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Janak Bronze Glass – Sharabati

780.00810.00

Dimensions (cm )

7.6*7.6*9 (lwh)

Weight

200 gms 

Uses 

Multipurpose use

Capacity

250 ml

Raw materials

78% Copper (Cu) and 22% Tin (Sn)

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Description

There is a spark in creation that brings so many auras in ancient wisdom such as the one transcended through Kansa Kitchenware and used for worship purposes. Kansa the Indian name for Bell metal is a hard alloy usually a form bronze, with an approximately 4:1 ratio of copper to the tin. Different places call it with a different name like Assam calls it kanh while in West Bengal and Odisha, Kansa. It is widely used for cooking and eating utensils. Ayurveda: The mystery of the metal has been continuously been unfolding since the Bronze Age, about 3000 years ago. Ayurveda further taught us that eating and drinking from alkalinizing metals like Kansa vessels have wellness benefits for our health and well being. Kansa kitchenware is also called the hands of grace. In the 5th chapter and 46th verse, of famous grantha ‘Rasratnasamucchaya’ (‘रसरत्नसमुच्चय’), we find significant information about Kansa Kitchenware on medicinal properties and its benefits to humans. How is it made? Copper and tin are heated together for 400 -700 degrees Celsius to form Bronze. This molten metal is then made into sheets which are then molded into desired shapes. Utensils are manually finished by polishing with traditional materials such as sand and tamarind juice. Designs are made by skilfully hammering a series of tiny dents into the heated metal. Kansa Kitchenware has been used since the period of Samhita Kala (संहिता काल) 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. It can be easily identified as it gives a sharp sound (Teekshna Shabdam), is soft (Mridu), and smooth to touch (Snigdha). It is slightly grayish (Eshat Shyamalan) and is clear from impurities (Shubhram/Nirmalam); and it turns red on heating (Dahe Raktam). In our grandparent’s times there wasn’t even a single home without Kansa Kitchenware, let’s revive the old glory back and reap benefits in the form of good health.

Health benefits of bronze utensils:

  • Antibacterial properties: Bronze utensils have natural antimicrobial properties that can inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, promoting better hygiene.
  • Enhanced nutrient absorption: Cooking and storing food in bronze utensils may enhance the absorption of essential nutrients like iron and zinc.
  • Alkaline pH balance: Bronze utensils can help maintain a slightly alkaline pH balance in foods, which is beneficial for digestion and overall health.
  • Reduced risk of metal toxicity: Compared to other metals like aluminum or copper, bronze is less likely to leach harmful metals into food, reducing the risk of metal toxicity.
  • Long-lasting durability: Bronze utensils are durable and long-lasting, making them a sustainable choice for cooking and food storage.
  • Traditional wisdom: In many cultures, the use of bronze utensils is rooted in traditional wisdom and practices that prioritize health and well-being.
  • Temperature regulation: Bronze utensils have excellent thermal conductivity, allowing for even cooking and temperature regulation, which can help preserve the nutritional value of foods.
  • Immune system support: Some traditional beliefs suggest that the trace elements present in bronze may contribute to overall immune system support when used in cooking and food storage.
  • Reduced oxidation: Bronze utensils may help reduce oxidation of foods, preserving their freshness and nutritional content for longer periods.
  • Enhanced flavor: Cooking with bronze utensils can impart a unique flavor profile to foods, enhancing the dining experience.
  • Eco-friendly: Bronze is a naturally occurring material that can be recycled and reused, making bronze utensils an eco-friendly choice for kitchenware.
  • Aesthetic appeal: Bronze utensils often have a beautiful aesthetic, adding elegance and charm to the dining table while also providing health benefits.

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Finish

Glossy, Matte

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