Shringi is a ritual vessel for pouring water over a statue of a divinity. The pot marginally twist at his end and finished with cow head.
The Shrungi (Brass) represents the horn of the bull. The abisheka performed via this Shrungi will appease the Lord easily and grant all the wealth to the doer. The water coming out of this Shrungi via the Gaumukhi attached to the base is considered equivalent to the water of the Holy Ganga.