My pongal-pot rangoli for celebrating Pongal. I have used colored sand for the pot, and chalk for the overflow.
congrats,,,, nice to see ur creation dear,,,, would like to thank for having been an inspiration to this sites birth,,,
Wow..Aarushi...What a wonderful creation!!! A very different looking one withnice colours. Congrats for a well deserved ROD title.
Wow, with this selected as Rod, she will be thrilled. I've sent her the link and hope to hear from her. In the meantime, just wanted to thank you on her behalf.
Wow nice different pongal pot with neat coloring aaru... Congrats on ROD.
wow,lovely pot design aaru.congrats on rod.
Aah....such a stylish modern pongal pot Aaru.....great colours and your cement floor is sooooo beautiful
Wow lata my guess is right but I have a doubt she is a new member or old ...that's why I asked ..my wishes to aaru
Aaru hahah your pongal pot looks like "madisar mami".. how ru?..looks different and pretty.... congrats Aaru...
Wow so sweet and nice are you a new member?? Welcome to ikolam ....you are from?
Suguna, this member is not going to answer anytime soon since she is not a frequent visitor nowadays. I guess I'll have to do it in the meantime. She is the inspiration behind this site's birth.
She is my daughter Aarushi. I knew she wasn't going to "get" easy access to her grandmas and aunts (like the way I did) who might teach/ share ways to make rangolis, since she was being raised in the US. I decided to make my own tool that shows the strokes for kolams, which is how ikolam came into existence (my blog). Initially, I shared with family/friends, and then opened it out to the world, and started sharing others works as well. This is the short story.
She is a college student and makes rangolis only for special days.