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Lakshmi Ranganathar Paper Mache Golu Bommai - 14 x 11 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe

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

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SKU 6974243
Width Height Depth Weight

11 inch

14 inch

6 inch


• Ranganathar is the manifestation of Vishnu lying on the Five-headed serpent known as Adishesha. This depiction can be observed in the Srirangam temple, situated in Trichy, Tamil Nadu. 
• Also referred to as Arranganathar, Ranga, and Thenaranganathan, Lord Ranganathar's consort is Goddess Lakshmi, who is also known as Ranganayaki. 
• This kolu bommai is a depiction of Lakshmi Ranganathar, the supportive Goddess who is shown sitting next to her husband while massaging his feet. The reclining position of Lord Ranganathar is inspired by the grand form of his serpent attendant, Adisesha. In the Tamil language, the name "Ranganathar" translates to "head of the meeting place."
• This wonderful paper mache kolu bommai of Lakshmi Ranganathar is painted with vibrant colors and intricate details. From the details of Adisesha, to the divine instruments held by Lord Narayana, the beautiful vibrance of Goddess Lakshmi, and the Milky Ocean holding them, the expertise in craftsmanship shines through.
• The Lakshmi Ranganathar Golu doll is a must-have for every golu, especially if yours is Vaishnava-themed.
• Gift your loved ones with this radiant and divine golu bommai during this festive season. It is easy to store and maintain, making it an heirloom golu doll that can be reused and passed on through generations.