“Bommai Golu”- Navarathri

C H A R M of G-O-L-U, the Tamil Navratri festival.

bommai golu navarathri


Golu (Bommai Golu), quite literally, is the festival of dolls. In the 9 days of Navratri, households are decorated with a variety of dolls that are neatly arranged and placed in steps (called padi). The number of steps is usually an odd number—3, 5 or 7—depending on one’s capacity, interest and the number of dolls available. The collection of dolls comprise mostly of idols of different gods, depending on one’s faith and upbringing, along with miniature dolls of birds, animals, people, fruits, vegetables and lots of other everyday objects. What is most interesting is to note the similarities and differences in the collection of dolls across households, across families.

Bommai Kollu….

A kalyanam mandapam.. The bride, groom, vadiyar (pundit), instrument players and relatives of bride and groom

Beautifull dolls…

.….Bride and Groom; traditional, customary dressing..

Chetti-chettiyar, another traditional favourite and a MUST in every golu…

….. Dasha mahavidyas

….. Dasha Avtaara(vishnu)

Village…temple,garden, people…


Tradesman(Chettitar & Chettichi) selling their wares

Varieties of gods & Goddesses

Radhe Krishna


Marapachhi(customary gift to newly married bride)


Thanjavur Thalaiyatti Bommai and Chettiyaar Dhampatti(My favourite!)

Marrapachhi(wooden Dolls)

Marapachi dolls.
every household follows a particular tradition that has been a trademark for the family since its ancestral days. For instance, at our home, the marapachi bommai is the first doll that is kept to inaugurate Golu.
Marapachi basically comprises of two wooden dolls—one a man, the other a woman, who are decorated with fancy clothing and beads and accessories. It is considered auspicious to start by displaying a traditional marital couple. Of course, this is so because marriage continues to occupy the highest position in the societal ladder.

‘Kalasam’, with its coconut head and a necklace made of mango leaves.

… a kalasam. It consists of a vase, usually made of silver or brass, in which rice, turmeric and tohar dal is put, along with a one-rupee coin. The kalasam is complete once it’s headed with a coconut and mango leaves are stuck around the mouth of the vase.
Significantly, the patriarchal set-up is manifested and perpetuated by carrying these traditions forward, wherein the husband’s familial lineage is ensured a continuum.
Again, objects of significance and high auspicious value like rice and turmeric are traditionally associated with a married woman, called a ‘sumangli’ and granted an extremely respectable position.

A mini teppakulam (meaning pond) re-created using mud and water, with coriander, fenugreek (methi) and mustard seeds sprinkled on top. In a span of ten days, the plants shoot up to a height of 2 feet.

Stories are narrated of each bommai(doll), I wonder if people of my generation are even aware of them.
“There’s a lesson to learn from each doll…For one, who listens patiently.”

…..That’s ’Golu’ at my residence….(3-steps)

what Golu means, its significance, why we take the pains of decorating the house with dolls and idols. There is an explanation for every step during nine days, the first three are devoted to Shakti (Durga, Kali, Ambal), the next three to Lakshmi (wealth) and the last three to Saraswati (education). It is the amalgamation of all these three that brings prosperity…..BOMMAI(toys) GOLU(arranged in steps)….

All relatives and friends are welcome to visit anytime and take their prasadam and additional gift which is offered.

Thamboolam “Dates Laddu”

….prasadam; Offerings to the Goddess.

rice varieties or payasam(sweet porridge) on each day of navratri for neivedhyam(offerings) shared with our guests who come and vist our Golu and get thamboolam(respects) from us… sundal varieties, traditionally prepared during these 9days(Navratri) are Chickpeas, channadal(bengal gram), peanut(groundnut) , moongdal (lentils), Green gram dal, karamani (cowpeas), mochai (Field beans), Dry Green peas & Sweet Corn and Navratna sundal.


Colours to Wear during these 9 days… The devotees appease her by wearing different colours associated with the various forms/avataras of Devi…
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COLOURS associated with DEVI, this Year(2017)

Day 1, Yellow:
On day first of Navratri, Chandraghanta or the Goddess with a half moon on her forehead, is worshipped. She is the symbol of peace, beauty, and bravery. The colour is yellow and apt indeed! Nothing lights up hearts like a bright shade of yellow.
Day 2, Green:
Kushmanda is the form of Durga worshipped on the second day of Navratri. As per mythology, she is believed to be the creator of the entire world and all through laughter! The green depicts the rich vegetation and plant cover which the Goddess bestowed on Earth.
Day 3, Grey:
The Skandamata form of Durga Ma, who is believed to be the one who demolished the demons, is worshipped on Day third. With little Karthik, her son, in her arms, the grey symbolises the strength yet vulnerability of a mother. She can become a mighty storm cloud to protect her children, if need be!
Day 4, Orange:
This is the day when Durga Puja kicks off with full fervour in West Bengal and several other parts of India. Shashti is the start of four days of festivities for Bengalis the world over. The Katyayani form of Ma Durga is worshipped today. The story goes that a sage named Kata wished to have the Goddess in the form of his own daughter. She was born to him dressed in orange – the colour of courage.
Day 5, White:
On Saptami, the Kaalratri form of Durga Ma is worshipped. She is the protector from all sorts of trouble and is said to bring freedom to devotees. The white embodies prayer and protection, which the Goddess always extends to worshippers.
Day 6, Red:
On the sixth day of Navratri, Shailaputri Maa is worshipped, and her idol is donned with a bright red color saree. She is the first form of Goddess Durga – the daughter of the mountains. On this day, the Ghatsthapana or the installation of earthen pot is also done. To kickstart the festivity, the colour is red, depicting action, vigour and warmth. !
Day 7, Royal Blue:
The seventh form of Goddess Durga is Bharamacharini or the epitome of power, prosperity and grace. The colour of the day is royal blue like the peacock, symbolizing a sense of calm which is quietly powerful.
Day 8, Pink:
On Ashtami, Maha Gauri is worshipped as the symbol of forgiveness and mercy. She destroys all the sins of time. Hence the pink, denoting hope and fresh beginnings.
Day 9, Sky Blue/Purple:
On the last day of Navratri, the Siddidatri form of the Goddess is worshipped. Maha Navami Puja as well as Kanya Puja is performed on this day. The blue synmbolises a crisp, clear sky that has healing powers. It also stands for the wonder of nature, which all of must endeavour to incorporate in life.
Now that you know the Navratri days colours for nine days, get started already. This is the festival of new beginnings, of hope, faith and love !

Entertaining OUR SPECIAL GODDESS…..Dance!

Garba is a form of dance derived from Sanskrit term Garbha (“womb”).It means Deep (“a small earthenware lamp”). Traditionally, the dance is performed around a clay lantern with a light inside, called a Garbha Deep (“womb lamp”). This lantern represents life, and the fetus in the womb in particular. The dancers thus honor Durga, the feminine form of divinity. Garba is performed in a circle as a symbol of the Hindu view of time. As the cycle of time revolves, from birth, to life, to death and again to rebirth, the only thing that is constant is the Goddess, that one unmoving symbol in the midst of all of this unending and infinite movement. Garba is danced around this symbol to honor the fact that all humans have the Divine energy of Devi within them. Garba is now appreciated worldwide.

Watch and enjoy GARBO, entertaining the GODDESS…

COME, let us sing in praise for ‘HER’…. “JAGADODARINI”

Vadanasmara mangalya gruhatorana chillika
Vaktra lakshmi parivaha chalan minabha lochana.
* Whose face, the auspicious home of Karma (Cupid), has eyebrows that resemble archways leading to that abode of beauty.
* Whose eyes move like fish in the streams of beauty flowing from Her face.

Navachampaka pushpabha nasadanda virajita
Tarakanti tiraskari nasabharana bhavana
* Whose shapely nose is like a freshly blown Champaka bud.
* With a nasal ornament set with a jewel that excels the brilliance of the planet Venus.

Kadamba manjari klupta karnapura manohara
Tatanka yugalibhuta tapanodupa mandala.
* Who is radiant and charming with a bunch of Kadamba flowers over her ears.
* Who has the orbs of the Sun and Moon as Her pair of ear pendants.

Padmaraga shiladarsha paribhavi kapolabhuh
Navavidruma bimbashri nyakkari radanachhada .
* Whose cheeks are far fairer than mirrors of ruby (Padmaraga)
* Whose lips outshine the redness of fresh coral and bimba fruit.

Shuddha vidyankurakara dvijapankti dvayojjvala
Karpura vitikamoda samakarshi digantara.
* Whose beauty is enhanced by her rows of teeth that resemble sprouting of pure Knowledge (Suddha Vidya/Sri – Vidya).
* The fragrance of the camphor limbedded betel roll in whose mouth is spreading in all directions.

Sri Mata(mother). Sri represents the highest form of motherhood. Lalitambika has the capacity to remove sorrows and miseries of Her children(living beings). She is the Creator, sustainer and also the dissolver. Samsara is called an ocean,difficult to swim against. These currents is the product of sense organs. These sense organs in turn influence the mind causing desires. ‘SriSaktimahimaStotram’ verses in Her praise starts with complete surrender by Durvasa *”Oh! Mata! The Supreme compassionate! I had born to a number of mothers. In future also, I may be born to a number of mothers. My mothers are countless, as I had different mothers for my different births. I am so scared to be born again and to undergo the associated sufferings.
Oh! Mata! I am surrendering to you. Please give me relief from my future births.”

Sri, denotes greatness.

Beautiful ‘SRI’

कां सोस्मितां हिरण्यप्राकारामार्द्रां ज्वलन्तीं तृप्तां तर्पयन्तीम् ।
पद्मे स्थितां पद्मवर्णां तामिहोपह्वये श्रियम् ॥ ४ ॥
…welcome the pleasantly smiling, the kind-hearted Sri who is of the nature of Brahman; glowing like burnished gold; of beautiful lotus-complexion; and, seated on lotus. She is easily pleased; and, she readily fulfils the desires of her devotees.
The devotee is preparing to welcome Sri.

The mantra, refers to Sri’s association with gold (hiranya prákárám) and the lotus (Padme sthitám padma-varnám). Sri is the bright, joyful consciousness residing in the heart-lotus (hrudaya-kamala) of all beings.

* Lakshmi’s association with gold that shines signifies her purity (pavitram vai hiranyam) and her brilliance.
* Padma, the lotus, is the primary symbol h of Sri. Padma symbolizes several adorable virtues: purity, beauty, the very essence of life, spiritual power, fertility and growth… auspiciousness. Sri is Padmini ( holding a lotus)pushkarini (pushkara means lotus). Her complexion glows like lotus (padma-varna).
‘Kam’ in the shlokas has special mention. – Ka, indicates the form-less Brahman (ka iti Brahmano naama), suggesting SRI is indeed the principle (tattva) that is beyond intellect and is at the root of all existence.
-Ka is also the first letter in the fifteen-lettered (pancha-dashi) mantra of the Sri Vidya tradition. It means the principle from which everything arises; for illumination (Kan dipatu) or the principle of consciousness (buddhi) in beings; and, also for the symbol of Self.
-The fifteen lettered (panch-dasha-akshari) mantra i the verbal form of the Devi. But, it is implicit or hidden. when the sixteenth syllable ‘Shrim’ is included; the mantra becomes explicit. Shrim is regarded the own form of the Mother Goddess.. celebrated as Sri-vidya. .
– She manifests the un-manifest… Prakrti.
-The auspicious Sri (Shrim) is Saguna Brahman, the absolute principle.
* The term ‘ardra’ (wet/moist) followed by jwalantim, indicates the flowing grace; the easily-moved, kind and considerate nature of Sri Devi who is the very embodiment of compassion ( Daya-shataka), jwalantim, the radiant nature of Sri who resides as the inner light (jyothi swarupam) at the core of the consciousness of all beings (mula-prakrti). She is the inner energy sparkling (tasya bhasa sarva idam vibhati).
…the spontaneous flow of Devils grace, compassion (ardra) enlightens (jwalantim) the consciousness of the devotees. .
* Dhyana-sloka of the mantra describes Sri as the bright, beautiful goddess of golden complexion; her face aglow with tender smile; seated on a lotus; and holding a book, a parrot that speaks; she is goddess of speech (vac–rupa-sri) and learning(vidya-rupa-sri)
*Om namo sarasvata-siddhi swarupini * (the attainment of true knowledge)

Sri pancham
Sri Puram (place She dwells),
Sri Chakra (place with guards), Sri Vidya (the ritual worship),
Sri Suktam ( in praise of Her)
Sri Guru (spiritual teacher). .
Sri means Veda-s, originated from Brahman. Lalitambigai is the Brahman.
By repetition of Namasmarnam, lies Moksha in Kaliyuga.
-To a thousand names of Vishnu a single name of Shiva is preferred.
-To a thousand names of Shiva a single name of Devi preferred .
The Divine Mother(Kundalini) is sleeping/dormant within jivas – the All-merciful, all-powerful, omnipresent sum total of the energy in the Universe.
-Every manifestation of power in the universe is Mother. She is Life, Intelligence, Love. in the universe, yet separate from it. She is time, space and causation…Brahman which depicts the conditioned and the unconditioned nature.
“The Goddess is the great Sakti. She is Maya, producing the samsara. As the Lord of Maya she is Mahamaya. Devi is avidya as she binds, and vidya as she liberates and destroys the samsara. She is praktri. Even before creation, she is Adya Sakti. Devi is the Vacaka Sakti, the manifestation of Cit in Praktri, and the Vicya Sakti or Cit itself.”

“O Goddess, who removes the suffering of Your supplicants, be gracious!
Be gracious, O Mother of the whole world!
Be gracious, O Queen of the universe; Safeguard the universe!
You, O Goddess, are Queen of all that is movable and unmovable!
You alone has become the support of the world,
Because You do subsist in the form of Earth!
By You, who exists in the form of water, all this universe is filled,
O You inviolable in Your valor; You are the Gem of the universe,
You are Illusion sublime! All this world has been bewitched, O Goddess;
You indeed when attained,
Are the cause of the final emancipation from existence on Earth!…
O Goddess, be gracious!
Protect us wholly from fear of our foes perpetually,
As You have at this very time saved us promptly by the slaughter of the demons!
And You bring quickly to rest the sins of all the worlds,
And the great calamities which have sprung, from the maturing of portents!
To us who are prostrate be You gracious,
O Goddess, who takes away affliction from the universe!
O You worthy of praise from the dwellers of the three worlds,
Bestow Your boons on this world!
_()_ jagado jagatdharini namo
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Among the several names of the goddess Parvathy one of the most important is “Tripurasundari”. This means the prettiest woman of the three worlds. It is also possible that she is called Tripurasundari because she is the consort of Lord Shiva who is called Tripura because he contains within himself all the three forms of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.)


Tripurasundari Suprabatham
(Wishes for a good morning to the beauty of Tripura)

1.Om uthishtothishta deva devesi , uthishta Shiva Sundari,
Uthishta Sri Maharajni, trilokyam mangalam kuru.

Om Goddess of goddesses , be pleased to wake up,
Please wake up the pretty one of Lord Shiva,
Please wake up oh greatest queen,
And make the three worlds auspicious.

2.Neerajananena Jagad easwari bhaktha sanghai,
Neerajyase Bhuvana mangala sidhi hetho,
Bhakthya prabatha samaye saha vadhya ghoshai,
Samsthooyase jaheehi kaithava yoga nidhraam.

Oh goddess of the universe, Oh cause auspiciousness of the world,
The group of your devotees along with devotion accompanied by sound of music,
Are praying you to come out of your deep yoga penance,
For offering you worship with lighted lamp and be kind enough accept it.

3.Nidhraa na they trijagadeeswari Vishnu maaye,
Srushti sthithi pralaya kelishu samsthithaaya,
Manmoha paasa nigadasya vimokshanaaya,
Samprarthyase Janani, mangala sookthibisthwam.

Oh Goddess of the three worlds, Oh illusion of Lord Vishnu,
When you are engaged in the play of creation, upkeep and destruction
Yours is not a sleep and so after offering auspicious prayers,
Oh mother , we request you for freedom from the attachment created by the mind.

4.Kalyana saila nilaye , karunarnave sri,
Kameswaranga nihithe, Kali dosha hanthri,
Kalambudhabha kacha bandha bare maogne,
Sriman maha Tripura sundari Suprabatham.

Oh Goddess who lives on the auspicious mountain who is merciful,
Oh Goddess who shares the body of Lord Shiva who destroys the evils of Kali age,
Oh Goddess who has the hair of the colour of black cloud and steals our mind.,
A very good morning to you , Oh Pretty one of Tripura.

5.Yenanga kanda yutha rathna lasad kireete,
Sonachalesa Saha dharmini Bana hasthe,
Veena dharena muninaa parigeeyamane,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham.

Oh Goddess who is a part of the body of Lord Shiva who wears gem studded crown,
Oh Consort of Lord Shiva of the red mountain(thiruvannamalai) who holds the arrow,
Oh Goddess who holds the Veena and is perambulated by sages,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

6.Esana mukhya sura mouli lasad padabhje,
Srimath sada shiva maha phala kadaya manche,
Eesad smithena vikasath sumanoharasthe,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess whose feet is touched by the shining crowns of devas of Lord Shiva,
Oh Goddess who lies down on greatly beneficial cot of Sadashiva,
Oh Goddess with a pretty smile and steals the mind,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

7.Lajjanathena nayanena vilokamaane,
Trilokya sundara thanum para snambunadham,
Mandasmithollasitha charu mukharavinde,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess who is seen by the shy eyes of devotees,
Oh Goddess who has a body which is prettiest in the three worlds and is the consort of Lord Shiva,
Oh Goddess whose lotus like face is made more pretty by the slow smile and great joy,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

8.Hreemkara jaapa suhithe hrudayambujasthe,
Haardandakara vinihanthri harith patheedye,
Haryaksha vahini halayudha sevithangre,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess who is pleased by sound Hreem and who is in the lotus of my heart,
Oh Goddess who defeats darkness and eagerly looks for her husband,
Oh Goddess who rides on a lion and who is served by the plough weapon,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

9.Hasthena devi phani pasa madekshu chapa,
Pushpasthra mangusa varam sathatham dadhaane,
Hemadri thunga thara srunga kruthadhi vaase,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess holding in her hand snake , rope , bow made of cane,
Arrow made of flower and goad and who gives boons always,
Oh Goddess who lives on the chief peak of the golden mountain,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

10.Sarva aagamo upashadheedya maha prabhaave,
Saamabhi gana vinuthe, saraseeruhakshi,
Sacchid sukhaika rasike, sakaleshta dhathri,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh powerful Goddess who is worshiped by all holy books and Upanishads,
Oh Goddess who likes to hear song of Sama veda and who has lotus flower like eyes,
Oh Goddess who enjoys the divine joy and one who fulfills all wishes,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

11.Kalyana dathri kamaneeya gunarnave sri,
Kanmasha pada pari poojitha pada padme,
Kaivalyadhe, kali malapaha chidswaroope,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess who grants auspiciousness and is the one who is blessed with pretty character,
Oh Goddess whose lotus feet were worshiped by sages like Kanmasha Pada,
Oh Goddess who is salvation and has a divine form that removes the evil of Kali age,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

12.Hathwa asurendra mathi bahu balaa valiptham,
Bandam prachanda samarodhatha matha sasthram,
Samrakshitha trijagathi tripuradhivaase,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh Goddess who killed the kings of Asuras by her great strength,
Oh Goddess who waged war using arrows against the very strong Prachanda,
Oh Goddess who lives in three cities and protects the three worlds,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura

13.Labdhum thava Tripurasundari sath kadaksham,
Karunya poorna mamaresa mukha digeesaa,
Kakshyanthamethya nivasanthi thava prabodhe,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

By getting your great side long glances, Oh pretty one of three cities,
Completely filled with mercy, Indra and the gods of different directions,
Are living in the places allotted to them by your grace,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

14.Hreemithya jasrama api they manumadharena,
Hruth pankaje anukalayan prajapami nithyam,
Harsha pradhe hrudaya santhamasapahanthri,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Those who praise you by the sound Hreem,
And keep you in their lotus of their mind are protected daily by you,
Oh goddess who makes others happy and remove sorrow from their mind,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

15.Sathyathmike, sakala loka hitha radhe Amba,
Sampathkari, kitamukhi parisevithangre,
Sarvaan avadhya charithe, Sukumara gathri,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

Oh goddess with truth as her soul,
Oh Mother who does good to all the world,
Oh Goddess whose story is told by all and one who has a pretty mien,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

16.Kaamohi they Ambha Karuna lava meva labhdhwa,
Pushpayudhopi bhavathi trijagad vijethaa,
Kamaswarena pari kamkshitha sath kadakshe,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham

It is my earnest desire that I get a little of your mercy,
You have won over all three worlds though you fight with flower as weapon,
And for your side long glances are always desired by Lord Parameshwara,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

17.Lajja pradhipangitha manu prathipadhya roope,
Leelaa vilokena visrushta Jagat sahasre,
Lavanya poorna vadane , lalithabhidhane,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham.

‘Mangalam’ Auspicious, beautiful Tripura;s…Lotus Feet ….Bless us…

Oh Goddess who as per imagination of humans has a form which is shy,
Oh Goddess who created thousands of worlds as matter of play,
Oh Goddess who has face full of prettiness and who can be easily appealed to,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

18.Hreenkara mantra nilaye , hrudhi bhavaneeye,
Hreemkara garbha manujaka sidhi dhathri,
Hreemkara mantra mahaneeya nija swaroope,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham.

Oh Goddess who is in chant Hreem and in thought process of mind,
Oh Goddess who grants occult powers to the man who has Hreem within him,
Oh Goddess who is the real great form of the chant , hreem,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

19.Sri Shankaracharya padhe, Shiva bagadheye,
Sri Kamaraja mahishi, sritha Kamadheno,
Sri sankarasya kula mangala Devathambha,
Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari suprabatham.

Oh Goddess who is worshiped by the words of Shankara and who owns a part of Lord Shiva.
Oh Goddess who is queen of Lord Shiva, who is the wish giving cow to devotees,
Oh Goddess who is the auspicious family mother Goddess of Adhi Sankara,
A very good morning to you , Oh pretty one of Tripura.

20.Sri Suprabatham hitha sthavamambikaya,
Bhakthya prabatha samaye bhuvi ye padanthi,
Sri mathra anugrahanirastha samastha khedhaa,
Sachith sukhatmaka padam pravisanthi sathyam.

This prayer wishing good morning to mother Parvathi is pleasing to her,
And the entire world reads it during the time of morning,
And by the blessing of the mother , all sorrows,
Would be converted in to pleasure, and this is the truth.

Let us Pray to HER ,JAGADODHARINI ….prostrate at Mother’s Lotus Feet

To her who is forever and fulfills wishes of devotees , daily auspiciousness
To her who is the truth and is blessed with all that is auspicious , All auspiciousness
To the mother of all the universes , a victorious auspiciousness
To the feet worshiped by Shankara and to the consort of Shiva, good auspiciousness
To her who is in Sri Chakra and to her who is the divine mother, victorious auspiciousness
To the great beauty of Tripura and to the consort of Shiva , good auspiciousness



_()_Sri Lalitha devi namo namaha.…

4 thoughts on ““Bommai Golu”- Navarathri”

  1. The physical existence of our world is brought with in the four walls as visualised by an individual or a family and displayed is golu. Your narration is as entertaining as the festival navaratri itself.

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