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Annam Vinayagar Paper Mache Golu Bommai - 27 x 18 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price $270.00 - Original price $270.00
Original price
$270.00
$270.00 - $270.00
Current price $270.00

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SKU 690842
Width Height Depth Weight

18 inch

27 inch

9 inch

10.6704lb

• The Annam Vinayagar, made of paper mache, is a beautifully crafted representation of Lord Ganesha, designed specifically for the traditional South Indian festival of Navaratri. 
• This exquisite golu doll, also known as a golu bommai or kolu bommai, stands out due to its intricate details and vibrant colors. The artisans have skillfully molded the paper mache to capture the essence and divinity of Lord Ganesha, highlighting his characteristic features such as the elephant head, the large ears, and the potbelly.
• During the Navaratri festival, families set up elaborate displays of dolls and figurines, known as a "golu" or "kolu." The Annam Vinayagar golu doll plays a significant role in these displays, often occupying a prominent position due to the reverence of Lord Ganesha as the remover of obstacles and the god of new beginnings. 
• This golu bommai is not only a spiritual symbol but also a testament to the rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship of the region.
• Annam Vinayagar, also known as Annapillaiyar or Annadhanapillaiyar, is a revered form of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed god who is widely worshipped across India. 
• This specific form of Ganesha is associated with food and nourishment, highlighting his role as the provider of sustenance. 
• The use of paper mache makes the Annam Vinayagar lightweight and easy to handle, which is a practical feature during the setting up and dismantling of the golu display. 
• Moreover, the eco-friendly nature of paper mache aligns with modern sustainability practices, making this kolu bommai a conscious choice for environmentally aware devotees. 
• The Annam Vinayagar kolu bommai is a perfect blend of tradition and artistry, embodying the spirit of Navaratri and the timeless devotion to Lord Ganesha.