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Baiju Bawra's Oil Lamp
Baijulamp2

Origin

Baiju Bawra

Type

Oil Lamp

Effects

Releases large amounts of heat and light

Downsides

Causes family to temporarily disappear

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Francium-671CR

Aisle

643590-8269

Shelf

768202-6567-763

Date of Collection

May 12, 1692

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OriginEdit

Baijnath Mishra, better known as Baiju Bawra ("Baiju the Crazy"), was a court musician from medieval India. Nearly all the information on Baiju Bawra comes from legends and lacks historical authenticity. According to the most popular legends, he lived in the Mughal period during the 15th and 16th centuries. In one legend, he returns from a visit to find his whole family missing. While on a seemingly crazed search for them, fellow composer Tansen and his teacher put together a musical contest so Baiju could regain his composure. He reportedly sung songs capable of hypnotizing deer, melting stone and lighting oil lamps.

EffectsEdit

Produces endless amount of heat and light, enough to sustain several people in total darkness. A polished singing will allow it to fulfill even more functions. However, the user’s family is noted to temporarily disappear while in use.

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