Zishta Bronze / Kansa Dessert Bowls (Set of 2)

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Estimated delivery date between 03-Jun-2022 to 05-Jun-2022

About Zishta Bronze / Kansa Dessert Bowls (Set of 2)

  • Payasam, Kheer, Rosgula, Halwa - these mouth watering desserts are some of the finest expression of India cuisine and these Kansa Bowls add great depth to serving these amazing desserts. 
  • Dessert Bowls are an exquisite creation by the finest craftsmen of the Kansara Community of Gujarat to add finesse to our dining experience.
  • Our love for Kansa is eternal both due to its aesthetic beauty and health benefits. 
  • The kansa bowls are multi functional and can be used to serve sweets, deserts, snacks and more. It is a stylish accent to your home. 
  • Kansa serveware has been used in India for centuries as our ancestors understood its properties to improve immunity, gut health and appetite, purifies blood and kill harmful germs.
  • These are hand beaten and crafted products, might have some fine/sharp edges.

Product Specifications

Items in SetWeight (In Grams)Diameter In CMHeight In CM
Kansa Dessert Bowl (Set of 2) 200-230 10.2 - 10.7 3.8
Traditional Value Score !  92%

Disclaimer

All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

  • Kansara is the name of a community in Western India, mainly in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
  • Kansara are experts in metallurgy and in making hand-made utensils. They mention about reference of Kansara work in Ramayana. It is believed locally that the art of making utensils by Kansara as well as ornaments existed since Tretayuga.
  • Kansa has traditionally been used to serve food and water due to its alkaline property and ability to neutralise acidity of food /liquid stored in them. 
  • The traditional Kansara Cluster of Gujarat is age old and have uniquely created an identity for themselves in making some exquisite design. 
  • They are the foremost artisan cluster who have also explored and innovated the use of Kansa for different home and kitchen products
  • The Traditional makers follow both the casting model as well as ingot based hand beaten process to make these exquisite Kansa products. 
  • These kansa dessert bowls can provide immense value for daily use as well as on special occasions for serving sweets and desserts
  • Across India, we have a variety of sweets made and all of them can be served in these bowls.
  • "Kansyam Buddhivardhakam" mentioned in Ayurveda Prakasha, Written by Shrimad Madhava Upadhyaya in circa 16th-17th century AD.
  • It refers to the belief that Kansa sharpens intellect and calms our minds. Not only that, but it is also a metal which boosts energy as well
  • The alkaline property enables neutralising of acidity of fluids stored in them and also removes free radicals which are the main component enabling cancerous cell growth. 
  • Scrub it with tamarind /lime to get shine back 
  • Regular wash with soap and sponge is perfectly fine. 
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