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Nava Durga Clay Golu Bommai Set - 9 x 6 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price Rs. 4,250.00 - Original price Rs. 4,250.00
Original price
Rs. 4,250.00
Rs. 4,250.00 - Rs. 4,250.00
Current price Rs. 4,250.00
SKU 6926262

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Width Height Depth Material Weight

6 in

9 in

3.5 in


13.545 kg

• Celebrate Navaratri in traditional South Indian style with the Nava Durga Golu Bommai Set. This exquisite collection of clay dolls, also known as Golu Bommai or Bomma, is crafted to adorn your home during the festive season.
• Each doll in the set represents a form of Goddess Durga, symbolizing her divine attributes and powers.
The set includes representations of the Nava Durga, comprising:
1. Shailaputri: The embodiment of strength and divine grace.
2. Brahmacharini: Symbolizing devotion and penance.
3. Chandraghanta: Known for her bravery and serenity.
4. Kushmanda: The creator of the universe and source of all energy.
5. Skandamata: Motherly love and nurturing care.
6. Katyayani: Fierce protector against evil forces.
7. Kaalratri: Represents the dark night of destruction and rebirth.
8. Mahagauri: Radiant and compassionate, symbolizing purity.
9. Siddhidatri: Bestower of mystic powers and spiritual blessings.
• Each doll is painted in vibrant colors, reflecting the rich traditions of South Indian craftsmanship. Display these beautiful Golu dolls on steps (padis) or shelves to create an auspicious ambiance during Navaratri, inviting blessings and prosperity into your home.
• Perfect for collectors and enthusiasts of Indian cultural art, the Nava Durga Clay Golu Bommai Set is a timeless addition to your festive decor, capturing the essence of devotion and reverence for Goddess Durga.