Rotis, bhakris and chapatis are made in most of the Indian households everyday. The utensil that is used to prepare the dough for making rotis, chapatis and bhakris is called as parat in many Indian languages or platter in English. This has a typical design which is in use for hundreds of years. Brass parat comes in various sizes and one can use the size depending the number of family members. Now a days parat made of stainless steel is more in use, however it lacks the benefits of brass such as antibacterial property.
Brass is a highly recommended utensil by Ayurveda for cooking food and many modern researches have endorsed the results. This brass parat / Platter is made with best quality brass. This makes cooking better and easier, it is a sturdy and durable make premium quality kitchenware and utility product. A very useful and highly resourceful kitchen item, this will not only make cooking convenient and easy but will also look great on your kitchen shelf !
This is a handmade product made by traditional method by artisans of India. Once the proper shape and size is attained it is hammered from all sides to make it look shiny. Apart from being useful for making dough it is also a multipurpose utensil in kitchen and can be used for variety of purposes. It was also once used in marriage ceremonies across India, there is also a tradition of gifting brass parats when along with the bride when she leaves the home to start her married life. Now a days it also seen as the decorative item in some homes, restaurants and offices.