Modakpatra is a traditional cooking vessel mostly used in the coastal Maharashtra to make steamed cuisines like modak, aaluwadi, patode etc. The muslim community call it dhapa and the major use of it can be seen in their day today lifestyle. Modakpatra is consist of three parts the base vessel for boiling water, a steaming plate for placing the cuisines which has to be cooked and a dome shaped lid to make circular motion to steam. The exceptional design structure makes modakpatra unique from any other copper vessels; closely beaten texture gives a very rich and royal appearance which is a lucid evidence of the legacy of age long affluent tradition. The dome shaped lid, an inverted dome handle as well as the repeated circular surface design gives rhythm, and the balanced punching of steamer plates also meets the median of design which makes the design elements synchronized. The color pallets of modakpatra consist of three metallic colors which are copper, brass and tin which gives an appearance of elegant design. Which means the tradition of craft wasn’t either concentrated on only aesthetes on only in functionality; it gives emphasis on both functional and aesthetical elements which makes each traditional craft unique and inestimable. Modakapatra is such an evidence for the amalgamation of these both elements.