The Uruli has been traditionally a cooking utensil extensively used in South of India and was commonly made of clay, copper and bronze.
The name Uruli is derived from the Tamil word "Urulai" [உருளை] which means a round bowl and has been always used besides cooking but also in Ayurvedha to make medicines.
Now brass Urlis are used as a decorative bowls to float flowers and candles placed at the entrance of the home as a daily ritual, during festivals and special occasions and considered to be highly auspicious.
Measures: Dia 21 cm x Height 8 cm
Weight: 1.8 kilograms