Traditional Kansa dinner plate is perfect for serving the complete Indian meal Reviving ancient Ayurvedic wisdom through contemporary design. Eating and drinking from alkalinizing metals like Kansa alloys provides wellness benefits
A lifestyle and utilitarian Kansa object, beautifully simple, this bronze thali dinner set is perfect for serving any liquid or dry food. The only condition that you must remember here is keeping from serving sour food in bronze vessels as they react with the metal making the dish toxic and harmful to the human body Anything cooked in a bronze vessel ensures the nutrition of food to be destroyed by no more than three percent. Kansa or Bronze ages beautifully and is an ideal decor. This also makes a wonderful gift for your loved ones.
The process of manufacturing kansa products is transmitted orally from father to son. Metalwork is not simply a form of livelihood for many of the craftsmen who live marginally but carry forward the intricate craft. Their system defines their family and kinship structure, work ethic and status within the social hierarchy of the town.
Kansa Kitchenware has been used since the period of Samhita Kala, or as far back as we know from our recorded history. According to the descriptions given in Ayurveda Prakasha, Kansa Kitchenware is also used for its therapeutic applications The mystery of the metal has been continuously been unfolding since Bronze Age, about 3000 years ago. Ayurveda further taught us that eating and drinking from alkalinizing metals like Kansa vessels has wellness benefits for our health and well being