PURE COPPER BOWL FOR POOJA | Tamba Katori | Handmade Pure Copper Plain Serving Bowl

Bowl Material Copper
Number of Pieces 1
Brand ASHOKA
Colour Brown
Style Modern
SKU: N/A

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Specification

Overview

Dimensions 8 × 8 × 3.5 cm
Size

3.5 cm Depth, 4 cm Depth

Description

Discover the Elegance and Spiritual Benefits of a Pure Copper Bowl for Pooja

Are you seeking to elevate your daily pooja rituals? Our handcrafted pure copper bowl, also known as tamba katoris, offer a timeless and spiritually significant way to enhance your offerings, purify water, and connect with the divine.

The Significance of Copper in Hindu Traditions

Purity and Sattvic Energy

  • Purity in Hinduism: The concept of purity, both physical and spiritual, is central to Hindu rituals. Copper, with its natural antimicrobial properties, is considered a pure metal that aligns with the need for cleanliness and wholesomeness in pooja.
  • Sattva: The Energy of Balance and Harmony: In Hinduism and Ayurveda, ‘Sattva’ is one of the three gunas (qualities) which represents balance, harmony, clarity, and peace. Copper is believed to possess a high degree of sattvic energy, making it ideal for pooja where seeking inner peace and connection with the divine is essential.
  • Promoting Spiritual Clarity: The sattvic nature of copper is thought to create an environment conducive to spiritual focus. The energy of the metal is believed to calm the mind, promote clarity, and help the practitioner connect with higher consciousness during their pooja rituals.

Conductivity of Divine Energies

 

  • Copper as a Channel: Many spiritual traditions recognize copper as a powerful conductor of energy, including positive, divine vibrations. This makes a copper bowl the perfect vessel for your pooja rituals.
  • Amplifying Prayers and Offerings: When you place sacred water, flowers, rice, or other offerings within your copper bowl, it enhances their spiritual potency. The bowl amplifies the energy of your prayers and intentions, directing them more powerfully towards the divine.
  • Attracting Positive Vibrations: Copper’s conductive nature attracts positive energies into your pooja space, creating a powerful and uplifting atmosphere. This creates an environment of auspiciousness and spiritual elevation.

Ayurvedic Benefits

  • Copper and the Doshas: Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, emphasizes balancing the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) for optimal health. Copper possesses a unique ability to balance all three doshas.
  • Copper-Infused Water: Storing water in a copper vessel for several hours infuses it with trace amounts of copper ions. This copper-infused water offers detoxifying, digestive, and immune-boosting properties.
  • Water for Purification: In pooja, practitioners often sprinkle water stored in a copper bowl for purification purposes. Both the physical properties of copper water and the spiritual significance of copper enhance this act of cleansing and preparation for sacred rituals.

Exquisite Craftsmanship and Design

Handmade with Love

  • Celebrate Artisanship: Our copper bowls are the result of generations of metalworking expertise passed down through families of skilled Indian artisans. The traditional techniques they employ infuse each bowl with a special touch.
  • Uniqueness: The handcrafted nature of our bowls means that each possesses its own subtle variations in texture and finish. This makes every piece truly one-of-a-kind.
  • Supporting Communities: When you choose one of our copper bowls, you’re not only getting a beautiful object but also supporting the livelihood of these artisans and helping preserve this valuable cultural tradition.

Plain Design Perfection

  • Timeless Elegance: The minimalist, plain design of this bowl epitomizes timeless elegance. It’s a testament to the inherent beauty of copper that needs no further embellishment.
  • Focus on Material: The absence of adornment allows the natural warmth, rich color, and subtle texture of the copper to take center stage.
  • Complements Any Style: Whether your decor is traditional or modern, this bowl’s simple design ensures it will blend seamlessly into your home.

Versatile Beauty

  • Pooja Essential: This copper bowl is perfectly sized and shaped to hold a variety of offerings during your pooja rituals, including flowers, rice, and sacred water.
  • Beyond Ritual: For religious gatherings, this bowl beautifully presents sweets, dry fruits, or other Prasad offerings.
  • Everyday Elegance: Elevate your daily dining experiences by using this copper bowl to serve dishes, making any meal feel like a special occasion.
  • Decorative Touch: This bowl makes a stunning statement piece, whether filled with fresh flowers, potpourri, or simply displayed as a testament to its beautiful craftsmanship.

Specifications

  • Overall Diameter: 8 cm
  • Base Diameter: 8 cm
  • Height: 3.5 cm
  • Depth: 3.5 cm
  • Capacity: 500 ml (16.9 fl oz)

Why Choose Our Pure Copper Bowl for Pooja?

Authenticity Guaranteed

  • Purity Matters: In many spiritual traditions, the materials used for sacred objects hold profound significance. We are dedicated to sourcing only the finest quality pure copper for our bowls, ensuring their authenticity and spiritual integrity.
  • Resonance and Energy: Pure copper is believed to be a powerful conductor of positive energies. Our bowls, crafted from pure copper, are designed to amplify the power of your intentions and prayers during pooja rituals.
  • Beyond the Physical: True authenticity goes deeper than just materials. We respect the spiritual traditions that our bowls are designed to serve, and this respect is reflected in every aspect of their creation.

Ethical Production

  • Fair Compensation: We believe in fair pay for the skilled artisans who craft our copper bowls. Their talent and hard work deserve proper compensation.

  • Sustainable Livelihoods: Fair trade practices provide artisans with stable incomes. This allows them to support their families and continue their craft with pride.

  • Preserving Heritage: When you choose ethically produced copper bowls, you help keep the ancient art of copper craftsmanship alive. This ensures it can be passed down to future generations.

A Legacy Piece

  • Enduring Quality: We use only high-grade copper and employ traditional techniques to create bowls that are both stunning and exceptionally durable.
  • Patina of Time: Over the years, your copper bowl will develop a rich patina, a beautiful testament to its use in your spiritual practice and a unique visual record of its history.
  • Heirloom Potential: With proper care, your copper bowl will become a treasured family heirloom, imbued with spiritual meaning and passed down through the generations.

Caring for Your Copper Bowl

Understanding Patina

  • The Beauty of Aging: Copper naturally develops a beautiful patina over time. This thin layer of oxidation adds warmth, character, and a sense of history to the metal. Many people cherish the unique look of antique copper with its rich patina.
  • Option for Brightness: If you prefer a shiny, polished appearance, there are safe and effective ways to clean your copper bowl and restore its original bright finish.

Natural Cleaning Methods

  • Lemon and Salt:

    • Acidity and Abrasion: Lemon juice contains citric acid, which effectively dissolves tarnish. Combined with the mild abrasive action of salt, this creates a simple and natural cleaning solution.
    • Technique: Cut a fresh lemon in half, sprinkle coarse salt liberally on the cut side, and gently scrub the surface of your copper bowl. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and immediately dry with a soft cloth.
  • Vinegar and Salt:

    • Similar Action: Vinegar also contains acids that break down tarnish, working similarly to lemon juice. The addition of salt provides a gentle scrubbing effect.
    • Paste Method: Create a paste by mixing equal parts white vinegar and salt. Apply this paste to your copper bowl and let it sit for a few minutes before gently scrubbing with a soft cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely.

Commercial Products

  • For Heavy Tarnish: If your copper bowl has significant tarnish buildup or stubborn spots, you may need a commercial copper polish for a deeper clean.
  • Caution: Always read and follow the instructions on any commercial cleaner carefully. Some can be abrasive, so it’s best to test the product on a small, inconspicuous area of your bowl first.

Important Tips:

Avoid abrasive scrubbers or steel wool, which can scratch the copper.

  • Protecting the Finish: Copper is a relatively soft metal. Harsh materials like steel wool or abrasive scouring pads can leave permanent scratches and mar the beautiful surface of your copper bowl.
  • Gentler Alternatives: Always opt for soft cloths, sponges, or non-scratch cleaning pads specifically designed for delicate surfaces.

Always dry your copper bowl thoroughly after cleaning to prevent water spots.

  • Water and Oxidation: While copper naturally oxidizes over time (creating a patina), leaving water on the surface can accelerate oxidation in an uneven way, causing spots and discoloration.
  • Maintaining Shine: If you prefer a brighter finish, immediate and thorough drying after each cleaning is essential to keep the copper looking polished.
  • Soft Towels: Use a soft, absorbent towel or cloth to pat your bowl completely dry.

For decorative bowls, a light coat of mineral oil can help delay oxidation.

  • For Display Only: If your copper bowl is primarily for decorative purposes and is not used for food or water, occasional treatment with mineral oil provides a protective barrier.
  • Important Note: Mineral oil is food-safe. Only apply it to decorative bowls to maintain a bright finish, as it might interfere with the natural purification processes when the bowl is use for pooja.
  • How to Apply: Apply a very thin layer of mineral oil with a soft cloth, being careful not to leave excess oil that could become sticky.

The History of Copper in Pooja

Copper has been revered in Hindu traditions for millennia. Its use in pooja rituals draws from its symbolism and practical qualities:

Ayurveda and Copper:

Ayurvedic texts highlight the health benefits of water stored in copper vessels. They believe it helps balance the three doshas (energies) in the body.

  • Doshas and Balance: Ayurveda focuses on maintaining balance between the three doshas: Vata (air and space), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (earth and water). Imbalances in these doshas can lead to health problems.
  • Copper-Infused Water: Storing water in a copper vessel infuses the water with trace amounts of copper ions. This water, known as ‘Tamra Jal’, is believed to positively influence the doshas.
  • Ayurvedic Benefits: In Ayurveda, copper is associated with several potential health benefits. These include improved digestion, immune support, anti-inflammatory properties, and promoting healthy skin and hair.
  • Temples and Ritual Objects:

Ancient Hindu temples often feature copper water vessels, bells, and intricate carvings showcasing this sacred metal.

  • Sacred Spaces: Hindu temples are places of deep spiritual significance, and the materials used in their construction and for ritual objects hold symbolic importance.
  • Copper in Temples: Large copper vessels are often used for storing sacred water for rituals, while copper bells produce sounds believed to ward off negative energies and purify the space. Copper idols, intricate carvings, and other decorative elements further highlight the reverence for this metal.

Symbol of Purity:

Copper’s natural antimicrobial properties and its association with fire (a purifying element) contribute to its symbolic purity in Hinduism.

  • Antimicrobial Properties: Copper has natural antimicrobial qualities, meaning it can inhibit the growth of bacteria, viruses, and other microbes.
  • Association with Fire: Fire (Agni) is a central element in Hindu rituals, representing transformation, purification, and the divine power. Copper, with its warm reddish hue and ability to be shape and refine by fire, is symbolically link to this sacred element.
  • Spiritual Purity: The combination of copper’s inherent purifying properties. Its connection to fire establishes it as a powerful symbol of purity on both a physical and spiritual level. This makes it ideal for sacred objects and rituals within Hindu traditions.

Gift Guide

Copper bowls make thoughtful and meaningful gifts for many occasions:

Housewarmings:

A Symbol of Warmth, Prosperity, and Well-being

  • Welcoming Energy: The warm, rich tones of copper create an inviting and comforting atmosphere, perfect for a new home.

 

  • Good Fortune: Copper symbolizes prosperity and abundance. Gift a copper bowl to wish a happy and successful life in a new space.
  • Health and Wellness: Ayurvedic traditions suggest copper promotes health and balance. A copper bowl subtly infuses these positive properties into your home. copper bowl subtly infuses these positive properties into the new home.

Diwali:

Celebrating Light and Triumph

  • Radiance and Brightness: The polished gleam of a copper bowl reflects the festive lights of Diwali, symbolizing the victory of light over darkness.
  • Auspicious Gifting: Copper is considere a pure and auspicious metal in Hinduism, making copper items an ideal gift for this special occasion.
  • Tradition and Blessings: Gifting a copper bowl during Diwali honors tradition and carries wishes for good fortune and happiness.

Weddings:

A Symbol of Unity and Prosperity

  • The Union of Two: A copper bowl represents the coming together of two individuals to create a new life together.
  • Enduring Love: The durability of copper symbolizes the strength and longevity desired for the marriage.
  • Wishing Abundance: Copper’s association with prosperity makes it a meaningful wish for a comfortable and fulfilling life for the newlyweds.

Spiritual Seekers:

Enhancing Yoga, Meditation, and Ayurveda

  • Ayurvedic Benefits: Copper bowls are traditionally use to store water, infusing it with properties believe to promote balance. It well-being according to Ayurveda.
  • Focus and Grounding: The natural beauty and warm tone of a copper bowl can create. A calming and focused environment for meditation.
  • Yoga Prop: Copper bowls may be used in certain yoga practices, such as restorative poses, for support and comfort.

Add a touch of elegance to your home with a copper bowl.

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