I offered a candle to Lord Vishnu (and his Avatar Lord Dhanvantari) and Lady Laxshmi.
During the candle’s burn the flame split in 2.
After the candle as done (had burned out) the lung of wick that had split the flame looked like a butterfly or bow attached to the place the wick was by a thin thread hair thin kind of like those balloons you get on a stick as a kid except bow/butterfly shaped.
Do bows or butterflies have any particular meaning in Hinduism?
Sorry I can’t show a picture if it, I messed it up moving it around trying to get a good picture angle and it broke up in the process.
Add: I figure the flame splitting meant it (the thank you) was accepted by both deities but wonder if there was a message in the shape that was left when it was done burning.