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Handmade copper bells from Kutch – Free delivery all over India.
In India and in Hinduism, It is believed that each part of the hand-crafted bell represents a particular deity, goddess Saraswathi (Goddess of wisdom) resides on its clapper or tongue, Lord Brahma on its face, Lord Rudra on its middle and Vasuki on its stem. The handle of the bell denotes the life-giving energy or vital force (Prana Shakti).
Bell making in India dates to more than 5000 years. Bell metal is widely used for making bells in India. Bell metal is an alloy of copper and zinc. Whereas these alloys are used to produce articles such as sculptures of deities, mythological figures and animals, pots, pans, utensils and bells etc. The sound of bells signifies the seven musical notes. Bells are one of the oldest percussion instruments. Pleasantly sounding bells is an accurate mixture of copper and tin (4:1 i.e., 78% copper and 22% tin).