Paper Mache Golu Dolls urchava perumal MURTI Set for bommala koluvu NAVARATHRI

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  • Hindu deity perumal alongwith sridevi and boodevi STATUE made of Paper mache.
  • Made in India product of utchava perumal is big size. Height of the perumal is 16 INCHES.
  • The religious golu idols are handmade and hand painted.
  • Paper mache golu dolls are durable and with qood quality, and light weight compared to clay dolls.
  • Uses: Home Decor,Display showpiece, Diwali Decoration, Navratri golu bommai, Durga Pooja, Dussehra Festival Gifts, dasara celebration doll
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Sri Venkatesa Perumal with Sri Devi and Budhevi Urchava Moorthy is made in paper mache. In Tamil, Perumal statue with Sridevi and budevi is called urchava perumal or uchava perumal. People used to call him as “Sridevi, Bhoodevi samedha Sri Varadharaja Perumal. In Hinduism, utsava murti, utsavar or uthsavar, is a form of a murti (icon) which represents a deity. The portable utsavar is employed in the tradition of temple processions, serving as a substitute for the central idol present in the temple shrine, called the mulavar. Our golu doll represents Utsavar of Perumal and His consorts. Perumal (Tamil: பெருமாள்) or Tirumal (Tamil: திருமால்) is a Hindu deity.He is a popular Hindu deity particularly among Tamils in Tamil Nadu and the Tamil diaspora, and in Vaishnava temples. One of the richest and largest Hindu temples complexes dedicated to Perumal is the Venkateshvara temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Other significant institutions include Srirangam’s Ranganathaswamy temple, Kanchipuram’s Varadaraja Perumal temple, and Thiruvananthapurum’s Padmanabhaswamy Perumal temple. 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 called Golu doll. The kolu dolls are typically made by rural artisans from clay and wooden materials and now a days in paper mache then brightly painted. Dolls for golu 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. Navarathri golu dolls display on golu stand include Tanjore dancing doll, ramar set, perumal set, kalyana set, Andal etc

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