Specification:- Material:- Brass, Volume :- 800 ML, Height:- 4.5" Inch, Width:- 4.5" Inch
A kalash is placed with due rituals on all important occasions like the traditonal house warming grahaparvesa, wedding, daily worship
Brass enhance your home d̩cor & gives an elegant look to your space. Authentic & a value gift for every occasion.
In an indian home where occasions are plenty and rituals are elaborate, this Gift brass vessel comes as a blessing. Made by a simple yet elegant manner, this lota serves multi purpose use on all kinds of festivals or occasions
Great For Weddings, Anniversary Gifts For Mom And Dad Or Husband/Wife, Or Simply As A Good Addition To Your Current POOJA Collection.
Indian Art Villa Lend a hint of decoration to your home with this metal Lota/brass Exquisitely designed, this lota has unique antique look. This gorgeous and exquisite figure is perfect for your home decor as other uses. It is made of brass in antique finish. It's a wonderful keepsake for your home . Unique for gifts. This designer Brass lota isnt just a Lota. Its a multipurpose decorative embellishment for all modern homes. The product has been designed quite intelligently and features a Designer Brass Lota.A Lota is commonly used to store or transfer small amounts of liquids like water, particularly for cleaning and ritual purification. The lota is also used in religious activities, like Hindu puja. When used for Hindu worship, it is often decorated with sindoor and/or turmeric powder, kalaawa. Of all the objects the Lota is the simple vessel of everyday use.Brass Lota (Pitcher) is one of the most important part of ritual. A HINDU TRADITION Lota kalash pots are used for making offerings or puja in the Hindu faith. .The lota is also used in religious activities, like Hindu puja. When used for Hindu worship, it is often decorated Brass Material Can be use for Worship at home/Temple/office or use for Decorative Puropse, also an ideal gift for your loved ones.A kalash is placed with due rituals on all important occasions like the traditonal house warming (grihaparvesa), wedding ,daily worship etc. it is placed near the entance as a sign of welcome it is also used in a traditional Manner while receiving holy personages.