I have been keeping Golu for last 15 years in UK I have over 70 different types of dolls which are collected last 16 years. I keep it in the traditional method and theme that my grandmother followed. Its an important way to each our tradition, culture and religion to my children and they also eagerly participate in the arrangement / inviting/ visiting Golus. Every year I buy atleast 4 new dolls to add to my collections. So over the period the collection became huge (touchwood) that I dont have enough space in UK home to display all of them, so the dolls go on rotation each year except for few basic sets.
Every day 3 prasadams are offered to Goddess -Mixed rice, Payasam and Sundal. Also, I give thamboolam to alteast 1 lady / girl each day. Thankfully, Goddess has blessed me with good people around me so I manage to invite atleast 40/50 families each year and feed them with prasadam and they seek blessings with their slokham and singing.