Colorful Sankranti Haridas and Gangireddu Village Theme | Navaratri Golu Dolls | Golu | Golu Dolls | Dusshera Golu - Kondapalli

Material: Wood

Place: Kondapalli, Andhra Pradesh, India

Color: Multicolor

Measurements:  Length - 12" x Height - 6.8" x Width - 6"

Product weight: 400 grams

Special Attention:  Handcrafted Village Craft. Please Allow For Minor Crafting Defects.

Product Care: Wipe with a clean, damp cloth

Purpose: Navaratri Golu, Sankranthi Golu, Bommala Koluvu, Home Decor, Event Decor, Return Gifts

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Processing Time 1 Day, Delivery time 1-5 days in USA, Outside USA 1-2 Weeks
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Expected Delivery Date Within USA Dec 12th-Dec 22nd

Expected Delivery Date Outside USA Dec 22nd-Dec 29th

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This Piece refers to the Sankranthi set. It is made out of softwood and then colored with organic, vegetable dyes. This beautiful toy can add a touch of grace and tradition to your house. The intricate designs on the toy only add to its magnificence. It not only adds appeal but also livens up any space with its bold, bright colors! This toy is the epitome of craftsmanship which holds the history and skill of Kondapalli.

Kondapalli is a village around the outskirts of Vijaywada, Andhra Pradesh. This village is famous for wood crafts which are famous all around the world. These are handcrafted artworks that are prepared with a variety of wood, called “Tella Poniki,” which is available only in the hilly forests of Kondapalli. The raw material is collected, processed, crafted, and painted with the utmost care by the local artisans. Kondapalli toys on the major side depict the richness of Indian heritage containing the figures of devotion, ancient Indian lifestyle, and festivals. The Kondapalli artisan depicts the Haridasu bent down on one knee as the woman pours alms into the Akshaya Patra which he wears as headgear. She listens to the songs of praise and mythology sung by the Haridasu and acknowledges his call for charity by filling the platter on his head with rice, grain, or money. Due to the cultural context of this toy, it makes appearances in the Bommala Koluvu, a gathering of Kondapalli artifacts that mark the season of Sankranti in South India. Handmade by Kondapalli Artist Light-weight wooden toys.

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