Zishta Traditional Bronze/Kansa Warpu Uruli - With ear

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Estimated delivery date between 07-Jun-2022 to 10-Jun-2022

About Zishta Traditional Bronze/Kansa Warpu Uruli - With ear

  • Varpu or Varpu Uruli is a traditional bronze vessel used to make ayurvedic medicines and meals during festivals in homes and temples. 
  • Bronze is one of the best vessels to cook food (except citric). 
  • It is known as Shuddha Dhatu in Vedas. Bronze   enhances intellect, improves gut health, appetite & immunity, purifies blood, and is also known for killing harmful germs. 
  • The base of Varpu is thicker with excellent high heat holding capacity which enables saving of fuel. 
  • It has two beautiful   handles on either side and artworks are casted below the handles. The vessel can also be used for decorative purposes.
  • This is a made to order product and will take 15-20 days to make and ship them. 

Product Specifications

Weight (In KG)Diameter  of Uruli in CM Height in CM Capacity (Ltrs)
2.8-3.2 25.4  7.6  2-2.5
Traditional Value Score !  99%


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.

  • Bronze as an alloy of Copper and Tin has been used for making cookware for many centuries.
  • Centuries ago, Vishwakarma community was invited from Shankarankovil and Tanjavoor of Tamil Nadu to build temples and metal crafts by the king. 
  • Lost wax method is used in casting. Fine clay is the essential raw material for this method of metal casting which is readily available in the banks of the river Pampa.
  • Moulds are created using natural clay and cow dung mixture.
  • It is left under sun to dry for 2 to 3 days. 
  • Using lost wax method it is heated for 3 hours. 
  • Melted bronze is then poured and it is casted. 
  • Once done, it is left under the soil for 2 days, post which the   process is completed by poilishing the vessels.
  • Bronze is one of the best metals to   use for cooking. It is also called as Shuddha Dhatu in Vedas. Use the vessel to cook all your favorite non citric food.
  • Boil with vegetable waste or starch water the first time before use. 
  • Wash the vessel and wipe it off with a cotton cloth. 
  • Zishta Varpu is made of pure bronze and mild oxidisation will lead to dullness of colouring over period of time.
  • Scrub the utensil with tamarind or ash or combination of both to revive shine Varpu is made heavy and needs to be handled with care.
  • Use cloth or mittens to handle the same after cooking.
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