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A diya, divaa, deepa, deepam, or deepak is an oil lamp, usually made from clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. Clay diyas are often used temporarily as lighting for special occasions, while diyas made of brass are permanent fixtures in homes and temples.What does the word 'diya' mean in English?
There is no one word for diya in english. You could call a diya a lamp, but lamps have a broader meaning, encompassing anything that refers to a type of light. Diyas are small bowl-like lamps made of mud. One has to pour unrefined oil or ghee and a cotton wick to light it.How does Diya lamp work?
How does it work? First, the reservoir needs to be filled with oil and turned upside down over the lamp’s base. This causes the oil to start pouring from the spout into the diya. Once the small opening in the diya is covered with oil, an air gap stops the oil from leaving the reservoir.