Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.

$19.99
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.
  • Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.

Organic Mustard Oil and 100% Soy Wax, Jasmine scented Diwali Diyas. Free Shipping.

$19.99

5 diyas per box. Free Shipping.

Hand Made. Made In Canada.

Ingredients:
Soy wax, organic mustard oil, Jasmine scent.

Burn Time: 3 hours per Diya

The Alooatta Diya Candle is a contemporary and convenient take on the traditional Diya light used in Diwali celebrations. Made in Canada with natural ingredients, each Rangoli-design clay bowl is filled with eco-friendly, vegan soy wax that is custom blended with organic mustard seed oil and aromatic essential oils. Alooatta Diya Candles burn cleanly, safeguarding the air in the home and the environment.

Each soy candle is subtly scented with Jasmine, our signature blend.

WHAT IS DIYA?
A Diya is a lamp typically made from clay. Diyas are native to the Indian subcontinent and are often used in Sikh, Hindu, Jain, and Zoroastrian festivals. Traditionally, diyas burn with a cotton wick dipped in oils. The Alooatta Diya lamps are filled with vegan soy wax and an eco-friendly natural cotton wick for a clean burn.

WHAT IS RANGOLI DESIGN?
During Diwali or Deepawali, celebrants create bright and elaborate Rangoli patterns out of coloured powders or sands. These designs welcome guests and invite prosperity.

WHAT IS DIWALI?
Diwali - also known as the Festival Of Lights - is the most important annual occasion for the more than 5 million people of Indian descent who are living in North America. The five-day festival is celebrated around the world by Sikhs, Hindus, Jains, and many Buddhists. Key to the Diwali experience is the lighting of diyas, symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness.