We are navaratri golu dolls manufactures from chennai tamilnaud india, Bommai Kolu in Tamil means Divine Presence. Navarathri is one of the very important festivals of our country. Nava or Navam means number 9 and Rathri is night. The word Navarathri thus means Nine Nights that are considered very auspicious and are celebrated as such.
The festival ends on the tenth day, known as Vijayadasami or Dussera, which symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Though there are Navarathri’s in all the seasons, it is the Autumn Navarathri which is very widely celebrated as the Navarathri festival. It falls in the bright fortnight of the month of Ashwin or Purattasi, that corresponds to September-October.
Predominantly, it is mother Goddess Durga and her different forms, who are worshipped during the occasion. Bommala Koluvu in Telugu means Court of Toys and Bombe Habba means Doll Festival, is part of Dasara festival where young girls and women display dolls, figurine, court life, everyday scenes along with the divine presence of the Goddesses Saraswati, Parvati and Laxmi in the Tamil, Kannada and Andhra Telugu households during Navaratri or The Nine nights. Arts and Handicrafts (https://www.artsandhandicrafts.in) offers huge varieties of golu dolls including Epic Story dolls, God and goddess statues, Historical myths, Scenes from life of krishna, story telling dolls made in Clay, Terracotta, Paper Mache, Wood and Marble Dust also. We Also Offers Kondapalli Wooden dolls and Krishna Nagar Dolls in Very Lowest price in the Market. A New set of golu dolls is introduced every year as people like to setup theme based golu dolls in their house holds kolu dolls.
Navarathri Festival Season 2019
When does Navarathri fall in 2019? In the year 2019, Navarathri is scheduled to be celebrated from Sunday, 29 September to 7 October, Monday. How is Navarathri celebrated? Though Navarathri is celebrated throughout the country, different regions follow different customs and observe different practices. The south invokes the mother Goddess during the festival, worshipping her as Durga on the first three days, Lakshmi on the next three and as Saraswathi, on the last three days. Many people in the states of Andra, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamilnadu set up beautiful arrangements of dolls known as Golu at home and celebrate the festive occasion with friends and relatives. Many observe fast during the day and undertake intense worship during the evening, and follow it up with socializing and feasts.
Celebration of navaratri
The celebrations in the western parts are more vibrant. People in the states of Gujarat and Maharashta, and in the city of Mumbai, wear colourful clothes and costumes, and indulge merrily in doing traditional dances, like Dandiya Raas and Garba, in the evening and night. Tradition often gives way to modernity too, as many young men and women break into dances, to the beats of drums, and film and pop music. Ramlila remains the main theme of the Navarathri celebrations in North, where episodes from the epic Ramayan are staged in many places.