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Copper Ghangal / Gangal KB-215

₹3,999.00 -4% Off ₹4,200.00

  Copper is considered as auspicious metal in many Indian rituals and festivals. Copper is also kown to destroy many bacteria that cause water-borne diseases. Auyurveda too recommend to use the water stored in a pure copper pot for optimal health benefits. Copper Ghangal is a traditional wellness product in a modern context. It was mainly used for bathing as a bucket in Olden days. ghangala was used for pouring hot water or for storage of water in the bathroom. Ayurveda highly recommends that we need to use it everyday for taking bath even today It is also used as home decor in living rooms or offices or restaurants because it keeps your fruits & flowers fresh for longer duration. Enhance the beauty of your house by decorating Ghangal with flowers.  

Product Code – KB215
Available in 2 sizes
Outer Dia. 5” to 5.5” X Ht. 3.25”MRP 850.00
Outer Dia. 14” to 14.5” X Ht. 9.5”MRP 4999.00  

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Copper Gangal is also used as a home decoration item, for pooja, and used as a flower decoration pot.   

It provides an elegant look to your Office place, Living room, and Bedroom. This copper pot can be used as a wedding gift or a centerpiece of your home decoration.  It has a stand with a flat bottom that settles on the floor and also handles on the two sides which makes it easy to handle.   


Health Benefits     

Copper has been a key part of Ayurveda and Indian tradition for centuries – to maintain youthfully and clarified skin. Packed with very strong antioxidant and cell-forming properties, Copper fights free radicals – one of the main reasons for the formation of fine lines – and helps in the production of new and healthy skin cells that replace old, dull cells.   


Artistic Value     

Most of the copper utensils are still handmade, hence it requires skilled artisans to make these utensils. The livelihood of all these artists depends solely on the earnings from these products With every passing year the number of skilled artisans is dwindling considerably.   


Traditional Value     

This copper Gangal was used to clean the god and goddesses' idols as well in the olden day Various utensils and tableware made of copper are in use in kitchens and homes the world over for more than a thousand years. The shine and sparkle of this metal are slowly fading away due to the intrusion of modern ways coming into places like nonstick cookware, stainless steel, and other refined alternatives causing an immense loss to health.   

To clean, use mild soap or castile soap, lime, and salt or Pitambari powder. NOT Dishwasher Safe. Abrasive cleaning pads not recommended. Alternatively, use tamarind, or vinegar for cleaning the brass vessel once in a while to get back shine.

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