Lord Balaji Padmavathi Wooden Handicraft - Kondapalli Bommalu

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Kondapalli Bommalu

The artistic composition of this Kondapalli toy brings out the designer's brilliance in the exercising of symmetry and colour. Lord Balaji is distinguished with a white and red 'Naamam' on his forehead and carrying the 'Sanku' and 'Chakra'. India's history in idol handicrafts goes way back into the Vedic times. Such cultural significance is deeply appreciated during the Bommala Koluvu ceremony held in January around the time of Sankranti. The Kondapalli Toy artisan's choice of vivid colour elevates the entire piece to a state of rigour. 

  • Handmade by Kondapalli Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
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Rs. 1,299.00

This Kondapalli handicraft is an elaborate work of art of Lord Balaji or Venkateshwara. Revered all across India with different names such as Govinda, Srinivasa and Venkataramana, this Kondapalli handicraft is a direct representation of Lord Balaji and his consort Padmavati. 


The artistic composition of this Kondapalli toy brings out the designer's brilliance in the exercising of symmetry and colour. Lord Balaji is distinguished with a white and red 'Naamam' on his forehead and carrying the 'Sanku' and 'Chakra'. India's history in idol handicrafts goes way back into the Vedic times. Such cultural significance is deeply appreciated during the Bommala Koluvu ceremony held in January around the time of Sankranti. The Kondapalli artisan's choice of vivid colour elevates the entire piece to a state of rigour. 


This Kondapalli toy makes for the perfect gift during ceremonies of any kind, a gesture that conveys the spirit of handicraft and devotion. The artisans of Kondapalli carry the immense responsibility of carrying forth a legacy that is six centuries old. We, as a nation, share this responsibility of reviving the ancient art of Kondapalli back on its feet.