The dolls are handmade using clay and baked in a kiln or made by pouring Plaster of Paris (PoP) into a mold and painted fearsome with black, red and yellow. The process starts by cleaning the mold and mixing the pop with water to slurry like consistency. An initial layer of pop is coated inside the mold and the excess is removed and allowed to dry for few minutes.
Another layer of coir mixed with pop is applied inside the mold for reinforcement and strengthening of the doll and allowed to dry for few minutes. Another layer of a pop water mixture is applied over the coir to cover it completely. A small binding wire is fixed on the rear of the doll for hanging purpose. And the allowed to dry for some time and later removed and sun dried to two days.
Once the mold is completely dry, the excess material sticking to the doll is removed by trimming them. A layer of bright color paint is applied on the doll and allowed to dry. Once the paint is dry its ready for sale.