Copper Bowl

Pujas and rituals are an integral part of every Hindu family. It’s almost every week that a deity is prayed in the religion. Also, the Hindus follow their religion like all other communities, very strictly and with great pomp and purity. Hinduism, which is considered as the oldest of all religions have always been well accepted and practiced in India.

DVYM0004767(2)-800x800Over the years, the Hindus of the society have been able to keep on with the beliefs and the rituals that have been followed since the early days. One of the most significant and important thing in any religious ritual is the copper bowl. The bowls are used for various needs in the religious festivals. Right from serving the offering to the deities, to using them to carry Ganga water, they are widely used.

Here are some of the reasons on why Copper is preferred in the religious activities. These facts might surely get you by surprise!

Copper metals are widely used in the religious customs of the Hindus, as copper is a single metal and unlike most others, it is not an alloy. It is believed from ancient times, that the metals that are not pure or are alloys, must not be used in case of the religious and the ritual offerings. Thus, this is one of the most fundamental reasons on why Copper is used for the religious offering and rituals for the Hindus.

Apart from Copper, there are other pure metals like gold and silver which can be used, but they are costlier than copper and hence, people love to have their offerings done in the copper utensils, which are way in their reach and is also as per the need of the custom.

Apart from the religious beliefs and the conventions, science too has its own role to play it is said that copper utensils help in improving the immunity system and also help in blood circulation.

These are some of the reasons for which the copper utensils are used in the religious customs and festivals of the Hindus.

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