Hastshilp has introduced The Elephant Mysore Ambari set of 3 to commemorate solemnly the occasion of Nadahabba of the state of Karnataka.
Ambari or howdah is an integral part of the festival Dusserah in Karnataka. The Golden Howdah or Ambari was the core of the attraction of the jamboo savari. The Ambari is carried to the temple of Goddess Chamunda to celebrate the victory of Good over Evil. The Ambari is carried by the strongest elephant and other elephants follow him in procession. The tradition has been going on since the reign of the Vijaynagar Empire. Later in the revival of Navratri in 1610, Raja Wadiyar replicated the tradition by integrating the hawdah or Ambary. The event takes place in Mysore, Karnataka, hence it is known as Mysore Elephant Ambari.
Hastshilp revived the traditional festival of Vijaya Dasami and Dusserah with the wooden, multicolored handcrafted Mysore Elephant Ambari Showpiece set of 3.
The measurement of the handcrafted Karnataka Mysore Ambari Elephant set of 3 is (8.5 x 2.5 x 4.5 cm).
The amazing set is accurately carved and painted by the rural artisans of South India.
As the elephant Mysore Ambary set is made of premium quality wood, it is eco-friendly and non-toxic.
One can decorate these elephants in their Living Room, Drawing Room, and Kids’ room which will surely give the home a traditional look.
One who wants to decorate their Golu in the Mysore Dusserah can decorate with these elephants.
The detailed carving on wood known as Tellaponiki gives a very beautiful artistic look. So, we can say that in Golu time these Elephants one can use to decorate.
Such Ambari sets will serve as decorative showpieces, you may take them as golu decor on Navratri. The Ambari set will be an explicit gift for your loved ones.
They are of various sizes.
Hastshilp guarantees its long-lasting colors and brightness.
The Elephant Mysore Ambari set of 3 is lightweight and easy to carry anywhere you want.
Once you acquire the set from Hastshilp you will feel proud to uplift the Indian art and culture.