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Vintage Attar Distillation Vessel – Copper ‘Bhapka’

Featured, Most Viewed By October 5, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

                                Attar is an Indian name for the traditional perfumes made in India by ancient technique of distillation using copper vessels.This beautifully shaped copper vessel called ‘Bhapka’ is used in the traditional method of distillation of attar. The very mention of attar gives a romantic…

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Antique Brass and Bronze curry pots in a group

Antique Brass And Bronze Curry Cooking Pots

Featured, Most Viewed By April 6, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

  The antique brass and bronze pots shown here are exclusively used for cooking Andhra Curries. In traditional Andhra meal there will be five items invariably  – Muddapappu, curry, chutney, pulusu, rasam and curds or butter milk with lots of accompaniments like pickles, powders, appadam, vadiyalu, ooramirapakayalu etc. Out of all Andhra meal items curry, known as koora takes an…

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Vintage Brass 5-Tier Tiffin box carrier

Vintage Brass 5-Tier Tiffin Box Carrier

Featured, Most Viewed By January 30, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

  This vintage brass 5-tier tiffin box was used by me during my school days to carry lunch to my school. I was born in the year 1940. My grandfather who was a head master for the only elementary school we had in our village Someswaram, in the East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh, India, had admitted me into the…

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Antique Stone Cooking Pots

Featured, Most Viewed By May 8, 2012

Stone Cooking Pots Arranged in a Group These beautiful stone cooking pots will be the pride of any kitchen and are antique collectors’ delight. They are hand-carved out of a single block of soft stone, known as soapstone. These soap stone pots are mostly used in southern states of India like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. They are…

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Tulsi Pooja Oil Diyas

Featured, Uncategorized By March 27, 2012

Tulsi Pooja with special Diya arrangement from YK’s Collection Light is life.Without light there is no life on earth. Hence any source of light is considered as divine in Hinduism. Sun is a god known as Surya Bhagavan and moon is a demi god known as Somadeva. All man made sources of light like, oil diyas are sacred objects and…

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