Krishna Bhama Rukmini - 9 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Clay/ Rukmani/ Navratri Bommai/ Gifts/ Showpiece
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Sku : 6901149
Material : Clay
Height : 9 Inch
Depth : 4 Inch
Width : 6 Inch
• Golu is a doll and figurine festival held in South India during Navaratri and Dussehra. It is a set of steps decorated with bommais (dolls) of all shapes and sizes to tell a story about a Hindu or secular cultural issue.
• Every Kolu needs a refreshing twist with beautiful handmade dolls. To enhance the beauty of everyone's needs and to glorify the woman of your home, add a kitchen set to your golu padi.
• Lord Krishna is a key figure in Hinduism and is regarded as Lord Vishnu's eighth avatar. He is a well-liked character who is well-known for his supernatural attributes, wisdom, and roles in numerous histories. Lord Krishna is portrayed as a lovely and jovial deity who loves Radha, plays the flute, and serves as a friend, a guide, and a defender.
• Bama (Sathyabama): Bama, also known as Sathyabama, is regarded as the major queen of Lord Krishna and one of his main consorts. Hinduism states that Bama, who wed Lord Krishna, was King Satrajit's daughter. She is renowned for her steadfast love and devotion for Lord Krishna. Bama's persona stands for unwavering fidelity and dedication.
• Rukmini: Another important spouse of Lord Krishna is Rukmini, also known as Rukmini Devi. For her commitment and outstanding attractiveness, she is well-regarded. Hindu legend states that Rukmini was King Bhishmaka's daughter and that she fell in love with Lord Krishna. Rukmini eloped with Krishna despite being forced to wed someone else, and they had a lovely wedding. The persona of Rukmini stands for dedication, selflessness, and heavenly love.
• The unique Krishna Bama Rukmini dolls are fully made up of clay with vibrant colours. Decorate your Kolu Padi with this unique collection of Golu dolls for Navarathri from Giri. An ideal present for festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and housewarming.
• 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 colors with a different composition and definition.