Kinnal, a small town in North Karnataka is famous for it’s wooden toys. The intricate carvings of the wooden chariots in Hampi were done by the Kinnal artisans. Drew using iPadpro.
This doll is based on the folk dance of Tanjore – Poikaal Kuthirai Aattam in which the dancer fits into a dummy horse and dances to the tune of the folk music. Drew using iPad Pro.
The traditional wooden toys of Karnataka are beautifully carved from ivory wood and colored with vegetable dyes.
Digital drawing of terracotta Kuthirai , which is essentially a Tanjore based clay doll. It is also an important part of South Indian home and Holy decor.
Andhra based wooden toy – Kondapalli is very famous and is essentially a part of the Navaratri Golu festival. Drew using iPad Pro.
The Tanjore sodden couple – dolls that are commonly displayed during Navaratri Golu. Drew using iPad Pro.
The dancing girl if Tanjore which is made using clay. The head oscillates beautifully to create dance like movement. Drew using iPad Pro.
Ganesha doll is essential part of every Navarathri Golu celebration. Free using iPad Pro.