Aranmula kannadi hall of fame – union minister Dr.Harsh Vardhan

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The union minister of science & technology, Dr.Harsh Vardhan with his prestigious and unique piece of marvelous gift – aranmula mirror ( aranmula kannadi) with kerala cm.oommen chandi.

The mirror in the photo is a fixed stand shank mirror.Want to buy this aranmula mirror? – please send a mail to – aranmulamirror@gmail.com

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifts Aranmula Kannadi to David Cameron

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Narenda Modi and David Cameron with Aranmula Mirror

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today gifted his British counterpart David Cameron a specially handcrafted Aranmula Kannadi. We are very proud to say that, our craftsman made this special aranmula mirror for Mr.Modi.

We are getting lot of requests to make such special aranmula mirrors to such prominent people across the world. Do you know what made aranmula mirror as the primary choice for such high profile visits and very important people? because each aranmula mirror is 100% handmade and very unique. there will be one copy of such a mirror in the entire world.

Do you have any questions? please feel free to ask by sending a mail to aranmulamirror@gmail.com

Aranmulakannadi as a precious prize for international painting competetion

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Aranmula kannadi is world famous and very unique. and because of that reason, its been gifted as  many precious and prestigious awards. To the infinite number of such list, a new one is added – The Clint Memorial International Painting contest organised by the Department of Kerala Tourism

Anujath is a student of class 4 in Devamatha CMS Public School, Trissur, won the first prize in an international painting competition. The Clint Memorial International Painting contest organised by the Department of Kerala Tourism had participants from almost 40 countries and had more than 5000 submissions.

Anujath’s painting was studded with images of village teashop, the fish vendor, the cooking gas delivery man, the housewife, a bus crossing a river, theyyam and much more – all arranged in a kaleidoscope of a landscape neatly cut across by a blue river.