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This Nepali eighteen century design of oil lamp is indigenous to the Newar people of Kathmandu valley, this lamp is used on various religious and social occasions like birth, death and marriage. This beautiful hand-crafted brass sukunda has three major sections, vase which holds the oil, ladle which is used to pour oil on the front diyo (oil lamp) where cotton wicks are burned. Sukunda name itself comprises of two beautiful words “SU” meaning auspicious or beautiful and “KUNDA” meaning pond. This beautiful art of significance to Nepali people is a must have. This particular SUKUNDA has Ganesh crafted at front who is worshipped as a god of auspicious beginning and the kunda is guarded by two Garudas, who are referred to as a protector in Hindu mythology.


Dimension: 6'' H

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