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Brass Puja Plate, Pooja ki thali Nakshee Om Design embosed Pooja Plate, Gift Item

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Pure Brass Pooja Plate Engraving Gayatri Mantra with Om Symbol in Centre

Product Details: Pooja plate is made of a brass sheet with an "OM" symbol on it, and it is also known as "Nakshee Tapku" because of its laser-printed pattern. The Nakshee design may be found on the borders of this Pooja plate. The puja thali has a glossy mirror surface that gives charm and an attractive appearance to the plate. Ideal for offering prayers and storing important pooja materials during Poojas. As part of Indian custom, it is also utilized as an aarti thali during ceremonies to welcome guests home. This Brass Pooja plate is an ideal present or giveaway (return gift) for any event, particularly traditional and cultural occasions.

A brass om pooja plate is a traditional Indian plate used for religious and ceremonial purposes, featuring the symbol of "Om" on it. The plate is usually made of brass and is used to hold various items during prayer or pooja, such as flowers, fruits, and other offerings to the gods. The om symbol is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism and is considered to be the most powerful and important symbol in Hinduism. The word "Om" is considered to be the sound of the universe and is believed to represent the divine consciousness and the ultimate reality of the universe.

The plate typically has a shallow dish shape with a raised rim and the "Om" symbol engraved on the surface. The use of brass for the plate is significant as it is a metal that is believed to have purifying properties, making it ideal for religious rituals. During pooja, the plate is placed on an altar or puja table, and various items such as flowers, fruits, incense, and other offerings are placed on it. The plate is often accompanied by other pooja items such as a lamp, bell, and conch shell.

The brass om pooja plate is also commonly used in Hindu weddings, where it is filled with a variety of items such as sweets, fruits, and money as part of the ceremony. In addition, it is also used during other auspicious occasions such as housewarming ceremonies and other religious ceremonies. The brass om pooja plate is an important part of Indian culture and tradition and is used in a variety of religious and ceremonial contexts. It holds a significant spiritual and cultural meaning and is a staple in many Indian households. The inclusion of the "Om" symbol makes it more special and auspicious as it is believed to bring peace and prosperity to the household.

Product Size: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Inches

Cleaning Instructions:  Brass is a mixture of copper and zinc metals. So after some time Brass reacts with open-air or oxygen and generally gets oxidized or tarnishes and might turn black or green. Here are some ways that might help you to maintain Brass products well.  

  1. Pitambari Powder is the best and most traditional way to clean brass items. 
  2. Vinegar with a combination of Salt can be applied and cleaned otherwise the brass product to be cleaned can be immersed in a solution of vinegar and salt in boiling water.  
  3. Lemon and salt mixture can be rubbed to clean the product and salt can also be replaced with Baking Soda.

Legal Disclaimer: As all products are handcrafted, sizes may differ. All the mentioned dimensions and weights are approximate.



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