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Pandan / Pan Masala Box / Betel Nut Box (Plain)-KB027

₹2,450.00 -13% Off ₹2,822.00

Tambula (betel leaves/Paan) is very closely linked with Indian civilization and traditions. Ayurvedic classics mentioned chewing betel leaves in the context of Dinacharya (daily regimen) for the maintenance of perfect oral hygiene, for good taste and as a prevention of diseases of the oral cavity and throat. It too acts as post meal digestive stimulant, aphrodisiac and improves physical and mental stamina The offering of pan, a digestive of crushed betel nut, spices, and lime paste rolled into the leaf of a betel plant, is an Indian social ritual that conveys hospitality and refinement This beautiful pandan box is made by artisans with the same old hospitality motifs, consisting of a single chamber for the keeping of prepared quids of paan, this box contains a number of separate compartments, each of which can contain one of the many possible components of paan The lid of the pandan can be lifted to reveal an inset tray, used to hold the betel leaves in the preparation of the paan, and six further compartments of varying sizes, each with its original lid Beautiful piece of art a beautiful handcrafted addition to any home.    

Weight 1.395 (Kg)     

Diameter (Inches) 7.75  x Depth (Inches) 6 / Capacity 6 small containers, 1 Tray  

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The practice of chewing betel nut was popular all over Asia and is still a common practice in India. This Pandan betel nut box contains six small pots, each incised on the tops and sides with the same design and metal It is also good as a decorative piece to decorate your home.    

Health Benefits   

Brass has an anti micro bacterial quality, hence keeping hazardous bacteria and viruses at bay.  

Artistic Value  

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

Traditional Value  

Various utensils and tableware made of brass are in use in kitchens and homes the world over for more than a thousand years. The shine and gleam of this metal are slowly fading away due to the intrusion of modern ways coming into the place 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

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