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  • The Best Collection Of Brass Lamps Is Here

    There are a lot of different materials which are offered here, but Brass holds a popularity which others seldom enjoy. Whether it is because of a traditional attachment, as it was used for auspicious occasions or perhaps because of its golden shine, but the material remains one of the favourites.

    What products of Brass are available?

    The present collection ranges from simple products like Polished Brass Bowls to sophisticated designs of Brass Nataraj Statues Antique Finished, Polished Brass Peacocks, Polished Brass Uruli Light Weight as well as Weighted, Polished Brass Planters as well as Brass Coloured bowls. This isn't the limit as many more designs are also available in the collection.

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    What kinds of Brass Lamps are available?

    We offer the following collection of brass lamps:

    • Hanging Lamps: There are various kinds and designs of hanging lamps available in the collection. These range from Annan, Thonda to Gajalakshmi and Sangchakra hanging lamps. There is ofcourse a greater collection for this as well.
    • Lamps: These lamps are multi-tiered and so you will have the advantage of lighting multiple diyas on it. Some of the designs offered are called Double Thangali Annam Plain Lamp, Panjatchara Lamp with 5 tiers, 12 inch Brass Annam Table Lamp with gold Polish, Ornamental Annan Lamp, Plain Prabai Lamp, Plain Annam Lamp, Table Prabai Lamp, Malabar Lamps, Parrot Hanging Lamp and many more can be found on this site.
    • Traditional puja lamps: One tier puja lamps are a common demand during pujas and keeping those sacred traditions in mind the site has curated Agals, Parrot Agals, Paladais, smalls deepums, 5×2 Brass Puja Lamp, Malabar Lamps, Navagraha lamps, Balaji Deepum and many more.
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    How can I get these?

    There is a simple method of buying these up- you just have to sign up and create an account in the website. Then you can shop to your heart's content and put your selections in a virtual shopping bag. At the time of check out, the total amount will be shown which you will just have to pay. You will have the option of paying through not just Indian currency but other currencies as well, as those listed on the site are accepted as well.

    Apart from brass lamps what do you have?

    Apart from brass lamps there are various statues and designs made up of copper, bronze, metals, textiles, pithwork, clay, jute, wood carvings, stone carvings and much more.

    Are there any offbeat products?

    There are many offbeat products which are housed, such as Kondapalli Toys, Thanjavur Art Plates, Meenakari and Kalamkari Purse as well.

    Coconut shells and papier mache are also used as materials to make products so as to give an innovative touch to them.

    Traditionally brass lamps have been used for auspicious occasions all over the state and country as a whole, so seeing a renewed interest in the product is not just invigorating for the state of the craft but also for the people whose livelihood depends on their skills.

  • Hanging Lamps from Poompuhar

    Lamps are one of the most loved symbols of the Indian society. They come in various forms, makes and materials; each one different from the other and meant to cater different purposes. A Hindu assembly known as Puja can never initiate without a Deepam. The Indian festival of Deepawali is a time when almost the entire country is covered with Deepak or lamps. Lighting the Deepak Coils is considered similar to cutting the red ribbon. Every Indian function that connects itself to ‘Indian-ness’  starts with the lighting of a deepam by the esteemed chief guests.

    Deepaks add to the good fortune of one’s home. They banish out the bad omens with the light they scatter. They make the negative energy burn off as they replace it with positive energy and simultaneously add to the beauty of the place they are kept.

    Most of us have mostly seen deepaks resting on a table or a puja thali. But Have u ever seen or heard of ‘Hanging Deepaks’?To many of us it may sound new, but quite a few of us might have seen them. In fact we try to think harder, most of us shall realise seeing them ‘in-reality’ or ‘reelity’. Those of us who haven’t seen them in our day –to-day lives can easily remember them swaying to-and-fro in a movie sequence where the protagonist is asking for God’s mercy. When all the temple bells chant together as they oscillate under the influence of the harsh winds.

    Hanging Lamps come in various forms and sizes. They may resemble a standard lamp with a spout and an oval bowl to contain the lamp while they may also be of various shapes or may have many lamps stacking together in a row or column. They are generally made out of brass since brass imparts both beauty and strength. They are the handiwork of artisans that work day and night to give shape to these masterpieces.

    Panjatchara Lamp has 5 lamps arranges one under the other. Each of the lamps is attached to the other with a brass link. The entire setup is connected to a series of links that form a metallic chain. It is a traditional lamp that is worthy enough to find a place in every traditional gathering.

    Panjatchara Lamp

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    Thonda Annam Hanging Lamp contains a closed compartment to contain oil. Annam is a celebrated bird (swan) which is associated to Lord Brahma. This lamp is thus of the shape of the mythological Annam who stands high on a the pot bellied oil container. This lamp is chained from the above the bird to enable it to be hung to the ceiling,

    Thonda Annam Hanging Lamp

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    Sangchakra Hanging Lamp has 5 spouts that give the portion that holds the oil a star-like shape. A rod like structure comes out from the middle portion which has the Sangu (conch shell) and the Chakra (Ring) of Vishnu. The Sangu and Chakra are attached with a metallic chain that helps hang the lamp from the ceiling.

    Sangchakra Hanging Lamp

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    Annam Hanging Lamp has the mythological swan attached through a central rod to a 5 spout star-shaped oil holder which is quite similar to the Sangchakra Hanging Lamp. A brass chain enables the bird to be hung onto a ceiling.

    Annam Hanging Lamp

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    Parrot Hanging Lamp is a bit different from the other 4 examples of hanging lamps. It has a 5 spout oil holder with coils that hangs from the mouth of a parrot which is attached to a base that rests on the ground.

    Parrot hanging Lamp

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    All these lamps are a perfect and a completely inevitable part of any religious or cultural gathering. Decorate your homes, offices, temples, etc  with these hanging lamps and spread positivity in all directions.

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