Copper Panch Patra for All Pooja Purpose (Copper_5 x 5 x 5 cm)

  • Pure Copper Panchpatra Panch Patra with Achmani Pali for All Pooja Purpose.
  • Tamba Copper Panchpatra is Indian Pooja accessory for worship of gods and goddesses.


Product Support contact – +91-8957192932<br />In case you have queries you can call these no.

Limited Time Offer

Hurry and get discounts on all Pujan Samagri Items


Original price was: ₹ 209.00.Current price is: ₹ 160.00.

  • USD: 1.92$

50 in stock

50 in stock

16 People watching this product now!
  • Standard Delivery

Choose Standard Delivery option during checkout

5-6 Days

  • Express Delivery

Choose Express Delivery option during checkout

4-5 Days

Payment Methods:



Dimensions 5 × 5 × 5 cm


Embody the Essence of Sacred Traditions: Enhance Your Pooja Experience with a Pure Copper Pancha Patra

Discover the spiritual significance and transformative power of a pure copper Pancha Patra, an essential vessel for Hindu pooja rituals. Crafted with precision and reverence, this Panch Patra with Achmani Pali embodies the sacred traditions of India, enriching your daily worship and spiritual practices.

What is a Pancha Patra?

Within Hindu traditions, the Panch Patra is a sacred vessel used to hold holy water (Gangajal) or Charnamrit during pooja rituals. Its name translates to “five metals,” as it’s traditionally a blend of gold, silver, copper, iron, and zinc. Our Pancha Patra is made of pure copper, a highly revered metal in Hinduism for its purifying and spiritually enhancing properties.

The Significance of a Copper Pancha Patra


Water as a Purifying Element

  • Ancient Wisdom: For centuries, copper has been recognized for its antimicrobial properties. Even before the science of microbes was understood, ancient civilizations observed that water stored in copper vessels seemed to stay fresh and pure for longer periods.
  • Modern Science: Researchers have found that copper ions disrupt the cell membranes of bacteria and viruses. This makes copper an effective agent for water purification, reducing the risk of contamination.
  • Spiritual Significance: Within Pooja rituals, the Panch Patra serves as a vessel to hold the most sacred of elements – water. Copper’s purifying power ensures the water within is pure, both physically and energetically, rendering it suitable for use in offerings and cleansing rituals.

Positive Energy:

Copper as a Conduit for Vibrations

  • Conductivity: Copper possesses high conductivity, not only of heat and electricity but also of subtle energies. This makes it especially receptive to positive spiritual vibrations.
  • Resonance: Within Hindu traditions, everything in existence carries a unique vibration. Copper resonates at a frequency that harmonizes with positive, uplifting energies.
  • Spiritual Amplification: When used during Pooja, the copper Panch Patra becomes a conduit for amplifying the positive vibrations generated by prayers, mantras, and the devotional atmosphere as a whole. This enhances the overall spiritual experience and helps attract auspicious energies.

Ayurvedic Benefits:

The Healing Power of Copper-Infused Water

  • Ancient Healing System: Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, emphasizes the importance of copper for maintaining balance and wellness within the body.
  • Balancing the Doshas: It’s believed that drinking water stored in a copper vessel helps to balance the three doshas (vata, pitta, kapha), promoting overall harmony within the body.
  • Modern Research: Studies suggest that copper-infused water may support digestive health, boost the immune system, aid in wound healing, and even offer anti-aging benefits.

Aesthetic Appeal:

The Visual Power of Tradition

  • The Radiance of Copper: The warm, rich hue of copper evokes a sense of warmth, sincerity, and devotion. Its natural glow adds a touch of sacred elegance to any Pooja altar.
  • Visual Harmony: The color of copper complements beautifully the other elements commonly found in Pooja settings – flowers, flames from lamps, the vibrant colors of deities’ adornments.
  • Symbol of Tradition: The use of copper in sacred rituals has endured for thousands of years. A copper Panch Patra embodies a tangible connection to this ancient lineage, deepening feelings of reverence and spiritual grounding.

Intricate Design, Rooted in Tradition

This exquisite Panch Patra features a classic design that honors the timeless art of Indian craftsmanship. Its features include:

Elegant Bowl:

The Graceful Vessel of Reverence

The heart of the Panch Patra is its beautifully designed bowl. Its smooth, rounded form evokes a sense of tranquility and sacredness. The ample interior provides space for holding a generous amount of holy liquid, whether it be pure water, Ganga Jal, or Charnamrit. The shape is crafted to symbolize both the containment of blessings and the open receptivity to divine grace.

Achmani Pali:

The Tool of Precision and Respect

The included Achmani Pali serves as a vital companion to the Panch Patra. Designed like a small spoon, it enables you to precisely and respectfully distribute sacred water during pooja. Whether offering water to deities, sprinkling it for purification, or partaking in Charnamrit, the Achmani Pali ensures mindful and controlled use of the holy liquid.

Compact Size:

Devotion on the Go

Measuring a perfect 5 x 5 x 5 cm, this Panch Patra is a masterpiece of compact spirituality. Its size makes it ideal for personal pooja altars, where it can gracefully hold its own among other sacred objects. Additionally, the Panch Patra’s compact dimensions allow for easy portability, making it a cherished companion for spiritual practice while traveling or attending ceremonies outside your home.

Pure Copper Construction:

Authenticity and Resilience

The use of pure copper in this Panch Patra is deeply significant for both spiritual and practical reasons. Copper is a metal highly revered in Hinduism for its purifying properties and ability to amplify positive energies. This ensures the spiritual authenticity of your rituals. Moreover, copper is known for its natural resistance to tarnish, guaranteeing that your Panch Patra will retain its beauty and integrity for years to come, becoming a cherished heirloom of your devotional practice.

How to Use Your Panch Patra


  • Why Cleanse? Before its initial use, it’s important to cleanse your Panch Patra to remove any impurities that might have accumulated during manufacturing or shipping. This also helps energize the copper for its spiritual purposes.
  • Cleansing Solution: Prepare a simple cleansing solution by squeezing the juice of half a lemon into a small bowl and adding a teaspoon of salt. Mix well.
  • Cleaning Method: Dip a clean, soft cloth into the lemon-salt solution and gently polish the entire surface of the Panch Patra, both inside and out. Pay extra attention to any intricate designs or engravings.
  • Rinsing: Thoroughly rinse the Panch Patra with clean water several times until all traces of the lemon-salt solution are removed.
  • Drying Gently wipe the Panch Patra dry with a clean, soft cloth.


  • Sacred Water: Traditionally, the Panch Patra is filled with Ganga Jal, the holy water from the Ganges River, revered for its purifying and spiritually uplifting properties.
  • Accessible Alternatives: If Ganga Jal is inaccessible, use the purest water available to you. Consider distilled water, filtered water, or natural spring water.
  • Enhancing the Water: To further enhance the water’s sanctity, add a few drops of rose water for its sacred fragrance and association with devotion.

Pooja Offerings:

  • Central Role in Pooja: During a pooja ritual, the Panch Patra and its accompanying Achmani Pali play a vital role in offering holy water to the deities.
  • Symbolism of Offering: Sprinkling the holy water with the Achmani Pali symbolizes purification, washing away negativity, and invoking divine blessings upon the deities.
  • Method of Offering: Dip the Achmani Pali into the Panch Patra to gather a small amount of the holy water. Respectfully sprinkle the water towards the deity or sacred image as an act of devotion.


  • Transformation of Holy Water: After a pooja ceremony, the holy water inside the Panch Patra can be transformed into Charnamrit, a sacred drink imbued with blessings.
  • What is Charnamrit: Charnamrit translates to “the nectar of the feet,” referring to the feet of deities. It represents the divine essence absorbed into the water during the pooja.
  • Adding Tulsi: Pluck a few fresh and clean tulsi (holy basil) leaves and place them into the holy water inside the Panch Patra. Tulsi is deeply sacred in Hinduism and further infuses the water with its spiritual and healing properties.
  • Offering and Drinking: Charnamrit may be lightly sprinkled over offerings or as part of rituals. It is also consumed in small quantities as a sacred drink by devotees to receive blessings.

Important Note: Always maintain cleanliness and respectfully handle your Panch Patra as it’s a sacred object meant for devotional purposes.

Caring for Your Copper Pancha Patra

To preserve its beauty and purity, clean your Panch Patra regularly with tamarind paste or a natural copper cleaner. Avoid harsh chemicals.

Experience the Blessings of Authentic Pooja

Enhance your spiritual journey with this exceptional pure copper Panch Patra and Achmani Pali set. Ideal for:

  • Daily pooja rituals
  • Special occasions and festivals
  • Havan and Yagya ceremonies
  • Gifting to loved ones on spiritually significant occasions

Order your Pure Copper Pancha Patra today and elevate your pooja practice to new heights of devotion and spiritual fulfillment!

Customer Reviews


There are no reviews yet

Be the first to review “Copper Panch Patra for All Pooja Purpose (Copper_5 x 5 x 5 cm)”