Kondapalli Top Bullock Cart, Handmade Wooden Toy, Tella Ponikiell, Harvest Story Telling, Hyderabad Special, Soft Wood Toy, World Famous, Birthday Gift, 7.5*3.5*5 inch, 1.48 kg
This beautiful bullock cart carrying harvest is a famous toy from Hyderabad. The toy represents a snap of the colours of Indian farming and is an integral part of traditional festivities like golus, Sankranthi and Navratri.
• Made with original soft wood which is available at the Kondapalli hills of Andhra Pradesh.
• Real jute has been used to make the sacks which are added to the cart.
• There are 2 bullocks, one driver, a woman sitting in the cart and a jute sack attached to the cart.
• The whole set is placed on brown coloured wooden platform which represents the muddy roads of rural India.
• White, green, brown , red and blue are the primary colours used to make this cart.
Kondapalli is a brand name in the arena of traditional toys of Andhra Pradesh. 5 families residing at the Kondapalli hills are engaged in making this iconic toy of Andhra Pradesh. This wooden piece can be your child’s favourite or can bring a smile on the face of any kid on his/ her birthday because
• It is a multicoloured toy, very vibrant in looks. All the colours used are non toxic and natural.
• It is handmade and hence intricately carved to present the various parts of the cart.
• The edges are smoothly finished and thus do not hurt kids while playing.
• No artificial materials or dyes are used to make this bullock cart.
Maintenance & Care
Keep this Indian art live at your office or home for long years by
• Keeping it away from water.
• Cleaning it regularly with a dry, clean cloth.
Sizes: 7.5 X 3.5 X 5 IN or 20 X 9 X 13 CM
Actual weight - 0.00 Kg, Volumetric weight - 26X15X19 =1.48kg (Inclusive of packing). The shipping weight is calculated as whichever is higher of actual and volumetric weight.
Product ID : 645275
Kondapalli Bullock Cart
This handicraft brings a piece of my village to my present home The bullock cart, farmer and a lady riding the cart on a muddy road depicts a happy scene of rural India.