Plain Pure Brass Sindoor box/ Dabba, KumKum Box
Brass sindoor box plain
Product Details: The Brass Sindoor box is made of pure brass and is shaped traditionally. This item has a protective brass lid and a brass knob. The entire product has a glossy appearance. Ideal for keeping Sindoor in Pooja Mandirs (in-house temples) or for usage in rituals and poojas. Because of its shiny appearance, this Sindoor box is an excellent present for any event, such as festivals, weddings, or housewarming parties. It may also be used as a giveaway item ( return gift).
A brass sindoor box, also known as a sindoor dani, is a traditional Indian container used to hold sindoor, a red powder that is applied by married Hindu women to the parting of their hair. Sindoor is considered to be a symbol of marriage and is worn as a sign of devotion to the husband.
The sindoor box is typically made of brass and is decorated with intricate engravings to give it a traditional and decorative look. It often comes with a lid. A brass sindoor box is a traditional and decorative item that is used by married Hindu women to hold and apply sindoor, a red powder that is considered to be a symbol of marriage and devotion to the husband. It is also a beautiful and decorative item that can be used to add a touch of tradition and culture to any home.
Product Size: 2 Inch
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.
- Pitambari Powder is the best and most traditional way to clean brass items.
- Vinegar with a combination of Salt can be applied and cleaned otherwise the brass product that is to be cleaned can be immersed in a solution of Vinegar and salt in boiling water.
- 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 mentioned dimensions and weights are approximate.