Call 0794295733675% Response Rate
Send E-mail

Kuthu Vilakku

We are a leading Manufacturer of nachiyar koil kuthu vilakku, brass kuthu vilakku, nagas kuthu vilakku, gajalakshmi thooku vilakku, kerala handmade nilavilakku naadan and kavara vilakku from Tiruppur, India.
Get CALLBACK

Nachiyar Koil Kuthu Vilakku

Nachiyar Koil Kuthu Vilakku
  • +10
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 930 / Kg
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Kg
MaterialBrass
Colorgold
Available Sizes1 feet to 7 feet
Sizeall size
Styletraditionally
Usage/ApplicationPuja
Weight1.5 kg to 50
Designnagas
Heightas per requirement

The Nachiarkoil Lamp, Also Called Annam Lamp or Nachiarkoil Kuthuvilakku, Is an Ornamental Brass Lamp Made of Series of Diyas, A Handicraft Product Which Is Exclusively Made by Pather (Kammalar) Community in Nachiyar Koil Town In Tamil Nadu, India.The Lamp, Which Is Hollow Cast, Is Made in Different Sizes and Consists of Four Parts Which Are Screwed Together. The Central Pillar That Crowns at The Apex Is Called The "Prabhai"; It Is Generally in The Form of a Hamsa or Swan. The Lamp May Also Be Made in The Form of a Female Figurine Holding a Shallow Bowl in A Standing Posture, Or in The Form of Branches of a Tree; The Bowl of These Lamps Has Five V-Shaped Spouts Which Hold Cotton Wicks, And Is Filled with Oil for Lighting. The Ornamental Lamps Are Widely Used in Temples in South India

This Product Has Been Registered for Protection Under the Geographical Indication of The Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement.

Yes! I am Interested
Get CALLBACK

Brass Kuthu Vilakku

Brass Kuthu Vilakku
  • +2
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 740 / Piece
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
Colorgold
Available Sizesall size
Sizeall size
Styleall model
Materialbrass
Weightas per order

" Kanishka Metals " Estabished In 2007 In Tiruppur  is an auspicious symbol in Hinduism and is a copper vessel with a big base and a small mouth. It is commonly known as PurnaKalasha, Purna-Kumbha,and Purna Ghata. As per Rig Veda, PurnaKalash represents abundance and life source.

Additional Information:
  • Production Capacity: 100
  • Delivery Time: 2 days
Yes! I am Interested
Get CALLBACK

Nagas Kuthu Vilakku

Nagas Kuthu Vilakku
  • +3
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 1,050 / Kg
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Colorgold
Usage/ApplicationPuja
Available Sizesall size
Size1 to 6
StyleNagas
Materialbrass
Weight1 to 50
Designhand made

This traditional lamp is an ornamental and religious brass lamp made of series of diyas, a handicraft product which is exclusively made in South India.
Yes! I am Interested
Get CALLBACK

Gajalakshmi Thooku Vilakku

Gajalakshmi Thooku Vilakku
  • +2
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 950 / Piece
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
MaterialBrass
ColorGolden
Heightas per size
Statues ShapeGajalakshmi
Fuel Tank Capacityas per size
Is It HandmadeHandmade
Lighting Typeas per size
Weightas per size
Size/Dimensionas per size
Country of OriginMade in India

the Gaja Lakshmi Lamp (In Hindu   Dharma,   Elephants   are   symbols   of   wealth.   Gaja­Lakshmi,   that   is   the Lakshmi  form  with  elephants,  is   one  of   the  most  significant  aspects  of   Mother Lakshmi. In this aspect, Ma is depicted seated on a lotus, flanked on both side by an elephant   (gaja).   Ma   is   shown   as  seated   in   Padma­asana   (lotus   position)   yogic posture, and has four arms. In each of Her upper pair of arms, She carries a lotus, and the lower hands are in ABHYA i.e the gesture of reassurance and safety, is a hand pose, which dispels fear and accords divine protection and bliss to Her devotee, and varada­mudra i.e. a gesture by the hand and symbolizes dispensing of boons. For varada­mudra, the left hand is used. It is held out, with Her palm uppermost and   the   fingers   pointing   downwards.   The   elephants   flanking   Ma   are   shown   as pouring  water  from   their  trunk   over   Ma   Lakshmi.  This   aspect   like  most   other aspects   of   Mother   Lakshmi   is   representative   of   prosperity,   good   luck,   and abundance; and the Gaja­Lakshmi motifs are very common in Hindu iconography.

Yes! I am Interested
Get CALLBACK

Kerala Handmade Nilavilakku Naadan

Kerala Handmade Nilavilakku Naadan
  • +1
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 5,600 / Piece
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
MaterialBrass
Colorgold
Available Sizesas per models
Sizeas per models
Stylekerala nilavilakku
Usage/ApplicationPuja
Weightas per models
Brandkanishka metals
Base Diameteras per models
Designkerala nilavilakku
Dimensionas per models
Heightas per models
Finishingpolished
Lengthas per models

Nilavilakku is a traditional lamp used commonly in Kerala as well as in Tamil nadu (called Kuthuvillakku). The traditional lamps which is lit during every auspicious occasions; in temples before the worship starts; at the official and unofficial functions. Painting of woman holding vilakku
Yes! I am Interested
Get CALLBACK

Kavara vilakku

Kavara vilakku
  • +2
 
Get Best Quote
Approx. Rs 3,900 / Piece
Get Latest Price
Product Brochure

Product Details:
Colorgold
Usage/ApplicationPuja
Available Sizesall size
Size10,12,14,16
Styletraditionally
Materialbrass
Weight3 to 8 kg

These umbrellas are mounted with a kalasam made out of brass on the top of the umbrellas.
" Kanishka Metals " Estabished In 2007 In Tiruppur  is an auspicious symbol in Hinduism and is a copper vessel with a big base and a small mouth. It is commonly known as PurnaKalasha, Purna-Kumbha,and Purna Ghata. As per Rig Veda, PurnaKalash represents abundance and life source.
Yes! I am Interested
Explore More Products
X
Find UsKarthik (Manager) KANISHKA METALS
10/2 Kanishka Metals, Prasath Street Anuppar Palayam, Anupparpalayam Pudur, Tiruppur - 641652, Tamil Nadu, India
SEND SMS
SEND E-MAIL
Share Us: