Vasudev Krishna - Kondapalli Toys

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Mythologies and Indian folklore have always enthused Kondapalli artisans in their art of toy making and this time it was the story that was associated with Krishna’s birth was chosen as their toy making theme.the narration is that devaki and vasudeva’s eighth child, Krishna was destined to be destroyer of evil.this made devaki’s brother Kamsa very nervous and had thrown Devaki and Vasudev into prison and killed all the seven children born to them.However on the night of Krishna’s birth,as soon as Krishna was born,a bright light filled the prison and Vasudeva was woken up by a divine voice that guided him to take Krishna across the Yamuna and leave him at a safe place.

  • 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.2500
  • Disclaimer: Since each toy is handmade and unique, no two toys are perfectly identical. Colours may differ according to the product.

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Mythologies and Indian folklore have always enthused Kondapalli artisans in their art of toy making and this time it was the story that was associated with Krishna’s birth was chosen as their toy making theme.the narration is that devaki and vasudeva’s eighth child, Krishna was destined to be destroyer of evil.this made devaki’s brother Kamsa very nervous and had thrown Devaki and Vasudev into prison and killed all the seven children born to them.However on the night of Krishna’s birth,as soon as Krishna was born,a bright light filled the prison and Vasudeva was woken up by a divine voice that guided him to take Krishna across the Yamuna and leave him at a safe place.This is well represented in this Vasudev toy made by Kondapalli artisans using a locally available wood called puniki and using Ecofriendly colours.

Kondapalli toys are colourful,handcrafted and have been around for over five centuries.The toy makers migrated from Rajasthan around 16th century,bringing their toy craft to Kondapalli.