Anandham Pancha Deepam Oil

Hinduism and many other faiths across the world recommends the use of lamps and light in prayers. The light symbolises the absence of darkness, grief and sorrows. The Oil Lamp, Diya, Deepa or Deepam is lit to bow down to knowledge and remove darkness from our homes. It is customary to light a lamp before starting any auspicious event or ceremony and is a constant fixture in the “Pooja” or holy room in every home in India. By lighting lamps, the glow of the almighty is said to spread all over one’s home and is an invitation to the gods to visit our homes.

The Panchadeepa Oil or Panchadeepam Oil is strongly suggested to light a lamp to nullify all evil and bring knowledge, health and wealth into your home. The Anandham Panchadeepam Oil follows the recommended blend of 5 Oils in perfect and pure proportion to ensure that the purity and sanctity of your prayers are protected. Each of these 5 oils have their significance and should be mixed in the perfect ratio in the purest sense. Anandham Panchadeepam Oil has the below oils

1. Pure Gingelly/Sesame Oil (35%) - Gingelly Oil or Sesame Oil helps to eliminate difficulties and removes obstacles from one’s life

2. Pure Cow’s Ghee (20%) - Cow’s Ghee ensures prosperity, health and happiness. Said to destroy poverty and give peace in one’s life

3. Mahua Oil (20%) - This is extracted from the Mahua tree and is known as “Illuppai ennai” locally. It is said to free one from debt and evokes the blessings of Lord Shiva

4. Castor Oil (15%) - Castor oil is said to bring fame, name and happiness to one’s family. It is also said to increase devotional faith in one’s family

5. Neem Oil (10%) - Neem oil is said to bring wealth to the family

Lighting the Lamp:

While lighting the lamp, the direction that you point it to can also have significance:

Never light a lamp facing the south direction. It is considered inauspicious

North - Most preferred direction for lighting lamps. For success in all ventures undertaken and to bring wealth and fortune.
East - For good health and peace of mind from sorrow and enemies.
West - For freedom from debt and victory over enemies.

Shlokas to chant:

Subham Karoti Kalyanam, Arogyam Dhana Sampadah, Shatru Buddhi Vinashaya Deepa Jyotir Namostute.

Start your prayers with the above Shloka which means “ I salute the One who is the lamp-light that brings auspiciousness, prosperity, good health, abundance of wealth and destruction of the intellect’s enemy”

Deepajyothi Parabrahma, Deepajyothi Janardhana, Deepo me hara tu paapam, Deepa Jyothir Namostute

After lighting the lamp, you can chant the above Shloka which means “ I salute the Brahman, the sustainer of all creation in the form of this light. I salute the Lord, may he destroy afflictions resulting from my omissions and commissions”

Wicks to Use:

Different wicks again serve different purposes. The most popular and commonly used wick is of course the cotton wick which is used to obtain good fortune in life. Other wicks used are:

Banana Stem Fiber – Helps to seek forgiveness for mistakes committed and acts as penance for ancestral curses
Lotus Stem Fiber – Removes previous birth karma and establishes a happy and prosperous life
White Madder Plant Wick – Increases wealth and dispels bad luck
New Yellow Cotton Cloth – To obtain the grace of Goddess Parvati
New Red Cotton Cloth – Removes any marriage obstacles and child bearing obstacles

Special Reasons to light a lamp:

Lack of concentration and Mental peace: If you are finding it difficult to concentrate and are constantly disturbed, lighting a lamp can bring good vibrations into your mind.

Obstacles at work and career: Lighting a lamp for Lord Ganesha everyday will help clear obstacles in life. Will remove hurdles in your work life and move you forward in your career

Getting rid of past sins and to secure Moksha: Light a lamp with Pancha Deepam Oil for Lord Shiva everyday to appease for your past sins

Diwali – The Festival of Lights:

During Diwali, Hindus and people from other faiths in India light lamps around their homes. The legend behind the lighting of lamps says that this was the time when Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile with his wife and brother. People lit lamps to celebrate the return of their king. In Southern India people light lamps to celebrate the victory of Goddess Durga over the notorious demon Narakasura.

Diwali is traditionally celebrated on the New Moon day when there is absolute darkness. Light is significant in Hinduism because it signifies purity, goodness, good luck and power. The existence of light means the non existence of darkness and evil forces. Hence on Diwali, people light millions of lamps to get rid of the darkness. It is also believed that evil spirits and forces become active when there is no light. So lamps are lit in every corner of the house to weaken these evil forces.

All of our siddha traditions have today been scientifically proved to improve our ways of life and bring prosperity. The Pancha Deepam Oil has been long used by our spiritual gurus to bring knowledge, health and wealth to one’s life.

The Anandham family has been delighting customers for close to 75 years and with the Pancha Deepam Oil, we promise purity and are sure that it will bring health, wealth and happiness to your families. Lighting lamps with Anandham Pancha Deepam Oil brings happiness, health, wealth, fame and prosperity to your home. You have our assurance that we have used only the purest of oils and we guarantee that 55% of the blend is made with Pure Cow’s Ghee and Pure Gingelly Oil.

Packages Available in

PET Bottle:

200 ml, 500 ml and 1 litre

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