Inspired by the royal architecture of East Indian temples, the Bhogamandap Jar makes for a timeless collector's item. The Bhogamandap or 'hall of offerings' is used to present scores of dishes to the temple's deities before it is distributed amongst eager devotees everyday. Crafted from luminous white teak wood, Karu's Bhogamandap jar serves the purpose of storing delectable edibles, precious knick-knacks or other treasures in style.
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Karu brings you exquisite craftsmanship imbued with an indigenous spirit representing stories and legends dating back to thousands of years. At Karu, each piece is an object d'art - representing beauty, heritage, and the timeless wisdom of India. While the brand’s vision is to create exclusive pieces of handcrafted art for modern spaces, it is also their mission to transform and support Indian craftsmen and provide them with sustainable livelihoods. At Karu, luxury is celebrated, carved from India's rich roots.View more details