Hindu temples typically have Kalasam at the top of temple towers. These Kalasams in the form of inverted pot, with pointed head facing the sky, is one of the prominent symbol of temples. Periodic renewal of temple is called Samprokshanam or Kumbhabishekam (held as a festival) centers around Kalasams, when elaborate rituals are performed along with renewing the temple's physical structures.
Height- 11 Inches
Made of Meenakari design