Exhibition of Clay Dolls begins at Kochi

The women’s wing of the Kerala Brahmana Sabha, Ernakulam Unit is organizing an exhibition-cum-sale of clay dolls meant for the ‘Bommai Kolu’ as a precursor for the upcoming Navarathri. This exhibition showcases clay dolls of various deities meant for traditional ‘Bommai Kolu’ displays which accompany Navarathri celebrations at Brahmin houses. Apart from the traditional clay dolls of deities, other clay and Plaster-Of –Paris sculptures and decorative figurines are also showcased and sold. These dolls and figurines are brought from Bunrotti, Velacheri and Madurai in Tamil Nadu. This year, the exhibition contains more than 270 varieties of clay dolls and figurines worth a total of Rs 3 lakhs.

The details of this exhibition are:

Venue: Gramajana Samooham Hall, Ernakulam Temple Premises, Kochi.

Date: This exhibition is open for a fortnight (begun from Monday; 19th September).

Time: 3pm to 8 pm.