Product list include Lamps, vessels, bells, statues of gods and goddess, famous personalities, decorative items etc. Some of the most important household products which are made on regular basis are:
Kinnam Plates for taking foods like kanji and boiled rice.
Uruli a vessel used for decoration.
Chembu for boiling paddy.
Kindi a vessel for taking water for washing.
Naazhi a hollow cylindrical vessel used for measuring grains.
Sevanaazi is a cylindrical shape vessel, with a rotating handle on the top and small holes at the bottom used for making idiyappam, murukku etc.
Vaarpu is a large bowl made from bronze. It is used for making Ayurveda medicines and meals during festivals in homes and temples.
Different kinds of lamps like Thamaravilakku, Aaluvilakku, Vaasthuvilakku, Thookuvilakku, Ashtamangalyavilakku, Lakshmivilakku, Aamavilakku, Mayilvilakku and Nilavilakku.
Some of the products made in Mannar are so big, that they are biggest in the world and some have entered into record books. For example Ernakulam district, has a huge lamp in 9 layers where 1000 wicks can be lit and it has an entry in Limca Book of Records in year of 2007. It is 24.5 feet in length and 6000 kg in weight.
In Bhopal at Indira Gandhi Rastra Manava Sangralaya, a lamp called Aaluvilakku which is 14 feet in height and 2500 kg in weight is displayed.
World's biggest temple bell is at Mohan Nagar in Shimla which is 6.5 feet in length and 3.5 ton in weight. World’s biggest cauldron is at an antique shop in Jew Town in Kochi.