Electric kharal stainless steel is widely used for mixing and grinding Ayurvedic medicine, pigments, refractories, cosmetics, granules, chemicals, and ceramic makers for unsupervised grinding material. It is basically a kitchen tool used to pulverise and grind a range of foods. It has a cylindrical body made of stainless steel and a removable cover. A stationary stone at the bottom and a rotating stone at the top make up the kharal's two grinding stones. Electric kharal stainless steel is filled with the food that will be ground, and the cover is then fastened. The rotating stone then begins to grind the food after the kharal has been switched on.