When Barbie Visited India #ColoursOfIndia

Barbie, from the house of Mattel Toys, launched an India-exclusive collection of dolls inspired by several cultural aspects of India.
The collectibles, from the Colours of India series, will see Barbie in six different avatars, uniquely inspired by six heritage sites across the country.
Colours of India series brings to life several aspects of each iconic monument that inspired the doll-maker to create the collection.
With distinct shifts of cultures at every step, each doll in the collection has found a unique muse in the beauty India has to offer. Barbie has seamlessly weaved in elements of iconic Indian heritage destinations into the collection that reflects contemporary designs in traditional wear.
Inspiration from each design comes from unique architectural and design elements of monuments in India such as the ‘jharokas’of Hawa Mahal from the pink city, Jaipur; the mystical paintings from Ajanta Caves from Maharashtra, the opulent courtyards of Mysore Palace from Mysuru – the city of Palaces; the grand arches of South Indian heritage palace, Thirumallai Nayakkar Mahal in Madurai; the vibrant colours from Sikkim’s Gompas and the striking sheen of marbles from India’s wonder of the world; Taj Mahal.
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