Celebrating Navratri and arranging golu during it has been a tradition passed on by my mother-in-law to us. The first set of dolls were actually the ones borrowed from her vast collection and since I make sure that we do our best to set up a beautiful, colorful golu. Our golu comprises a wide range of handmade dolls made with a lot of effort and intricate details like Ma Yashoda and little Krishna, saree seller, bangle seller, and other paper crafts. The steps include Dashavathara of Vishnu, a Wedding Set, everyday scenes in our daily life like grocery sellers, and a mini kitchen set. On one side, we have Brindavan with multiple dolls of Krishna. On the other, we have a village with mud houses and ancient utensils along with a beach and a park on the other side.