- Lakh Batti (Lakh meaning a hundred thousand, and Batti meaning lights) is a Hindu ceremony performed to bring upon divine intervention in order to change the course of one’s life.
- This ceremony is performed for many different reasons in the Hindu religion including; remembering the dead, to change the course of one’s life, to give good fortune, to heal health problems and many other situations.
- Sawa Lakh Batti 125 mutha packet.
Devotees wishing to get their wishes fulfilled by any deity of their choice pledge to light ‘Lakh Batti’: 125,000 wick lamps. Once the deity fulfills the wishes, the devotees light ‘Lakh Batti’ at the temple.cotton wicks, sesame seeds oil, five-baked clay dishes, one tiny silver dish, one gold wick and another silver wick.
Wicks are soaked in oil, and placed 25,000 wicks in each of the five clay bowl.A silver dish with a silver and a gold wick is placed in the main bowl and decorated them all with vermilion.The devotee takes the main bowl of wicks to the deity, and lights them, brings it out and places it on the ground facing the deity. Then the remaining four dishes are lighted from the main dish and after circumventing the temple three times, they are placed one each at the four corners of the temple.