Utility Items: As toys and other items of the household have disappeared from the living rooms these days, contemporary utility products can be designed especially in the area of stationery retaining the traditional look of Kondapalli toys. Dynamic toys: A mechanical feature can be worked out in Tella Poniki wood to make Kondapalli toys as dynamic toys where various body parts and accessories are movable and can be attached or detached.
Role playing games: The lost culture of imagination and mock play in children can be revived by these traditional toys. Children can be encouraged to play role-playing games with Kondapalli toys.
Story-telling: Kondapalli toys represent ritualistic and symbolic deities based on Hindu mythological characters. Folktales and mythological stories can be narrated through these toys.
Website and a Video: A website can be designed showcasing a visual documentation of the toys promoting the craft and opening an avenue for artisans to reach and sell more.
Dasavatar as a medium of story-telling through mythological stories.
Kondapalli toys can be made dynamic by making working joints like other toys.