Kondapally toys popularly known as kondapalli bommalu are toys made in kondapalli, India.
Traditionally they are used during Sankranthi and Navratri when women assemble toys known as Bombala koluvu.
Kondapalli toys are chiseled out of locally available special light softwood locally known as Tella Ponikiand painted with vegetable dyes, and vibrant enamel colors are popular for their beautiful artistic work.
Traditional kondapalli palm tree toys, bullock carts toys, caparisoned elephant toys, village backdrop toys, brindavana, etc.
The most popular toys are Dasavatarams (ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu) elephant with ambari, bullock cart, geethopadesam, palanquin-bearers carrying the bride and bridegroom, toddy tapper, set of village craftsmen, besides.
The paper Mache swinging doll