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• Golu is a South Indian festival celebrated during the Hindu festival of Navaratri, featuring a set of steps decorated with Bommais dolls of various shapes and sizes. The Golu doll is not just a sight to behold; it's a storyteller too. It narrates tales of tradition and spirituality.  
•  To add more beauty and detail to your golu setup, exclusively at GiriAus , buy a golu doll on the Lord Krishna. 
• One of Hinduism's most respected and worshipped deities is Lord Krishna. He is regarded as Lord Vishnu's eighth avatar (incarnation), who guards and preserves the universe. 
• Krishna is revered for his divine deelas (acts of divinity) and teachings, which have greatly influenced Hinduism's philosophy and spirituality. 
• King Vasudeva and Queen Devaki gave birth to him in Mathura, but he was raised by Nanda and Yashoda in the village of Vrindavan. 
• There are many amusing tales of Lord Krishna's youthful antics, his lovable relationships with the cowherd boys and girls, and his humorous run-ins with demons. 
• He is frequently portrayed as a flute-playing, blue-skinned deity who also wears a peacock feather crown and magnificent jewellery. 
• The epic war known as the Mahabharata, which is chronicled in the ancient Hindu text of the same name, is one of the most important moments in Lord Krishna's life. 
• As the charioteer (Parthasarathi) and counsellor to Arjuna, one of the Pandava princes, Lord Krishna plays a crucial role. 
• In the Bhagavad Gita, regarded as a sacred text in Hindu philosophy, Lord Krishna offers Arjuna spiritual enlightenment and direction during the conversation on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. 
• Decorate your Kolu Padi with our unique collection of Golu dolls/golu bommai/dassara dolls for this Navarathri.
•  An ideal present for festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and housewarmings. 
•  During Navaratri, people visit each other's homes to see the Golu display and offer prayers. It is considered an auspicious time to seek blessings from the Divine and to celebrate the victory of good over evil. 
•  This set stands apart from the usual golu doll set because it is painted in vivid, rich colours with a different composition and definition. 
•  The Lord Krishna doll is thought to bless and bring luck to the home. 
•  It serves as a means of promoting devotion and spirituality while also honouring and protecting South Indian cultural heritage.