India is a melting pot of cultures, with each state brimming with its unique traditions and native festivals. Though North and South India have a common unifying heritage, design styles and art patterns vary greatly. Each part of our country comes with its own distinct identity—and if you are looking to decorate your home in traditional south Indian brass lamps online, some elements must find their way into your interior design!

Every traditional South Indian home will welcome you at the entrance with the ubiquitous Rangoli. Rangolis are said to invoke divine blessings and welcome everything well into your home. These rhythmic patterns were originally a form of roadside art, created using synchronously aligned grids and dots to create perfect symmetry. Creating a rangoli has an intrinsic deep meaning; it is a process that seeks to align the humdrum of everyday life with the mystic cosmos. Every South Indian home will have a rangoli at the doorstep, in the pooja room, and the courtyard as well. Elaborate rangolis that are created using rice powder or paste play an important role in the heart of the home during festivities and religious rituals.

Heavily Ornamental Doors
Typical South Indian entrance doors are intricately carved and embellished with metal. You can give your guests a taste of what is in store by replacing your mundane entrance door with one that is perhaps rescued from an old house and restored to its original glory. South Indian artisans are well known for adept at painstakingly carving out a kaleidoscope of historical images from age-old myths and folktales.

Brass Idols
For centuries gone by, god idols have found pride in palaces, temples, and homes in the South. In particular, brass or bronze figurines, metal sculptures are common décor artifacts in South Indian homes. Idols of Ganesha (the roly-poly, elephant-headed God), Buddha, and Nataraja are particularly popular choices amongst South Indians. Artwork with metal accents, such as Tanjore paintings that use real gold leaf, can be added for a rich look in the pooja and living room walls.

Lighting the Lamp
South Indian brass lamps online continue personal importance in religious rituals in the South, and lighting the lamp is a well-preserved tradition. The glow of the lamp is related to scatter the darkness in all its forms. Numerous traditional families prefer to retain a tall brass lamp or an ornately carved brass hanging lamp at the verandah or entrance to their homes. This lamp is appropriately arrived every morning and evening to usher in positive energies into the home.

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Brass Uruli
Filled with water, flowers, and floating candles, the ancient bell brass urli has reinvented itself as a lovely decor accessory popular in South Indian interior design. Placed in your foyer as a centerpiece with a rangoli around it, this rule is said to purify the environment and welcome guests to a home.