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Kadhani Vizha Clay Golu Bommai Set - 6 x 2.5 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price $90.00 - Original price $90.00
Original price
$90.00 - $90.00
Current price $90.00

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SKU 697359
Width Height Depth Weight

2.5 inch

6 inch

2.5 inch


• "Kaadhani Vizha" refers to the Tamil ceremony of ear-piercing, performed for young children usually before they attain 3 years of age. 
• It is conducted with great splendor, with the belief held by the parents and attendees that the ear piercings mark and enhance the developmental stage. 
• The choice of metal for the earring, such as gold or silver, is considered auspicious, as the earlobe is believed to be a vital pressure point. 
• A celebratory feast followed by the customary exchange of gifts is also part of the ceremony. The ear-piercing ritual in Tamil culture is seen as an important milestone in a child's life. It is believed to bring good fortune, protect the child from evil spirits, and symbolize their entrance into the family's cultural and religious traditions.
 • This beautiful clay golu doll set features important members who are usually part of the Kaadhani Vizha.
• Golu dolls used in a figurine festival held in South India during the Hindu festival of Navaratri. Golu, a seasonal celebration of Navratri and the Dussehra festival, is a set of steps decorated with golu Bommais of all shapes and sizes. 
 • The clay golu bommai includes a pair of musicians who play celebratory tunes on their Naadhaswarams, the child held secure by the uncle, the priest who performs the ceremony, accompanied on either side by its parents, and relatives, and complete on the other end with accompanying percussion musicians.
 • The intricate kolu bommai set also features the puja essentials in platters placed in front of them, filled with fruits, and flowers; as well as the havan kund which is believed to purify the surrounding environment and invoke blessings of the ancestors.
 • Revel in this detailed kolu bommai set by displaying it on your golu padi, or gift the set to loved ones during Navaratri and festive seasons!