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Copper Pancha Patra - 2.5 x 2 Inches | Copper Panchamurt/ Panchapalli for Pooja/ 70 Gms Approx

Original price Rs. 220.00 - Original price Rs. 220.00
Original price
Rs. 220.00
Rs. 220.00 - Rs. 220.00
Current price Rs. 220.00
SKU 52506121
Width Height Depth Material Weight

2 in

2.5 in

2 in


0.07 kg

• An essential component of the Hindu ceremony, the Copper Pancha Patra embodies custom, meaning, and practicality.
• This holy vessel, made from premium copper, is extremely important in spiritual rites. • It can also be referred to as Pancha Patra, Panch Patra, or Panchapatram.
• The panch patra is a ceremonial utensil that is usually used to offer holy water during devotion. In the ritualistic procedure, each element has a distinct purpose and conveys reverence, devotion, and purity.
• Sanskrit's translation of Panch Patra is "five vessels." It is composed of five miniature containers, each having a unique symbolic meaning, and usually constructed of brass or copper. In Hinduism, copper is regarded as a cleansing metal.
• The copper panchapatra is thought that using a Copper Panch Patra will increase the sacredness of the sacrifices offered during ceremonies.
• When offering sacred liquids to the deity for devotion, such as water, milk, yogurt, ghee (clarified butter), and honey, the Panchapatram is often used to store them. These sacrifices express devotion and ask for heavenly favors.
• Along with smaller containers intended for particular uses, the Copper Pancha Patra set usually consists of a primary bowl.
• These could be gathering offerings, pouring water, or retaining water.
• The Copper Pancha Patra is highly symbolic even beyond its practical use. Since it has its copper construction, which denotes conductivity and purity, it is thought to increase the holiness of the sacrifices it holds.
• In addition, the five vessels stand for the five elements of nature: fire, air, water, and space, highlighting the connection between the material and spiritual worlds.
• The Copper Pancha Patra promotes spiritual connection, invokes heavenly favors, and instills a sense of sacredness in worship rituals, whether they are part of large festivities or daily activities.