An arresting sight and divinely crafted, this is a one of a kind home brass temple. It displays marvellousMeenakari work that has been made possible by veteran artists who have painstakingly carried on the ancient art. The piece is from famous vendors from Rajkot, Gujrat who are especially renowned for their metal temples. The vibrant use of colour and sacred symbols lend an enhanced effect.
Dating back to many centuries, the Meenakari art is unlike any other and calls for extreme skill and application. It was invented by Iranian artisans during the Sasanied times and spread by Mongols to India and other places. In this art, the metal piece is intricately engraved with a particular pattern, colour is then infused in the grooves through enamel dust. When placed in the furnace, the heat melts the colour, thereby enabling the coloured liquid to disperse evenly into the groove. Needless to say, this complicated process requires many levels and a great attention to detail. The artisans deserve great applaud for their hard work.
This special piece that weighs 14 kgs and comes in the dimension of 18" x 15" x 42", has been heated at 80 degree Celsius for a beautiful result. The dome's height is 12 inches. It is designed from wood as well as metal plates that are stuck with special fevibond. The ply inside is waterproof. This temple is supplied with a special cleaning and maintenance liquid free of cost.
Comes in single dome with two windows in two doors.