What is Mangala Snanam?
The bride and groom are immersed in water and given an auspicious cleansing bath during the holy rite known as Mangala Snanam for them to continue attending the wedding celebrations.
Ashtok is the largest and oldest maker of brass Mangala snanam set; it is created by our historically wealthy craftsmen and distributed over the world to preserve history.
The Brass Mangala snanam bowl is made from thick brass sheets that feature a hand-embossed design.
The brass items utilized at this auspicious event, which typically include five sets of handcrafted brass Mangalam, brass jallada channi, and brass lota, are supplied by Ashtok and made available locally in Telangana for rent.
Ashtok's Cleaning Advice for Brass
Before squeezing the juice from a lemon or lime into a dish, remove the seeds. Then, after dipping the brass object in the solution, rub it with a clean, soft cloth. Using the leftover peel makes it easier to clean the brass object's nooks and crevices. Rub the brass object hard.
Take 12 cups water, 2 teaspoons vinegar, and 1 teaspoon salt In a medium bowl, mix it. After swirling for several minutes, the salt ought to dissolve.
Then, add enough flour to make a paste (about two tablespoons). Your brass object should be pasted on. After 15 minutes, wash and dry the brass item.
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Legal Disclaimer: As for all products that are handcrafted, sizes may differ. All mentioned dimensions and weights are approximate.