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Friday, July 1, 2011
“Thuruvamanai” is what we call it in Tamil. It was being used specially in the kitchen to scrap coconut husk, and it is one of the most very important kitchen tool in the Tamil community kitchen. It was first being used in the early 1920's. Most curries in Tamil cooking will use coconut as part of the ingredient in the curry. It was made out from teak wood and it is very heavy.
The surrounding of the Thuruvamanai shows the artistic design. Bought from an antique shop in Penang.