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 of 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.