Kondapalli Royal Maharaja Ambari
In past, Ambari is used by the king to venture his capacity as he is as effective as an elephant. They use these elephants for travel and grandstand their energy. Like this many toys/artworks are made by taking characters from various mythologies. This craftsmanship will be a piece of Bommala Koluvu amid the happy periods of Navaratri and Makara Sankranti and the workmanship handcraft distinctive characters from Indian Mythology like the country's way of life.
The constant works of Kondapalli toy artisans celebrate India's unparalleled utilization of color in each viewpoint of living. With intense expertise, the delicate locally plenteous wood known as Tella Poniki is changed into great wooden toysThe doodad comes from a community of conventional toymakers from the Andhra town of Kondapalli. This wooden toy is the result of broad workmanship, getting to be an amazing elective to the indifferent shapes that craftsmanship is taking nowadays. The artisan takes things to the following level with consider utilize of essential colors, including energy to any room it calls domestic.
Made out of locally available wood Perfectly safe for kids and others in the family.
No harmful chemicals
Utility:- Can gift someone on a birthday, house warming ceremony, decorate the living room, or make it a part of your showcase.
Weight: 500 gms
Product dimensions (L*B*H): 5.5 × 2.5 × 11 cm
Disclaimer: Since each toy is handmade and unique, no two toys are perfectly identical. Colors, shapes, and sizes may differ according to the product.