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Ulagalantha Perumal Clay Golu Bommai - 8 x 5 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe/Bommai

Original price Rs. 450.00 - Original price Rs. 450.00
Original price
Rs. 450.00
Rs. 450.00 - Rs. 450.00
Current price Rs. 450.00
SKU 6926274

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Width Height Depth Material Weight

5 in

8 in

3 in

Clay

0.925 kg

•Golu is a doll and figurine festival held in South India during Navaratri and Dussehra. It is a set of steps decorated with bommais (dolls) of all shapes and sizes to tell a story about a Hindu or secular cultural issue.
• To enhance the detailing of the golu, add an Ulagalantha Perumal golu doll to your golu padi.
•An important Hindu Deity known as Lord Vishnu, Ulagalantha Perumal, also goes by the name Trivikrama Perumal. A literal translation of the term "Ulagalantha Perumal" is "the Lord who measured the universe.
•"Ulagalantha Perumal is connected to Lord Vishnu's Vamana avatar. To save the Gods and reinstate cosmic order, Lord Vishnu assumed the shape of a compact Brahmin called Vamana during this specific incarnation.
•According to legend, the demon king Mahabali amassed enormous power and dominated the cosmos. Lord Vishnu made the decision to become involved in resisting his rule. He went to Mahabali, who was renowned for his kindness, and requested a blessing for three steps of land.
•Mahabali granted the request, disregarding the omnipotence of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu suddenly changed into a huge figure, expanding in size to engulf the entire cosmos in only two steps. Mahabali provided his own head as a platform for Lord Vishnu to lay his foot on because there was no room left for the third step. By doing this, Lord Vishnu was able to defeat the demon king.
•Lord Vishnu is frequently shown as being enormous in Ulagalantha Perumal, with one foot elevated high above and resting on Mahabali's head. He is shown as having four arms, grasping a variety of objects, and wearing royal regalia.
•Many people venerate and adore Ulagalantha Perumal, especially in South India. He has several temples, including the Varadaraja Perumal Temple at Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, which prominently displays Ulagalantha Perumal.
• The unique Ulagalantha Perumal golu bommai is fully made up of clay with vibrating colours.
•Decorate your Kolu Padi with this unique collection of Dassara dolls for Navarathri from Giri. An ideal present for festivals like Navaratri, Diwali, and housewarming.
•During Navaratri, people visit each other's homes to see the Golu display and offer prayers. It is considered an auspicious time to seek blessings from the Divine and to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
•This set stands apart from the usual kolu bommai set because it is painted in vivid, rich colors with a different composition and definition.