Gaumukhi (Nandi) Shringi is a ritual vessel for pouring water over a statue of a deity. Gaumukhi means "cow's mouth" and relates to the glacier in the Himalayas of the same name, the source of the river Ganges.It is sacred to do Abisekha to gods with Gaumukhi Shringi. The pot slightly bend at his end and ended with cow head. Its made of Brass and its yellowish color give a great look to the pot.
Nandi represents strength, faith, and constancy in belief. Images of Nandi often sit directly outside a shrine to Shiva, facing the deity. Often an image of Nandi, the sacred bull on which Shiva rides, faces the linga. Nandi signifies single-minded devotion and the peaceful strength of faith. Nandi is the protector and guard of all Shiva Temples. Nandhi Devar share several characteristics like Lord Shiva, hence the title of Eashwarar has been bestowed on him. Dharma or Righteousness is personified as cow and with maleness added, Nandhi is the official guard of Lord Shiva.
Make: Made in copper and cow face made of brass.
Dimensions of pot: 1.2 inches (W) x 9.5 inches (L)
Top diameter of (pot): 1.9 inches
Weight: 150 grams
Gaumukhi Shringi is made in brass and used for bathing the deity idols or pouring water over the statues. Gaumukhi means "cow's mouth" and relates to the glacier in the Himalayas of the same name, the source of the river Ganges.It is sacred to do Abisekha to gods with Gaumukhi Shringi.