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Kripa L

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The South Indian Navaratri tradition of Bommai Golu has families, religious institutions and societies setting up a decorated display of figurines on a small makeshift staircase covered with decorative clothes.

Our ancestors are originally from Tamil Nadu, and they usually say, “We have had golu in our home from my childhood, but for the past 10 years, it’s been getting bigger with every year. People’s interest in golu is increasing as it’s fun to do as a family tradition and at my residence, and we're quite passionate about golu like me.


The dolls were sourced from Thanjavur, Coimbatore, Vilacheri and the like.” Golu means ‘Divine Presence in Tamil.’

Golu dolls on the traditional South Indian wedding.
Many like to take colourful videos of these, put them as status and make memories. Here we have dolls on Krishna and his Leela.

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