The Medium Bundle (10 inch)
I bought the medium bundle for my 3 month old baby girl. I was simply blown away by the quality of the plush toys and can’t get over how cute they are. I wish I had them while growing up😊 My baby is now 5 months old and it is so heartwarming to see her little face light up when her favorite from the bundle baby Krishna toy sings the mantras. She coos along and loves to play with them. The colors are so beautiful and bright but not overwhelming for my little one. We celebrated Pongal yesterday and they were the perfect addition to our first Golu (a tradition where a variety of cultural dolls are displayed) Every single family member and friends who saw the toys have commented how beautifully made they are. These toys will for sure be my go to gift in the future for any baby shower or birthdays. Can’t wait to add more to our collection !!!
These toys are truly one of a kind. They are vibrant in color and so well made. The quality is top notch, it's seriously not comparable to anything else in the market. They have a playful look to them which makes them even more loveable! My son loves them, but I think I love them even more 🥰 I am happy to have these incredible toys to share with my son from birth. He will grow up knowing God and being able to relate to them in his own way on a level he can understand. I wish I had one growing up but it brings me so much joy to bring these lovely toys into my home now.
We are huge fans of the toys and books! These plush toys are perfect for kids (and adults!). Our son recites the mantras easily and it's a perfect way to pass on our culture! Now these toys are our favorite ones to gift to friends and family. Whoever we gift it to becomes a fan and begins to grow their own collection too!
These plush toys have been the best gifts to give to my friend who is the first in our friends group to have kids. They're so cute, colorful, and fun. The books are so educational too. I've even bought them for myself. I've learned so much about HInduism through ModiToys that I feel my parents weren't able to teach me because of the inability to tell all the stories they heard growing up. It's so different when you're surrounded by it vs growing up in the US in locations that don't have a high Indian population. So thanks Avani and Viral! -From this ABCD :)