Iconic Dancing Doll of India Kondapalli in Acrylic Colors/ Aatabomma Buttabomma (Kondapalli Toys) | Golu Dolls

Material: Plaster of Paris

Craft:  Kondapalli Toys

Place: Kondapalli, India

Color: Vegetable Colors (Green, Blue, Yellow, and Pink)

Measurements: Height 10" , Width: 5", Depth: 5"

Product weight: 400 Grams

Special Attention: Handcrafted Village Craft

Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth.

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Expected Delivery Date Within USA Aug 22nd-Sep 1st

Expected Delivery Date Outside USA Sep 1st-Sep 8th

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With a smile across her lips and her gaze mesmerizing, the young maiden seductively sways her hips, embodying grace with every movement. The traditional Kondapalli artisans from Andhra Pradesh are masters of the creative process. The dancing doll, or 'Kondapalli Aatabomma' or 'Butta Bomma' as the locals call it, is a culmination of generations of tradition. Cycle after cycle, year after year, this dancing maiden has remained the most successful Kondapalli toy of all time. What makes this toy so dear to the country is the artisan's approach to exploring freedom in color while keeping the aperture of focus quite limited.

The dancing woman is the craftsman's only muse, his enchantress. He paints her visage and excels at it. The play of color gives this toy the appreciation it deserves. With natural and bold colors, this Indian woman is a longing attempt at remembering the beauty of classical dance. The time and care that goes into detailing this toy a valuable addition to your home decor collection. With constant movement, the toy brings something original to the table, keeping the children quite as content as the more learned lovers of art. Due to the cultural symbolism of traditional dance, this toy fits perfectly in the Kondapalli Bommala Koluvu, a narrative ritual observed every January during Sankranti.

The artisans of Kondapalli have been doing more than just that. Every passing moment, they reinvent the meaning of passion. Artsy tribe witnesses the many struggling families that have inherited this toymaking art from forefathers and fathers before them. That is why, with utmost sincerity, the humbling artisans of Kondapalli present this classic toy as a souvenir of hope and recognition. Disclaimer: Disclaimer: Since each toy is handmade and unique, no two toys are perfectly identical. Colors may differ according to the product.

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