Pandurangan Rukmini Pair - 11 Inch | Giri Golu Doll/ Clay/ Panduranga Rukmini/ Navratri Bommai/ Gifts

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Pandurangan Ragumayi, also known as Panduranga Vittala and Rukmini Vitthal, are revered deities in Hinduism. Lord Pandurangan is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is worshipped mainly in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka in India. He is portrayed as a captivating deity standing in a classic Tribhanga pose, with his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing and his left hand resting on his waist. Ragumayi, on the other hand, is a form of Goddess Rukmini, the divine consort of Lord Pandurangan. She symbolizes devotion, beauty, and love.

Product Features:
• These meticulously handcrafted clay dolls, inspired by Hindu faith, embody the divine bond of Lord Pandurangan and his consort, Ragumayi.
• Sculpted by skilled artisans using traditional techniques passed down through generations, their durability and authenticity are ensured. The grace of different forms of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi will certainly add to the divine charm of your golu, especially if it is centred around the Vaishnava theme.
• Lord Pandurangan's serene and benevolent expression exudes divine grace and tranquility. Beside Lord Pandurangan stands Ragumayi, the epitome of beauty and devotion. Her exquisite features, delicate jewelry, and elegant attire reflect her divine presence. Her gentle expression emanates love and compassion, capturing the essence of the divine feminine energy.
• The Pandurangan Ragumayi clay golu doll pair is a perfect addition to your home shrine or golu display during festive occasions like Navaratri and Dussehra. Also makes for a thoughtful gift for Vaishnavites."