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Copper pot vessel

India
Copper serving handis, Serving Pots or serving pan are made broad-rimmed with deep hammered finish. These serving pans used only for serving daals (lentils), kheer (rice pudding) chicken curry, and other dishes with a liquid base. The particular copper servewares shown above are more suited for serving food than cooking. Double layer of metals with air cushion minimizes heat radiation. Thus with lid on, the food can remain warm for much longer. With these copper serving utensils, you will be able to give to your guests the most authentic feel of traditional Indian dining. Dimensions of each Handi:17.5 Cm X 17.5 cmX 5 cm Weight of each Handi: 580 g Capacity of each Handi: 500 ml Beneficial effects of copper Copper is essential mineral for our body. Storing water overnight
India
Copper serving handis, Serving Pots or serving pan are made broad-rimmed with deep hammered finish. These serving pans used only for serving daals (lentils), kheer (rice pudding) chicken curry, and other dishes with a liquid base. The particular copper servewares shown above are more suited for serving food than cooking. Double layer of metals with air cushion minimizes heat radiation. Thus with lid on, the food can remain warm for much longer. With these copper serving utensils, you will be able to give to your guests the most authentic feel of traditional Indian dining. Dimensions of each Handi:13 cm X 13 cmX 4 cm Weight of each Handi: 320 g Capacity of each Handi: 225 ml Beneficial effects of copper Copper is essential mineral for our body. Storing water overnight
India
Copper serving handis, Serving Pots or serving pan are made broad-rimmed with deep hammered finish. These serving pans used only for serving daals (lentils), kheer (rice pudding) chicken curry, and other dishes with a liquid base. The particular copper servewares shown above are more suited for serving food than cooking. Double layer of metals with air cushion minimizes heat radiation. Thus with lid on, the food can remain warm for much longer. With these copper serving utensils, you will be able to give to your guests the most authentic feel of traditional Indian dining. Dimensions of each Handi:15 Cm X 15 cmX 4 cm Weight of each Handi: 440 g Capacity of each Handi: 400 ml Beneficial effects of copper Copper is essential mineral for our body. Storing water overnight

Show piece: kalash

₹ 1.600

India
Kalasha, also spelled as Kalash and kalasa, is a metal (brass, copper, silver or gold) pot with a large base and small mouth, large enough to hold a coconut. Sometimes "Kalasha" also refers to such a pot filled with water and topped with a coronet of mango leaves and a coconut. This combination is often used in Hindu rites and depicted in Hindu iconography. The entire arrangement is called Purna-Kalasha (पूर्णकलश), Purna-Kumbha (पूर्णकुम्भ), or Purna-ghata (पूर्णघट). Each of these names literally means "full or complete vessel" when the pot is referred to as the Kalasha (to avoid confusion, this article will refer to the pot as Kalasha and the entire arrangement as Purna-Kalasha). Sometimes the Kalasha is filled with coins, grain, gems, gold, or a combination of these items instead of water. The coronet of 5, 7, or 11 mango leaves is placed such that the tips of the leaves touch water in the Kalasha. The coconut is sometimes wrapped with a red cloth and red thread; the top of the coconut (called Shira – literally "head") is kept uncovered. A sacred thread is tied around the metal pot. The Shira is kept facing the sky. The Kalasha is viewed as an auspicious object in Jainism. The Kalasha is used as a ceremonial object as well as a decorative motif in Indian art and architecture. The Kalasha motif was used in decorating bases and capitals of pillars from the 5th century This show piece is made by using threads and kills(in hindi).

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