Dry coconut cups, also known as kopra or khopra, are dried coconut shells that have been hollowed out and cut into cup-like shapes. These cups are commonly used in Indian households and in religious ceremonies as an offering vessel for flowers, sweets, and other items. They can also be used as serving dishes for food and beverages. Dry coconut cups have a hard outer shell and a fibrous inner layer. They are rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are a good source of energy. Dry coconut cups are also used in Ayurvedic medicine for their medicinal properties, such as promoting digestion and strengthening the immune system. They can be stored for long periods of time in a cool, dry place and are a popular ingredient in many Indian sweets and desserts.