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Why Do We Light A 'Ghee' Diya? The Scientific Reason & Benefits Behind The Tradition Will Make You Light It Daily

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We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. Today, we shed light on the scientific reasons that you would not know
  • Significance of lighting diya
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    Significance of lighting diya
    We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. The light represents moving from darkness into the light. But do you know there is a scientific reason too behind this tradition.
    The light of diya produces magnetic changes in the atmosphere of the surroundings. The electromagnetic force produced henceforth lingers on the skin for alteast three hours and activate blood cells.
    Secondly, diyas are burnt during the festival of Diwali, which comes in the month of October-November. This is a time when geographically, the western distrubances bring rain in northern India. Due to rains, the atmosphere becomes humid- a condition which supports the spread of bacteria and insects. In such a situation, the fire of diya and the chemicals it releases in air kill the germs.
    Click on to know the significance of using different oils to burn a diya...
  • +4 See more slides
    We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. The light represents moving from darkness into the light. But do you know there is a scientific reason too behind this tradition.
    The light of diya produces magnetic changes in the atmosphere of the surroundings. The electromagnetic force produced henceforth lingers on the skin for alteast three hours and activate blood cells.
    Secondly, diyas are burnt during the festival of Diwali, which comes in the month of October-November. This is a time when geographically, the western distrubances bring rain in northern India. Due to rains, the atmosphere becomes humid- a condition which supports the spread of bacteria and insects. In such a situation, the fire of diya and the chemicals it releases in air kill the germs.
    Click on to know the significance of using different oils to burn a diya...
  • +4 See more slides
    We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. The light represents moving from darkness into the light. But do you know there is a scientific reason too behind this tradition.
    The light of diya produces magnetic changes in the atmosphere of the surroundings. The electromagnetic force produced henceforth lingers on the skin for alteast three hours and activate blood cells.
    Secondly, diyas are burnt during the festival of Diwali, which comes in the month of October-November. This is a time when geographically, the western distrubances bring rain in northern India. Due to rains, the atmosphere becomes humid- a condition which supports the spread of bacteria and insects. In such a situation, the fire of diya and the chemicals it releases in air kill the germs.
    Click on to know the significance of using different oils to burn a diya...
  • +4 See more slides
    We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. The light represents moving from darkness into the light. But do you know there is a scientific reason too behind this tradition.
    The light of diya produces magnetic changes in the atmosphere of the surroundings. The electromagnetic force produced henceforth lingers on the skin for alteast three hours and activate blood cells.
    Secondly, diyas are burnt during the festival of Diwali, which comes in the month of October-November. This is a time when geographically, the western distrubances bring rain in northern India. Due to rains, the atmosphere becomes humid- a condition which supports the spread of bacteria and insects. In such a situation, the fire of diya and the chemicals it releases in air kill the germs.
    Click on to know the significance of using different oils to burn a diya...
  • Spiritual significance in Hinduism
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    Spiritual significance in Hinduism
    We all know the spiritual significance of lighting a diya. The light represents moving from darkness into the light. But do you know there is a scientific reason too behind this tradition.
    The light of diya produces magnetic changes in the atmosphere of the surroundings. The electromagnetic force produced henceforth lingers on the skin for alteast three hours and activate blood cells.
    Secondly, diyas are burnt during the festival of Diwali, which comes in the month of October-November. This is a time when geographically, the western distrubances bring rain in northern India. Due to rains, the atmosphere becomes humid- a condition which supports the spread of bacteria and insects. In such a situation, the fire of diya and the chemicals it releases in air kill the germs.
    Click on to know the significance of using different oils to burn a diya...

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