Panchaloha idols

Panchaloha idols

Panchaloha idols are traditional Hindu idols made of an alloy of five metals - gold, silver, copper, iron, and zinc. The term 'panchaloha' is derived from the Sanskrit words 'pancha' meaning five and 'loh' meaning metal.

These idols are considered to be very auspicious and are believed to possess divine powers. They are considered to be a symbol of prosperity, good luck, and protection. The five metals used in the making of these idols are believed to represent the five elements of nature - earth, water, fire, air, and ether.

Panchaloha idols are handcrafted by skilled artisans using traditional techniques. The process involves melting the metals together and pouring the molten metal into a mold. The idol is then polished and finished with intricate details.

Panchaloha idols are considered to be a valuable possession and are often passed down from generation to generation. They are commonly used in Hindu temples and households for worship and are believed to bring good fortune and blessings to the devotees.

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