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Marapachi Bommai Pair | Wooden Statue/ Marapachi Doll for Home Decor

Original price Rs. 850.00 - Original price Rs. 1,600.00
Original price
Rs. 1,400.00
Rs. 850.00 - Rs. 1,600.00
Current price Rs. 1,400.00
Size: 11 Inch
SKU 645510
Width Height Depth Weight

3.5 in

11 in

1.5 in

0.665 kg

Width Height Depth Weight

3.5 in

13 in

1.75 in

0.975 kg

Width Height Depth Weight

3 in

7 in

1 in

0.16 kg

Width Height Depth Weight

2.75 in

8 in

1 in

0.26 kg

Width Height Depth Weight

3.25 in

9 in

1.25 in

0.315 kg

• The most significant component of the Navarathri Golu decorations is this pair of Wooden Marapachi dolls, which represent Sri Venkateshwara and Lakshmi, his bride.
• Rosewood was initially used to craft the Marapachis. This could resemble a male and female deity, such as Ram Parivar or Ganesha, among others.
• It is also customary to worship the Marapachi, which has deity-like characteristics.
• The paste of the marapachi is also administered to the forehead of young children when they are sick with a cold or fever by pressing it on the grinding stone.
• The parents of the newlyweds gave them Marapachi Bommai. Marapachi dolls are thought to have originated in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
• Since these traditional dolls are said to bring luck, you may also utilize them as house decor.
• The dolls are usually dressed in traditional attire, with the female doll wearing a saree and the male doll wearing a dhoti. They are often adorned with jewelry and accessories, further enhancing their beauty.
• During Navaratri, the Marapachi Bommai Set is displayed on the Golu steps, representing the divine energy of the feminine and the celebration of marriage and family.
• These dolls evoke a sense of nostalgia and tradition, reminding us of the cultural heritage and values they represent.
• By including the Marapachi Bommai Set in your Golu display or gifting it to a newlywed couple, you honor the customs and traditions of South India and celebrate the beauty of love, unity, and prosperity.