At the entrance of the shop, the distinct sound of chisel and hammer emerges above all the chaotic noise that is predominant in Indian roads. I take time to look at the silent craftsmen, laboring to beautify brass/copper/stainless utensils.
|Hand Engravers - very cheap labor|
This time, they were working on brass plates, which are used in pooja (Hindu religious activities).
|Doing wonders with chisel and hammer|
|Engraved with Vinayaka|
Once you enter the shop, the dazzling array of utensils from wall to wall is a sight in itself!
It's hard to decide on what to buy and what not, finally I end up buying things that I don't need as well^^.
Like teasers, vessels with handles are hung on the roof and it looks so colorful that I can't stop myself from gazing at them!
|Colorful food containers|
Actually, this type of carriers is eco-friendly, because locals use it to pack food instead of plastic containers and covers.