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Barbie Collector Diwali Barbie Doll Festivals Of The World

by Mattel

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  • Barbie dressed to celebrate the Indian festival Diwali
  • Wears a teal sari with golden detailing, a lovely duppata, and exotic jewelry
  • The final detail is a Bindi - a forehead decoration worn in South and Southeast Asia
  • Collectible fashion doll
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 6.7 x 13.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ELIXI6
  • Item model number: J0946
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #210,068 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

The most important and magical festival celebrated in India is Diwali. Homes are decorated with marigolds and mango leaves, thousands of oil diyas or lamps are lit as auspicious symbols of good luck, and everyone enjoys sweets to the sound of firecrackers and revelers. Diwali Barbie Doll wears a teal sari with golden detailing, a lovely pink duppata, and exotic jewelry. The final detail is a Bindi - a forehead decoration worn in South and Southeast Asia. Diwali Barbie Doll cannot stand alone.

Product Description

The most important and magical festival celebrated in India is Diwali.

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Customer Reviews

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She was 25 bucks and to me, worth every penny.
Snapdragon
This doll is very much durable, the clothings match what most 3rd world country ppl wear.
J. Lee
She is gorgeous with her long flowing hair and bright, very accurate costume.
marissa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tiana Jamieson on July 20, 2006
I really wanted to get the DOTW Princess of India, but was unable to find her so when I saw Diwali Barbie I knew I had to get her.

I love the dolls of the World Collection, I also like watching Indian Movies (Bollywood), personally she looks like those typical Indian Actresses on Indian movies, another reason why I bought her, this doll definitely looks like Bollywood Actress Ashwarya Rai, Anyways back to the review, she has beautiful light greyish side glancing eyes , she has very cute jewellery on her and her sari is just so cute, the designer of this doll really did a good job on her. My only con is that she doesn't look like the doll on the picture on the card, she is beautiful anyway, she comes complete with stand, collector card and Certificate of Authenticity.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Snapdragon on August 12, 2006
My aunt got this today when her, my mom and I went to the Zellers. She was 25 bucks and to me, worth every penny. She is absolutely gorgeous, a LOT prettier in person, with mauve-ish, purpley eyeshadow and lots of eye makeup, and her lips look like they have pale plum lip gloss on them. Her hair is as soft and lightweight as ostrich feathers, with a slightly greyish cast so her hair is not completely black. The outfit is amazing, very soft, yet a little crispy, and she has a cut of fabric under the skirt that you put her leg through to make "panties". The shirt is really beautiful, and has a gold pattern on it like the skirt. There is a piece of shawl material tucked into the collar so it looks like a shirt. Her chest is not as big as a regular Barbie's, it looks very natural when tucked under the shirt. She has a hot pink shawl as well, attached to her shoulder (but it can be cut very easily). She has a ton of arm bracelets and an anklet, at least 9 or 10 pieces of jewelery in total! She also has dangly earrings and a lovely faux gold necklace with a sun charm. She also has bindi in her hair. She is a beautiful, absolutely amazing and very authentic-looking Barbie, with a stand, certificate of authenticity and a collector card (?). I want her so bad but my mom won't let me get any more dolls 'til my birthday. If you like Barbies or know someone who does, I would recommend this. For ages 3-103.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 24, 2006
You see, I am from India and the doll is NOT wearing a sari. A sari is a long piece of fabric wrapped around a girl, and then the girls wear a skirt under the sari. She is wearing a "Lunga" A 2 piece dress. And they called the ornament on her head a bindi. It is NOT a bindi. Bindis are decorated and have adhesive on the back. Basically pretty stickers.

However, the doll is extremly beautiful, and she is a great collectible for myself. I sometimes play with her.

Please try to understand. I am not trying to go Against Mattel (the company) at all. They just should have done a little more research.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 25, 2006
I love this doll. She is so nice and looks alot like an Indian.

When I got her I put her hot pick shawl over her head and made her even better. Her black hair has dark brown highlights. Everyone in my family loves her. She is a great doll for everyone even older kids like me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Kais on September 10, 2009
I got this wonderful doll today, payed total of $ 84 for her and she is worth every cent of it. She looks much more beautiful in life, hair is soft and very long, costume is lovely and she truely looks like genuine india princess.Just adorable and very-very pretty!
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you see, i am from india.this doll is really pretty.but she doesnt look very indian.her features are more of an american.in india a toy company named LEO makes indian barbie (named BARBIE IN INDIA) with more indian looks.and they are cheaper too.
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