Dhanvantari Murti - 9 Inches | GiriAus Golu Doll/ Clay/ Dhanvantri/ Navratri Bommai/ Gifts/ Showpiece

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 Dhanvantari is renowned as a divine physician or a doctor of celestial beings. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is widely regarded as the deity who gave us Ayurveda, the ancient science of medicine. He is greatly honored as the 'Father of Ayurveda'. 
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 •  Golu is a South Indian festival celebrated during the Hindu festival of Navaratri, featuring a set of steps decorated with golu bommai 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.  
 •  Navaratri is a nine-night Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil and honors the Divine Feminine in the form of various Goddesses. 
 •  According to Hindu mythology, Lord Dhanvantari appeared during the churning of the cosmic ocean (Samudra Manthan) by the Devas (celestial beings) and Asuras (demons). As the churning produced many valuable treasures, Lord Dhanvantari emerged holding a pot of Amrita, which is believed to confer immortality and cure all illnesses. 
 •  Lord Dhanvantari golu doll is often depicted as a four-armed deity, holding a conch shell, a discus, a leech, and a pot of healing nectar called Amrita. 
 •  Dhanvantri is a traditional Kolu bommai, crafted with clay. Each piece is meticulously painted by artisans. 
 •  Decorate your Kolu Padi with this unique collection of Golu dolls for this Navarathri from GiriAus . 
 •  This Dassara doll is an excellent gift for festivals such as 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 doll stands apart from usual golu bommai because it is painted in vivid, rich colors with a different composition and definition.