The resounding conch call has represented the iron will and fortitude of the people of Kerala since the beginning of time. The conch (shankham) are tropical molluscs that have always been found on these shores, and they today have been forever immortalized by being placed on the Official Emblem of the State of Kerala. Before this, the erstwhile State of Travancore carried a conch guarded by two majestic tuskers as its royal symbol as well. Our ancestors have used conches in times of war, peace and religious celebrations. The Aranmula Kannadi captures this divine shape, that is today a popular decor item in many households. It brings out the subtle charm that defines this majestic instrument, embedded is so deeply in the heart and minds of every citizen of God’s Own Country. These are equipped with a comfortable back stand that ensures that they can be suitably displayed in multiple locations around the house, creating a regal atmosphere.
Aranmula Kannadi, is a unique and beautiful mirror from the village of Aranmula, in the state of Kerala. Unlike ordinary glass mirrors, it is a specially hand crafted metal alloy, polished vigorously to reflect like a mirror. Considered symbols of prosperity and luck, they are available in many shapes and sizes as table mirrors and handheld ones with unparalleled finesse and beauty radiating from each one of them.