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Indians are considered to be the most theist and religious by nature. All across the country, and now even world wide, Indian communities worship several gods and godesses, according to their faith and reverence. We are manufacturers and wholesalers of idols and statues in brass and ashtadhatu, of superior quality with super fine polish and perfect
anatomy & finishing.
Ashtadhatu is a combination of eight metals. The metals used are gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead, tin, iron and mercury. The idols are very costly and cost varies in proportion to quantity of precious metals like gold and silver used.The process of making Ashtadhatu idols is bit complex and it varies.
In the first stage, the exact model of the deity is made using wax.
In the second stage, the wax model is covered with clay to make a mold.
In the third stage, the wax and clay mold is put into fire. In this process, the clay hardens and the wax melts away making a hollow mold.
In the fourth, the eight metals – taken according to the proportion required – are melted.
In the fifth stage, the melted amalgam is poured into the clay mold and is allowed to cool.
In the final stage, after cooling, the clay molds are dismantled and the Ashtadhatu idol is revealed.
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