Uddharani is used to dispense water from Panchapatra while doing daily pooja at home and in temples. It is a 100% pure solid copper Pancha Patra with Uddharani andan integral part of pooja where Charan Amrit is placed and distributed after the completion of pooja. In every Hindu home after pooja, the prasadis offered to the Lord first and then consumed by the family and the offered prasadis mixed with rest of the other prasad and served to everyone.
The copper pot, or the traditional Indian pancha patra, finds use in traditional Indian homes that follow the Vedic rituals from the golden ages. Brass, an alloy of copper, is more durable than copper or bronze. The golden luster adds more charm to the decor.
The science of keeping water in the brass utensils overnight and consuming them the next day morning is said to bring immense health benefits. It subtly implies the fact that everything our ancestors did had a reason.
- Brass has excellent anti-bacterial properties. Hence, it is widely used in temples to distribute water kept in a brass pot for a long duration to the devotees.
- The spoon provides the exact amount of water that should be consumed in one go.
- Purohits and people who follow Vedic rituals can use daily to perform their salutations to the deities. Also, the Pancha patra is most suitable for performing abhisheka to gods’ idols at home.
- You can use them daily or while performing pooja at home.
- For health benefits, store the water in this copper alloy glass overnight and drink it on an empty stomach in the morning.
- Clean the traditional Indian Pancha Patra with a mild cleanser. Do not use harsh chemicals or hot water.
- Washing preference: Use hands. Avoid dishwashers.
- After washing, dry it immediately with a clean and dry cloth. Sundry if possible.