Golu is the festival exhibit of dolls and figurines in South Asian nations throughout the season of Autumn, uniquely during the time of Navaratri of Hinduism. These displays are typically specialized for narrating a legend from a Hindu text or a secular cultural issue.
Kumbhakarna, the Rakshasa and younger brother of Ravana within the celebrated Hindu legends in the events of Ramayana. Despite his gigantic size and nice appetency, he was described to be of good character and a great warrior in those times. He used to sleep for 6 months and used to be awake for another 6 months. This sleeping Kumbhakarna Golu doll set reminds us of the Hindu legends and the events of Ramayana. This set is beautifully made up of mud and clay. The artisans have used bright and glossy colors to give it an elegant and traditional look. These doll sets are fully handmade and are eco-friendly. This Golu doll set is most commonly used in temples and home for Golu doll decorations.