₹ 5525.00 ₹ 7000.00
Para is the traditional measuring vessel in Kerala, used to measure rice. After a good harvest season, 1 or more Paras of rice offering was made to the Gods at the local temple. This practice is still followed in Kerala for festivals and other occassions like Onam. The Para is filled with husked rice, and bunches of Coconut tree flowers are placed on top, signifying abundance. A traditional Interior Decor item that takes you back to the festivities of Kerala.This will add a touch of old-world charm to any drawing or living room.Para is of two types. While the nirapara is used for all auspicious occasions, the vadipara is used exclusively for the purpose of measuring.This is vadipara(Para with rod on top)
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Country of Origin : India
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Delivery time : KL, TN, KA: 2-3 working days; AP, TS: 3-4 days; MH,DL: 7-8 days;Other states:8-10 days
On account of its bright, goldenLike any metal, brass will also become dull and tarnished over time.To ensure this , Keep your vessel clean, neat and dry when not in use.To get shining back rub with a mixture of lemon and salt or tamarind or ready made metal shining powders like pithambari or liquid like dara,brass available in Indian local market.
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