HANDMADE Dashavatar set is made by Tamilnadu artisans. The 10 avatars of Hindu god Vishnu is beautifully handcrafted and made of papier mache. This not a clay golu doll set. The Dashavatara are the ten primary avatars of Vishnu, a principal Hindu god. Vishnu is said to descend in the form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. The word Dashavatara derives from daśa, meaning “ten”, and avatāra, roughly equivalent to “incarnation”. The DASVATARAM storyset revolves around the portrayal of the ten different avatars of Lord Vishnu namely Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parashurama, Rama, Krishna, Balarama and Kalki. Here in Breeze Handicrafts two different sizes of sets are displayed. About Golu: Golu is the festive display of dolls and figurines in South India during the autumn festive season, particularly around the multiday Navaratri (Dussehra, Dasara) festival of Hinduism. They are also known as Kolu, Gombe Habba, Bommai Kolu or Bommala Koluvu. Each displayed item in a Golu display is sometimes called Golu doll. These are typically made by rural artisans from clay and wooden materials and now a days in paper mache then brightly painted. They are generally arranged in an odd number of padis (tiers) to tell a story. Navratri golu festival is celebrated for 9 days. On the 9th day Saraswati Puja, special pujas are offered to goddess Saraswati, the divine source of wisdom and enlightenment. The 10th day, Vijayadasami, is the most auspicious day of all. It was the day on which evil was finally destroyed by good. It marks a new and prosperous beginning. Navarathri golu dolls display on golu stand include Tanjore dancing doll, ramar set, perumal set, kalyana set, Andal, lord Muruga, Ashtalakshmi set, Chettiar thatha patti, chettiar grandma grandpa set, Raja rani set, dasavatharam set Goddess Durga and many. You can get golu dolls online through amazon from our Breeze Handicrafts store.