Story of "Shakuntala"

The eldest daughter-in-law is affectionately called "Shakuntala". Family bonding over chai made by her in this patra every day is a tradition followed by many households.

Shakuntala Patra (Brass Pot)

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Capacity (L)

Weight (KG)

Diameter In CM

Height In CM

1.7 - 1.8

0.8

17.5 - 18.0

11.5 - 12.0

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Shakuntala Patra Brass Cooking Pot-7-Zishta Traditional Cookware
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The Legacy of Shakuntala

Shakuntala, the affectionate title bestowed upon the eldest daughter-in-law of the family, symbolizes respect, responsibility, and the nurturing spirit that she brings to her new home. The Shakuntala Patra, a beautifully crafted pot, shares its name with this esteemed family member. Traditionally used to serve ghee, an essential element in Maharashtrian cuisine, this pot holds a significant place in daily rituals and celebrations.

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02

Evolution of the Shakuntala Patra

Over the centuries, the design of the Shakuntala Patra has evolved, mirroring the changes in society and lifestyle. From its origins as a simple vessel for ghee, it transformed into an elegant piece of craftsmanship. This cherished form of the Shakuntala Patra was believed to be lost to time – a design used specifically by the eldest daughter-in-law for making chai, an integral part of family bonding and hospitality.

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03

Reviving a Tradition

Today, the revival of the Shakuntala Patra is more than just the reintroduction of a beautiful artifact; it is the rekindling of a tradition steeped in cultural significance. This unique pot not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of modern kitchens but also reconnects families with their rich heritage. By bringing back the Shakuntala Patra, we celebrate the enduring values of love, unity, and the importance of family that it represents.

01

The Legacy of Shakuntala

Shakuntala, the affectionate title bestowed upon the eldest daughter-in-law of the family, symbolizes respect, responsibility, and the nurturing spirit that she brings to her new home. The Shakuntala Patra, a beautifully crafted pot, shares its name with this esteemed family member. Traditionally used to serve ghee, an essential element in Maharashtrian cuisine, this pot holds a significant place in daily rituals and celebrations.

02

Evolution of the Shakuntala Patra

Over the centuries, the design of the Shakuntala Patra has evolved, mirroring the changes in society and lifestyle. From its origins as a simple vessel for ghee, it transformed into an elegant piece of craftsmanship. This cherished form of the Shakuntala Patra was believed to be lost to time – a design used specifically by the eldest daughter-in-law for making chai, an integral part of family bonding and hospitality.

03

Reviving a Tradition

Today, the revival of the Shakuntala Patra is more than just the reintroduction of a beautiful artifact; it is the rekindling of a tradition steeped in cultural significance. This unique pot not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of modern kitchens but also reconnects families with their rich heritage. By bringing back the Shakuntala Patra, we celebrate the enduring values of love, unity, and the importance of family that it represents.

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