the Panch deepam oil means that you have nullified all forms of evil and bought knowledge, health and prosperity in the home. Using the right combination and mixture of the Panch deepam oil ensures that the purity and sanctity of the prayer are protected. Each of these oils has its own unique significance and is known to bring in happiness, health, wealth and prosperity. The same has - • Sesame oil or coconut oil • Cow ghee • Mahua oil • Neem oil • Castor oil

Which oil is used in Diwali lamps??

Mustard oil or sesame oil is used to light up the Diwali lamp as it helps to nullify the effect of evil spirits. It also helps to boost knowledge and prosperity in the home. As a result, using sesame oil for burning diyas has a great deal of importance in Hindu culture. Moreover, if you wish to receive the best results, the right choice can include pure coconut oil. However, while using the same, avoid placing the same in the south direction as the same is considered as the direction of Lord Yama. So, due care must be given to the kind of oil that you have used and the ideal way to light up the same.