Fusion of Art and Illumination: Yellow Radha Krishna Tholu Bommalata Tabletop Lamp by Kanday Anjanappa

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Dimensions : H: 12 (in), Dia: 8 (in) diameter

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Awaken Your Ambience with the Radiance of Love and Spirituality!

This meticulously designed Yellow Radha Krishna Tholu Bommalata Tabletop Lamp is not just a decorative piece, but a symbol of devotion and wisdom. Its vibrant yellow hue symbolizes joy, positivity, and enlightenment, uplifting the ambiance of any space. The Tholu Bommalata technique, a traditional Indian art form, adds an element of cultural richness to the lamp, making it a cherished addition to your home decor. Designed with utmost precision, this enchanting piece of art stands tall at 12x8 inches in diameter, emanating a gentle glow that illuminates your home or workplace with divine grace. Inspired by the eternal love between Radha and Krishna, this intricate hand-painted artwork captures their timeless bond, evoking a sense of transcendence and peace.

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Meet Kanday Anjanappa, a 7th-generation artist, who excels in Tholu Bommalata, the craft of leather puppetry. His journey began at age six, learning from his father, and by age ten, he was already skilled. He's overcome challenges, excelling in exhibitions and language barriers.

Anjanappa's family has a rich history in Tholu Bommalata, and he leads a team of 15 artisans. His true passion lies in performing puppet shows and conveying social messages through drama. He collaborates with organizations like MeMeraki and takes his craft worldwide.

Kanday Anjanappa is a remarkable artist, custodian of tradition, and source of inspiration for future generations, with his creations available globally.

Tholu Bommalata

Tholu is Telegu for leather, while Bommalu is Telegu for puppet dance. Tholu is claimed to have started during the reign of the Satavahana dynasty about 200 BCE. However, the oldest evidence for it dates back to the 15th century, under the reign of Krishnadeva Raya of the Vijayanagara kingdom. Tholu Bommalata preparation is intertwined with the region's shadow puppetry. In the region, there are two types of shadow puppetry: sutram bommalata and koyya bommalata. In 2008, the Government of India designated it as a Geographical Indication.

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