Krishna On Top Of Naga - Kondapalli Bommalu

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With india’s rich heritage in mythologies,kondapalli artisans never fell short of themes for their toy making.This toy made by kondapalli artisans illustrates one of its kind when Krishna overcomes Kaliya the dreaded, multi-hooded snake in the River Yamuna and begins to dance on its several hoods. When the heels of Krishna strike the hoods, some break off and then get replaced by new ones. All the while Krishna keeps playing his sweet flute.

  • Handmade by Kondapalli Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
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With india’s rich heritage in mythologies,kondapalli artisans never fell short of themes for their toy making.This toy made by kondapalli artisans illustrates one of its kind when Krishna overcomes Kaliya the dreaded, multi-hooded snake in the River Yamuna and begins to dance on its several hoods. When the heels of Krishna strike the hoods, some break off and then get replaced by new ones. All the while Krishna keeps playing his sweet flute.

Snake Kaliya with its numerous hoods symbolises the numerous desires we have. When one desire gets fulfilled, another arises, like the new hoods of Kaliya. The hoods keep breaking and forming, but Krishna is unperturbed. He keeps playing His flute, denoting the power of discrimination, of wisdom, of the focus on the bliss of Self.

Kondapalli artisans always tried to communicate these kind of beautiful messages through their inherited art of toy making and artsytribe always extended its support to these artisans by carrying forward their works to far as possible.