The first floor of the two-storied building has a seven-step golu with traditional idols highlighting stories from the Indian epics and religion.
Made by their traditional doll maker, it is the highlight of the collection.
The family has been keeping golu since 1989, not as a part of tradition but out of sheer passion.
After participating in several theme competitions for golu, this year’s display has been only for family members and friends.
Their house is fondly called the doll house by neighbours because of their annual golu display.
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