A repousse brass bowl with cobra-like leaves ascending in a circle has, at its’ center, a removable Amaya brass wick-holder with a never ending wick. The Brass bowl is mounted on a hand turned marble base. The symbolism of the snake is associated with Shiva, the Almighty One who is much a part of the oldest source on Indian worship, the Vedas, especially the Rig-Veda where it is used to create pleasing aromas and as a medicinal tool. This wick is to be used only with clean burning fragrant Amaya Luminescence oils, to infuse spaces with scents derived from pure plant sources. Naga is also available as an incense holder variant.