Bronze Uruli

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Quick Overview

Amazing Benefits

  • Ability to destroy microorganisms making the metal hygienic for use
  • Stress relieving
  • Improves immunity
  • Preventing illness
  • Promotes gut health
  • Boost energy levels.

Bronze URULI

  • Type: Cooking and serving
  • Inch: 7 Inches
  • Body Material: Bronze
  • Usage/Application: All
  • Cookware Type: Bronze utesil
  • Total weight: 1000-1150Gram
Special Price ₹1,970.00 Regular Price ₹2,000.00

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Bronze Vessels


Commonly used metals include stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, brass and bronze. All of these metals are safe for cooking and eating use, though copper, brass, and bronze require careful use and are best avoided in certain situations.

Bronze Uruli Price & Specifications

Product Name:Bronze Uruli
Quantity:(850-950) Gm
Size:7 Inches (Depth- 5.5cm, Height- 6.5cm, Width- 17cm)
GST / Tax:

2000.00(Price Inclusive of all Taxes)

Ingredient Type:Vegetarian
Specialty:No Preservatives, No Genetic Engineering
Place of Origin:Madurai, TamilNadu - India
Storage Instructions:Store in a cool & dry place
Serving Recommendation:Suitable for Cooking & Deep Frying
Package Information:Wrapped in Carton Box with Zero Breakage
Maximum Shelf Life:Based on Use

Bronze kadai  Meaning / Regional Names of Bronze kadai

Scientific Name:Bronze
Bronze kadai  In English:Bronze kadai / Pot
Bronze kadai  In Tamil:Venkala katay / Paanai / urulai
Bronze kadai  In Malayalam:Venkala katayi / urili
Bronze kadai  In Telugu:Kansya kadai / Kunda / urili
Bronze kadai  In Kannada:Peetal ki kadaie / Madake / urili
Bronze kadai  In Hindi:Peetal ka bartan
Bronze kadai  In Konkani:Kansya karahi / Budkulo / urili
Bronze kadai  In Marathi:Kansya kadai / Bhande / urili


When using bronze utensils, make sure they are of modern manufacture. Older items may have some quantity of lead or arsenic combined with the copper and tin. These elements could leach from the metal into your food during cooking.

Both lead and arsenic are cumulative poisons; that is, they can build up in your body over time and undermine your health before severe symptoms are obvious. Modern manufacturers of bronze cookware and flatware recommend that you avoid using these items with acidic foods.

Avoid foods containing vinegar, tomatoes or citrus fruits. It is also recommended that you not store food in bronze containers for extended periods. Modern bronze utensils are often coated with tin; if your utensil has such a coating, inspect it regularly for damage and have the coating repaired as needed.

Care and Cleaning

Bronze that is not lacquered will stain and corrode easily if it is left in contact with food or liquid. It is best to wash your bronze utensils immediately after use.

Use a commercial cleaner specifically formulated for bronze, following the manufacturer's directions, or use a homemade paste consisting of 1 teaspoon salt dissolved in 1 cup white vinegar and mixed with enough flour to make a paste. Apply the paste to the bronze and let it sit for 15 to 60 minutes, then rinse with clean, warm water and polish dry.

Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners on your bronze utensils, as such cleaners can damage both the bronze itself and any lacquer or tin protective coating that it may have.

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