Ramayana Inspired Panchaloha Idols – Rama Set | 15″” Height
The Budithi bell and brass craft was registered under the Geographical Indications Registry (GIR) in 2008. The GI tag certifies the geographical area of the craft only to Budithi, Cheedipudi and Avalangi villages in Saravakota mandal of Srikakulam district.
|Craft Type||Brass craft|
|Product Weight||14 kgs|
- Panchahola, with its sacred importance is believed to bring good health, balance in life and peace of mind.
- Panchalohais traditionally described as an alloy of gold, silver, copper, zinc and iron.
- These figurines are a perfect choice for your homes, as it is an amalgamation of beauty and spirituality.
Panchaloha refers to a traditional five-metal alloy that has sacred significance, used for making idols and jewellery in Hindu temples. It is widely believed that wearing Panchaloha ornaments bring balance in life, self-confidence, good health, fortune, prosperity, and peace of mind.
The art of brass metal work has been practiced in India since ancient times and this craft is an essential part of Indian culture. The craftsman moulds sheets of brass into wonderful objects of art that add a fine creative touch to your drawing rooms with their finely created carvings. Brass is used for making lamps, pedants, flower vase, kalasam, and many other objects of different sizes and shapes, which are quite attractive due to their shine and classy finish.
Onipenta is the pride of Andhra Pradesh, with the rural community here creating masterpieces with high durability as well as utility value. The artisans involved in Onipenta Brassware create Brass through a unique process of heating and molding that helps them to replicate attractive designs and shapes on the objects. Creating brass metal crafts like Ganesh, Rama, Radha Krishna Buddha, Veena and so many more items made here with Brass, which captivates one’s attention. Metal craft is of the finest art works among India’s ancient crafts, which dates back to thousands of years.