Thursday, October 6, 2011

Vijayadashami


It is time to say goodbye to the dolls.This time our golu steps were different and had been made to look big, I do not have many collection with the same set of dolls I tried to arrange in a differrent manner.I am against the idea of buying new set every year.Sometimes I get tempted to buy some while shopping.I try to create something new for the background or a doll ,something on my own ,according to me,that gives more joy and satisfaction while arranging the dolls.



This I made use of the silvercups to hold dolls.


When I finished dressing up the bride I noticed that both the dolls looks alike, to differeniate between bride-groom I had to paste a moustache and a beard to this North indian groom


This horse in a "Baraat" will be delightful to watch in a North Indian wedding with its finery and head gear. I tried to recreate here.


You can have a glimpse of the "reception"and Complete display can be viewed here

Thankyou for stopping by
Happy Dussehra to all!
I am linking this post to colorsdekorand Emreen"sblog





12 comments:

  1. nandhi - neatly done golu. This festival is some what pay back to our artisians who toil in creating beautiful.Today is the day when we have to say GOOD BYE. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Love your golu Anandhi ,I like your idea of cut outs for showing crowd. The details are all so good. I have not seen dolls that make kolam anywhere so you have such a beautiful collection and they all look so new . I enjoyed watching your Golu on You tube. It was like visiting your home. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Thankyou friends for your lovely comments.

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  4. Beautiful.. Lovely golu arrangement... Do participate in the blog party going on at LTU ... You can find the details here ... http://liventhingsup.blogspot.com/2011/10/itz-festival-time-2011.html

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  5. Thanks for linking in .. anandhi... ;-) ;-) ... Hope to see you coming in with more and more posts.. !!!

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  6. very pretty kolu dear.
    I enjoyed well.
    viji

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  7. So very interesting and colorful! Thanks for sharing your beautiful photographs with us. I saw your post over at "Liven Things Up".

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  8. beautiful. many many greetings and best wishes for the festive season

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  9. Very very pretty!! Lovely Golu.. Hope you are having a lovely festive time.. :-)

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  10. Very good posts on Golu..Enjoyed viewing all the pics..

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  11. Now only I had seen the you tube of your Kolu.
    Wow i enjoyed every bit.
    The way of arrangemnts, floor rangoli, kundan rangoli on the golu steps, the bridal reception, T
    Anjaneya carrying Ram and lakshman,
    The lady putting kolam are very very nice. Your creations are also seen there. Perfectway of view.
    I enjoyed your kolu without sundal Anandhi.
    viji

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