Why Copper Vessels are used in Hindu Pujas?

Hello, everyone in this article we are going to talk about why Hindu use copper vessels in Hindu pujas copper vessels are widely used in every Hindu Pujas and Rituals. Today we also discuss why copper vessels are also beneficial for our health, how to use them, and how to make sure that you are buying a quality copper vessel.

Why Copper Vessels are used in Hindu Pujas?


Copper Vessels are made of copper obvious its in the name as you can say and these vessels are just like containers and they used to store water and any other liquids And they can be used for many purposes.

Coppers are very durable and because of his ability to sterilize, whatever it touches, it killed bacteria and pathogens. Most of the time these vessels now commonly used only for drinking water because as they can sterilize it, alkalize it, and mix some copper ions into the water which is very healthy for the health.

And if you use these vessels for storing acidic drinks for example cocktails then these vessels can be lined with a non-reactive metal and they prevent the formation of toxic copper salts.

The reason why copper vessels are used is that it is made from a single pure metal and that is copper and the vessels are not an alloy or made using a combination of several metals which means the vessels are pure. 

Drinking water from copper containers is considered healthy and is believed to improve immunity and blood circulation which is a fact by the way you can search about this on google and you will get the proper information about this.

The Purna-Kalasha (Copper Vessel ) is considered a symbol of abundance and "source of life" in the Vedas. Purna-Kumbha is preeminently a Vedic motif, known from the time of Rigveda. 

It is also called Soma-Kalasha, Chandra-Kalasha, Indra-Kumbha, Purnaghata, Purna-Virakamsya, Bhadra ghata, or Mangala ghata. It is referred to as "overflowing full vase" (purno-asya Kalasha) in the Vedas

The ancient belief is that vessels made from a combination of several metals are impure. They transfer these impurities into water and puja materials so ancient believe that it is best to use pure single metal vessels for pujas and rituals.

Other metals that are used for making puja vessels are gold and silver because of the same reasons because they are made of single pure metal. As these are costly and not everyone can afford them, so vessels made of these metals are very rare and not easy to find. Silver vessels are used in rich homes and in many hindu temples. 

Metals that are avoided for making puja vessels are steel, aluminum, and iron. An exception to the above rule is use of Bronze in puja items in South and Eastern parts of India. 

Puja vessels and lamps are widely made using bronze in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The material used to make these puja vessels are known as bell metal or gunmetal.

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