Tookatra Kall

Stone weights and measures were used for weighing grain, and also fresh food such as pork.

In the image, anticlockwise from upper right: kalle mana, with an iron grip measured 1 maund, the traditional weight varied from region to region, here, 7 ½ lbs.; pani, a flat stone with a raised
handle, typically used to weigh pork, equivalent to 2 seers, approximately 2 kgs.; sére (colloquial Kodava thakk) or seer; pauv, 1/4 th of a seer.

— From the collection of BP Appanna and Ranu Appanna