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Razaa Luminate Box || Alokya X Sirohi

Sale priceRs. 2,150.00

Can a box strengthen a relationship bond and change the aesthetic appeal of your space? With Razaa Luminate Box, you can!

Delicately wrapped with jute ropes, the boxes hold onto your little treasure and add an earthy touch to your home aesthetics.

Each box contains not one but two scented candles packed with natural aromas that bind you and your loved ones together.

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Razaa Luminate Box || Alokya X Sirohi
Razaa Luminate Box || Alokya X Sirohi Sale priceRs. 2,150.00

Product Specifications

Hamper Inclusions

  • 2 Alokya Candles
  • 1 Sirohi Box

Alokya Single Wick Scented Candle

  • Net weight: 150g each
  • Total Burn: 15hrs each
  • Wax Material: Soy Wax
  • Shape - Round
  • Jar type: Terracotta with Hand-painted Pattachitra folk art
  • Inclusions - Jar with scented candle, lid, seed paper dust cover, wooden box
  • Craft Form- Terracotta from West Bengal
  • Art Form- Pattachitra folk art from West Bengal

Sirohi Box

  • Box Dimensions- 9(L) x 4(W) x 3(H) inches
  • Box Frame Material- Iron
  • Rope Used- Jute and Cotton

Handle with care

Before you get lost in the heady atmosphere created by our candles, remember to:

  • Keep within sight
  • Keep away from children and pets
  • Keep away from flammable items
  • Store in a cool and dry place

Follow these care tips to ensure a long life for your basket

  • Wipe down your basket with a dry/damp cloth

Enjoy Your Candle

Our fragrances are crafted for your pleasure. To ensure a fulfilling indulgence, make sure you,

  • Trim the wick to a quarter of an inch before lighting the candle.
  • Let the wax melt to the very edge when using it for the first time.
  • Do not burn for more than 4 hrs.
  • Do not blow on the candle to extinguish it; use the lid to snuff the candle after use.


Indigenous to the eastern Indian states of West Bengal and Odisha, the folk art form of Pattachitra is a reflection of India’s glorious past.

The artists - who are called Patuas - have immortalised religious, mythical, and folklore instances in scrolls of fabric.

They use bright bold natural colours and a distinctive art style that is rooted in rural tradition. In a traditional performance, the Patuas unfurl the scroll as they sing their Pater Gaan and mesmerise the audience as they transport them to a land of myth and legends.


Our products are individually handcrafted and hand-painted. Therefore, they might not be identical as they are not mass-produced.

The differences in them are not flaws; but evidence that dedicated people have worked on your product with utmost love, care, and sincerity.

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