Kamandalu is an elliptical vessel, which looks like a Kalash with a handle and/or with a spout. A Kamandalu with a spout looks like a teapot.
It is mainly used to store water by Hindu ascetics. Hence, it is used as a Hindu symbol for asceticism. It is also known as Kamandalam or Kamandal.
It is also shown in the pictures of some Hindu deities such as Lord Shiva, Lord Brahma, Lord Dattatreya, etc. In Hindu mythology when the ascetics used to curse the culprits, they used to sprinkle the water from it on the culprit’s body with their right hand before cursing him/her. A Kamandalu with a spout is always kept in a Hindu temple to distribute Tirtham, the holy water. The water or milk stored in it is considered holy and Hindus drink it with devotion.
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