people normally ask – which is the most traditional model of aranmula kannadi ( aranmula metal mirror). the answer is – Valkannadi aka hand mirror.
valkannadis are the model of the aranmula mirror with a handle. in olden days the royal families were using aranmula kannadi for seeing their faces. the handle comes in various shapes – the round and flat. valkannadi ( hand mirror) models ara available from 1.5 inch in diameter inwards. it comes in oval & circular shape.
valkannadi is using as one of the auspicious items in the ashtamangalya set. and ashtamangalya set is using for wedding and during the vishukkani etc. the biggest valkannadi is in the size of 5 inches in diameter ( mirror part only). most of the hand mirrors comes with a hook on the backside, so that you can hang it in the wall as well.
If you plan to give aranmula metal mirrors aka aranmula kannadi as a gift in your corporate function, you can order it in bulk with us. but remember ordering in bulk will take some time. because, each aranmula kannadi is made out of hand and that much human work is involved. so it requires some time.
We suggest for orders from 10-50 Nos of mirrors, we need at least 2-3 weeks of time to make it. and if the number goes up, we may need more time to make it. so if you are ordering in 2-3 days prior to the function may not work.
So if you have any such plans, please make the plans in advance and let us know. also finalize with the model you want. such preparations will make the entire process easy and you will get your precious gifts on time.
Valkannadi’s are the most traditional model of aranmula kannadi’s. Â Valkannadi is famous for its feminine touch and the old royal families had valkannadi’s in their collection.
Valkannadi Â means – the kannadi with a hand ( ‘Pidi’ in Malayalam). usually valkannadis are holding in hand. so its limitation was – it should kept somewhere lying in ground, or lean against a wall or something like that.
But now, every valkannadi’s comes with a hook on backside – so that you can hang it on your wall. Let it be in your visiting room, drawing room to grab the attention of your visitors.