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    P-TAL aims to revive the dying crafts of the Amritsar indigenous Thatheras community, which is characterized by practicing the only UNESCO-registered crafts in India. Jandiala Guru's Thatheras is a community of skilled craftsmen who specialize in the traditional techniques of driving brass and copper sheets into traditional tools. This craft colony of Jandiala Guru was founded during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1883), a great Sikh monarch of the 19th century. He encouraged skilled Kashmir artisans to settle in the center of the Punjab kingdom. P-TAL aims to revitalize the debilitated crafts of Thateras throughout India through three approaches: the institutionalization of craftsmen, design development and education, and access to the market with the latest technology.

    Stay Healthy

    Ayurveda Swears by these metals. Cooking in brass, Eating in Kansa and commonly known Drinking from copper helps you maintain healthy skin, boosts immunity & has many more health benefits.

    Our Handmade P-Tal Utensils

    Petal or bass has been a metal of great significance in our Indian culture. Since the start of history, Brass has been used on numerous auspicious occasions to serve sweets, fruits, and offerings to the gods. Addition...

    Stay Healthy

    Ayurveda Swears by these metals. Cooking in brass, Eating in Kansa and commonly known Drinking from copper helps you maintain healthy skin, boosts immunity & has many more health benefits.

    Our Handmade P-Tal Utensils

    Petal or bass has been a metal of great significance in our Indian culture. Since the start of history, Brass has been used on numerous auspicious occasions to serve sweets, fruits, and offerings to the gods. Additionally, due to its special properties, which include durability against corrosion, brass is frequently used in applications that need efficient heat conduction, such as cooking. India is the largest producer of brassware in the world is India. Hand hammered techniques have been practised for many centuries while making utensils out of Pital. And to honour this fact, Itokri is presenting you with the most exquisite P-Tal Utensils. Brass, which was very popular in the past century, is now a preferred finish in kitchens, baths, and other spaces, in contrast to the chrome and nickel surfaces that were popular in recent decades. But in contrast, Pital provides a warmer and more resilient option. Consequently, the use of brass is becoming more popular once again.

    Why We Recommend P-Tal Utensils 

    Buy Brass Utensils Online from iTokri.com at an affordable price. They make for a beautiful inclusion in your household and are a perfect item for a gift on religious occasions or for home-warming parties. Additionally, this traditional art form of making brass utensils is unique to India. This art form has seen a decline in the modern world. Buy pital kitchenware or a variety of other pital items that are available in our collection of unique handmade utensils. Buy pital bartan online from iTokri.com for the health and well-being of you and your loved ones. Buy Brass Utensils Online for a variety of purposes from iTokri.com. Shop from a variety of brass kitchenware. Items such as pots, glasses, cooking pans, dishes for food, mugs, decanters, and much more are available; the options are endless. Moreover, we have a variety of brass objects made expressly for religious occasions, including Agarbatti stands, statues, Matka, and numerous other distinctive P-Tal products, professing the finest local Indian craftsmanship.


    Why to Choose iTokri?

    You should look into iTokri for its large variety of gifts and other day-to-day items in a variety of prices. You will love the web portal, as well as the many different categories and various prices. Indian artisans create items using a variety of techniques and styles. You'll find creatively handcrafted kitchen items such ashandmade bowls,wooden forks,wooden knives,masala boxes,wooden spoons,cutlery,salt and pepper pots,handmade casseroles, and more here.

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    Why we should use pital bartan?

    Brass is a staple in our tradition for a reason. It reduces burning and agitation, raises haemoglobin levels, and improves the condition of your skin overall. Moreover, our P-Tal Utensils are perfect for religious events as brass is a metal highly sought-after in our cultural traditions in India. Keeping food in Brass utensils reacts with the metal and helps increase melanin after consumption. Moreover, this keeps the skin healthy and protects it from UV rays as well. Moreover, it helps with combating respiratory ailments such as asthma. 

    Is pital utensils good for cooking?

    According to Ayurveda, cooking in the appropriate vessels might actually improve your health. Our traditional p-tal utensils online will cook your food faster than other metal utensils because brass is a good conductor of heat. These old-fashioned utensils are known to hold therapeutic benefits, whether you use them for cooking or eating your meals, despite the fact that a modern lifestyle has led us to shift towards more conventional materials such as steel, glass, or non-stick cookware.

    How do you make pital shine?

    Combine 1/2 cup vinegar with 1 teaspoon salt, then add enough flour to make a paste. Rub the brass with a cloth, and let it sit for ten minutes, after which rinse and buff it dry. Another method involves squeezing half a lemon onto a sponge and topping it with salt. The surface should be scrubbed with a sponge, followed by rinsing. Nonetheless, conventional store-bought brass polish and clearance can also be used on all our hand-hammered p-tal bartan online.

    Do you have a complete range of brass utensils?

    Absolutely yes!! Itokri has a range of brass utensils fit for all uses. Shop brass kitchenware of all types. Pots, pans, plates, cups, tumblers, and storage utensils are all available. Moreover, we have a collection of brass items specifically for religious events such as Agarbatti stands, idols, Matka, and many other unique P-Tal Utensils.

     

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