Brass Palkhi Gurudwara
A palkhi is the place in the Gurudwara where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept. Guru Granth Sahib is a Sikhism scripture that was originally written by the six Sikh gurus: Guru Nanak, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das, Guru Arjan, Guru Angad, and Guru Tegh Bahadur. The arrangement is as follows: a 'rumalla' is placed on the palkhi, and Guru Granth Sahib is placed on it. A Gurudwara is a religious building for the Sikh community. This brass palkhi is an excellent way to adorn the Gurudwara and give it an ethnic appearance. The brass palkhi has a magnificent appearance due to one of the qualities that make it appear almost gold. A Gurudwara is a sacred place for Sikhs, and the brass palkhi is an excellent way to elevate and beautify the interior of a Gurudwara.
What are the qualities of brass and why should you choose brass palkhi over any other metal?
- Since brass is an alloy made from copper and Zinc and they are reddish-gold and silver respectively both combined make brass appear gold in color, or even more towards reddish-gold according to the percentage of copper and zinc in it.
- The melting point of brass is approximately 900°C. The exact melting point varies depending on the concentration of various metals in the alloy.
- Brass is also a good heat conductor.
It is easily recyclable.The Sikh community gets together to recite the Guru Granth Sahib which is placed on the brass palkhi and it is a pure and memorable experience overall. Get this brass palkhi for your Gurudwara now from Shree Krishna metal craft as we manufacture this product and as it is used for religious purposes we make sure that it is made with perfection and utmost attention.