Radha Krishna Swing - Kondapalli Toys

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Kondapalli Bommalu

Wearing a peacock feather in his hair, the young God Krishna watches over the humble people of Vrindavan alongside his beloved Radha. Tales of Krishna's playfulness and joyous aura echo throughout the nation. Taking scintillating themes as such, the revered toymaking community of Kondapalli graces the modernising India with authentic handmade art, a rare commodity of value in present times.

  • Handmade by Kondapalli Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
  • Cash-on-delivery payment option available
  • Delivered within 7-days of online purchase
  • Free shipping for purchases above Rs.1500

Rs. 950.00
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Rs. 950.00

Wearing a peacock feather in his hair, the young God Krishna watches over the humble people of Vrindavan alongside his beloved Radha. Tales of Krishna's playfulness and joyous aura echo throughout the nation. Taking scintillating themes as such, the revered toymaking community of Kondapalli graces the modernising India with authentic handmade art, a rare commodity of value in present times.

Radha and Krishna swinging under the tree is a theme of utmost significance in the cultural realm of art, reminding every art enthusiast to take pride in their ancestral heritage. The Kondapalli artisan does a brilliant job at portraying the serenity of Radha and Krishna. The artisan's tasteful choice of colour shines through the piece, making it a paragon of artistic distinction. The artisan painstakingly carves the wood into a perfectly symmetric design, elevating the grandness of the decorated swing. This intricate detail accentuates both the skill and the imagination of the artist.

Handicrafts of cultural context are often welcomed to join the procession of wooden masterpieces around the time of Sankranti. The Bommala Koluvu is a must-see to appreciate the aesthetic and practical relevance of Indian handicraft in changing times. The toy's unique use of colour and form makes it desirable as home decor and for gifting. Like the persistent tales of Krishna's youth, we at Artsytribe are rooting for recognition to find the relentless artisans of Kondapalli.