Kansa: pronounced Khan-Sah is highly revered in many circles. ln lndia Kansa dishes and bowls were given as wedding gifts. People prized their sacred statuary and beautiful sounding gongs made of this precious metal. Through out human history people have been intrigued with stones and metals.
Some used it to make tools and weapons while others were polished and used in ceremonies for adoration, and many are used for healing purposes. From a historical point of view, there is only one Metal Alloy that stands out as the first and possibly foremost metal for healing. ln lndia, it is known as KANSA.
Kansa was first made in the period of history that bears the more commonly known name of a metal alloy, the Bronze Age. Bronze is said to be one of the most innovative alloys ever created 5000 years ago, During the Bronze Age, the Harappans, the lndus valley inhabitants and the same culture that is thought to have developed the principles and practices of Ayurveda created Kansa, which is made primarily of copper mixed with tin (Bronze). Kansa is unique for many reasons.