Signs of Lamps ||84||

1A lamp, whose flame is turned leftwards, shows dull rays, sputters sparks, is of little bulk, goes out soon, although furnished with pure oil and wick, crackles, quivers, is diffused and gets extinguished without the agency of grasshoppers or wind.
2A light of compact form, long-sized, quiet, brilliant, noiseless, beautiful, turned to the right, of the lustre of beryl or gold, reveals immediate influx of wealth; so, does one that shines long and brilliant. The other symptoms are similar to those of fire.