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Ashtalakshmi Paper Mache Golu Bommai Set - 9 x 6.5 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price $178.00 - Original price $178.00
Original price
$178.00 - $178.00
Current price $178.00

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SKU 690137
Width Height Depth Weight

6.5 inch

9 inch

4 inch


• Ashtalakshmi is a group of eight kolu bommai that are manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi. 
• Lakshmi is also considered a Mother Goddess when it comes to providing wealth in its 16 forms: knowledge, intelligence, strength, valor, beauty, victory, fame, ambition, morality, gold and other wealth, food grains, bliss, happiness, health and longevity, and virtuous offspring.
• One popular theme for the Golu bommai display is the "Ashtalakshmi" theme, which features dolls representing the eight forms of the Hindu Goddess of wealth and prosperity, Lakshmi.
• The eight forms are :
    1) Adi Lakshmi: The Goddess of Primordial Wealth
    2) Dhana Lakshmi: The Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity
    3) Dhanya Lakshmi: The Goddess of Food and Grains
    4) Gaja Lakshmi: The Goddess of Power and Strength
    5) Santan Lakshmi: The Goddess of Offspring and Progeny
    6) Vijaya Lakshmi: The Goddess of Victory and Success
    7) Veera Lakshmi: The Goddess of Courage and Bravery
    8) Vidya Lakshmi: The Goddess of Knowledge and Education
• Golu doll is used in a figurine festival held in South India during Navaratri and Dussehra. It is a set of steps decorated with kolu 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 golu dolls. 
• Ashtalakshmi is a traditional Kolu doll made of paper mache material.
• Add this paper mash Ashta Lakshmi set to your shrine to receive the divine blessings of the eight Lakshmis for your home's prosperity, health, and wealth. 
• Decorate your Kolu Padi with this unique collection of Ashtalakshmi Golu bommai for this Navarathri from Giri.
• An ideal gift for festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and housewarming.
• During Navaratri, people visit each other's homes to see the kolu bommai 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.