Our Services

With the full dedication and faith in our divine business, we manufactured and delieverd number of god and goddess statues for many temples in india. From our manufaturing units, we manufactured all kind of devotional statues as per asgama shatra rules. We also refer Vedas and Upanishads and use our artistic creativity while making statues.

Our major service is the manufaturing and trading of statues, temple wares and home utensils.

Manufaturing Statues

We are experting in making statues like god and goddess, Maha meru, religious statues and traditional statues with the metal like Ashtadhatu, Panchalogha, Brone and Antique

Panchalogha is termed as an alloy of 5 metals namely gold, silver, copper, zinc and lead. Ashtadhatu is termed as an alloy of 8 metals namely gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead, tin, iron and mercury.

Here below for yours perusal, we explaned the each steps of making statues in traditional method based on slokas and shastras in our manufacturing unit.

Step: 1 - Making wax model

The first step in the process is to create a wax model. The wax model is an exact replica of what the finished bronze piece will look like.

Wax required for making the model of the statue is prepared by mixing Pure bee’s or Paraffin wax, resin from the tree Damara Orientalis, and ground nut oil to make hard wax.

Step: 2 - Creating mold with clay

The term "mold" refers to the hollow clay form that will be filled with molten bronze to form the statue.

Mold making involves coating the wax pattern with layers of the alluvial soil extracted from river bed, known as investment. It is finely ground with charred paddy husk and mixed with cow dung, forming a thick mixture. There are minimum of 3 layers of coating need to make the actual mold that covers the wax figure for casting of the bronze statues.

The 1st level coat performs two important functions: protection of the wax model and reproduction of the minute contours of the model.

The 2nd and 3rd level of coating the mold, applied to increase the thickness of the mold and to cover the nalis.

A coating of river clay is given to maintain the temperature of the model mold. Then allowed to dry for atleast two days.

Step: 3 - Melting the wax

Later, the completed mold is heated upto 800 degree Celsius in an open-ground oven using cow-dung cakes as fuel. The molten wax and coming out through the runner is collected in a vessel containing water, and can be reused after any foreign matter is removed.

Step: 4 - Casting the mold

The weight of the alloy required to occupy the mold at eight times the weight of the wax model. When the alloy is being melted, the hollow mold is heated to red hot to drive away air bubbles from the inside of the mold cavity as well as to prevent sudden cooling of the molten metal, which could lead to an uneven surface finish. Heating the mold also prevents the mold from exploding because of the high heat of the liquid metal.

When the temperatures of the metal and the mold have reached, the red-hot mold is firmly placed or buried in the ground and placed rigidly, the mixture of five metals are then poured into the clay mold.

Care is also exercised that the metal stream does not cover more than half of the sprue opening to allow displaced air to escape from the mold cavity. In order to prevent the entry of any impurities floating on the surface of the molten metal, a piece of knitted jute cloth is used to cover the mouth of the crucible while pouring. The filled mold is allowed to cool slowly, which normally takes a day or more depending on the size of the statues.

Step: 5 - Finishing and Polishing

After allowing the molds to cool for at least two hours, the bronze can be uncovered by chipping the layers of coating away. The entire statue is filed. The breaking of the mold to remove the statue is of great significance.

There is almost always some small defect associated with the entire casting process. Air can be trapped in the mold creating a gap in the bronze or a piece can break off when the bronze is freed from the mold.

After being repaired and further filed down, the statue buffed to remove any scratches and then it is cleaned with tamarind and a soap-nut-water mix and scrubbed with a wire brush. Finally, the piece is brushed with polishing sand and water. The well-finished statue with a shine. Depending on the customer's requirement, it is either polished or given a dull finish to resemble an antique piece.

Value Added Services

Along with idols, we too specialized for making pooja articles with gold, silver, copper and brass as per customer's wish.

Customer Services

Our basic principle is Customer's Satisfication. To satisfy our customer, we providing the articles with high quality, suitable price and delivvery at time. Along wth this to relief our customer from stress,

  • In case of assemble/fit the kodimaram / interior decoration works, we will reach to customer's place for take over that. (Charges applicable for that).
  • Help customers by arrange transport facilities through safety travel agency.
  • We accept all credit & debit cards of any bank for money transfer.