Candle through silk by Uday
A square metal tube is shown to be empty through and through. The tube has two sets of holes on three sides, equidistant from either end of the tube. Two colored silks are passed through these holes (one at the top and the other at the bottom). The space in the tube is just enough to contain silks. The silks are visible to the audience through the third hole in the tube that is always facing the audience.
A lit candle is now passed through the tube from the bottom and emerges at the top. Audience can clearly see the flame and part of the candle at the top. Candle is now withdrawn from the bottom of the tube. The silks are pulled one by one and shown squarely to the audience. Silks are totally unharmed. The metal tube is once again shown to be empty through and through.
Comes with beautiful felt case, gimmick, steel tube, and two yellow silks.