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Renugambal Paper Mache Golu Bommai - 16 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price $141.00 - Original price $141.00
Original price
$141.00
$141.00 - $141.00
Current price $141.00
SKU 6974241
Width Height Depth Weight

13.5 inch

16 inch

6 inch

4.0675lb

• Get ready to light up your Golu display with our exquisite Renugambal Golu Doll!

• Renuka, also known as Yellamma, is a Hindu Goddess worshipped predominantly in the South Indian states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and the western state of Maharashtra. She is also known as the mother of Parashurama, the sixth avatar of the God Vishnu.

• In this Golu doll, Goddess Renuka Devi is depicted with a crown and danglers, as well as layers upon layers of necklaces on her bust. A snake is coiled at the bottom of the composition.

• Crafted with attention to detail, the Golu bommai is made from lightweight papermache.

• Golu is a South Indian festival celebrated during the Hindu festival of Navaratri, featuring a set of steps decorated with Bommais dolls of various shapes and sizes. The Golu doll is not just a sight to behold; it's a storyteller too. It narrates tales of tradition and spirituality.

• Decorate your Kolu Padi with this unique collection of kolu bommai for this Navarathri from Giri.

• This Dassara dolls is an ideal present for festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and housewarmings.

• During Navaratri, people visit each other's homes to see the Golu 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.

• Additionally, Giri offers a wide range of plastic Golu padis and all decor items to create an enchanting ambiance for this Navaratri festival.

Interesting legend about this Golu doll set

Renuka, a mother of five sons, lost her power to collect water in unbaked pots due to seeing Gandharva spirits at the river. She returned home empty-handed and was cursed by her husband, Jamadagni. After being cursed by her husband, Renuka went to the forest. After a few days, she visited her husband. Jamadagni ordered his sons to punish Renuka. Four of them refused, so Jamadagni turned them into ashes. Parashurama, the fifth son, punished his mother. After a boon, Jamadagni offered a boon, and Parashurama asked for Renuka and his brothers to be resurrected. Renuka's spirit multiplied and spread to different regions, restoring her and inspiring her sons to become her followers and worship her.