“Kshirasagara Madanam” or churning of ocean milk is a very interesting and enchanting tale in the Indian mythology. During the process of churning, many products erupted including the wish granting tree “Kalpavriksha”. Although it is a believed fact that kalpavriksha is identified with many trees, during the course of time, Indians have revered coconut as “kalpavriksha” for its usage and selfless nature. Every part of the coconut tree has become an integral part of Hindu weddings and is considered auspicious for beginnings.
Green coconuts are predominantly used in Telugu weddings during wedding mandapam entries. Gone are the days where decorations and adornments are done with artificial and plastic material. Brides and Grooms of 21st century have been conscious about their choices and are recognizing the need for eco-friendly products at each step. Today we bring to you some of our creative eco-friendly kobbari bondam designs.
Green coconut/tender coconut with the combination of flowers is appealing to the eyes and gives freshness to the look. Along with the rose petals, the beautifully weaved palm leaf completes the look. For someone looking for a modern touch in the design, this is highly recommended.
There is an inexplicable aura in the items that have divine carvings. This laxmi devi kobbari bondam has a beauty and vibe that can’t escape our eyes. With panchaloha vigraham of laksmi devi in the centre, the sides with rose-white flowers beautifully arranged and tip with palm leaf carvings is a special piece for a devout bride.
Kobbari bondam with flower accessories is probably the first of its kind of design. This design has rows of white flowers as droplets and rose petal flowers stitched on a string to enhance the look. The centre of the bondam is given a simple look with a kundan and white flowers surrounding it.
To the people who love grandeur in their look, they can go for this design without a second thought. The whole of bondam is covered in flower net and the upper part is designed with palm leaf weave and bright red rose on the tip.
Lord Vinakaya is the remover of all obstacles. This kind of Kobbari bondam is not just for the bride or groom but can be used during pujas, house warmings to perform puja as well as a decor item. The figure of lord Ganesh is sketched on the bondam and garland is adorned to it as an offering.
Last but not the least is the kobbari bondam designed with flowers in various ways. You can see the flower net, rose petals, whole roses and a bunch of décor flowers.
Creativity has no bounds. Like never before, kobbari bondam for weddings is being designed in various ways to make it look beautiful. This kobbari bondam is engulfed in netted flowers. Centre piece is designed like a flower and the in the middle part, idol of lord Ganesha is affixed. The flower net is thick and stands aa a cushion along the length of the centre piece and is in criss cross fashion on both the sides.
This design perfectly stands by the Da Vinci quote “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. With just a floral shaped centre piece and lotus on the tip, this is a stunning beauty.
Addition of yellow rope (Thiru mangalyam) as trimmed in concentric circles on the front and near the tip enhanced the beauty and gave it a unique look. Flowers in red and white arranged at periphery of the rope highlighted the overall look making it elegant.
For the love of roses, we specially made Coconut leaf roses and decorated coconut with them along with the real roses and rose petals.
If minimalism and simple designs are your thing, this single flower design in layers will allure you. With petals in orange, leaves in thick green, white buds as pollens, this Kobbari bondam is simple yet classy.
Lord Venkateshwara namalu are considered auspicious. Floral petals are decorated as Sri vari namalu on tender coconut. With two colour tones, red and white, the whole bondam is decorated. The green colour kobbari bondam appears as like Seven hills of Tirumala, Sri Vaari namalu as the lord himself, the blossomed flower looks like sudarshana chakra.
The next design is similar to the one discussed earlier however the whole bondam is not decorated and this is a simpler version with bigger size of the Sri vaari namalu and lotus at the tip.
The eye catching design with red and white buds arranged as mandala art is breathtakingly beautiful with the contrast colours. With the idol of Lakshmi Devi at the centre, this looks a sree chakram.
For someone, looking for a simple design yet with a touch of godliness, the next design is a perfect blend of both. Attractive idol of the mighty goddess affixed with rose petals on the sides and two layered white buds are decorated in a ring shape. The tip is designed with white and red flowers to match the centre design.
From jewellary to blouses to dresses, Lakshmi kaasu is seen everywhere. So why not in our decor ? This experimental kaasu on kobbari bondam turned out resplendent. Moreover, gold and white is always a hit right.
These are just the few of various designs we have created. You can get the customized designs as per your taste, colours and requirements from us.
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