Rangoli Designs

Rangoli is an Indian folk art drawn on the floor with rangoli powders or paste. Rangoli is regionally known as Kolam, in Tamilnadu, Muggulu in Andhrapradesh, and Rangavalli in Karnataka. There are hundreds of rangoli designs in iKolam.com, created by members from all over the world.

hai ikolam friends see my rangoli ,which i made during this diwali.
Being away from home, we were all very sad on the diwali day but our CultComm had surprises in store for us. Some of us were asked to make a rangoli for the main Admin Bldg according to the design suggested by my friend, the super-talented Esha. What resulted from it was sheer surprise... take a look!
I put this kolam in arisi ma, on 16.10.2009. And my hearty Diwali wishes to you and to ikolam people.
This is the diwali rangoli I put infront of the house using the micham meethi colours of Navratri.
A rangOli with lamps for dipAvaLi. Enjoy! Regards! - J K Mohana Rao
Wish All Ikolam Members A Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali.
This is a simple chiku kolam dots 11 to 11
A design with so many shapes for u to choose to prepare/cut your Deepavali sweet.(Mysorepaak). This wet maavu kolam made of 9-5 inbetween dots
Straight dots: 17 - 1 This kolam must be very familiar to many of you as it is quite a simple, common kolam. Just tried my hand with a couple of effects on photoshop and presenting this for the festive season of Diwali.....
Happy Diwali wishes to all Ikolam friends and their family.
Octagonal (four-fold symmetry) and oval (two-fold symmetry) lamps with lotus motif for dIpAvaLi. Enjoy! - mOhana.
HI ALL frenzzzz... HAPPY DEEPAVALI to all FRIENDS LIKE YOU IS LIKE DIYAS ON DEEPAVALI, DRIVING AWAY DARKNESS AND SPREADING BRIGHTNESS ALL AROUND, I AM SO LUCKY TO HAVE FOUND SUCH, A TREASURED FRIENDS LIKE YOU!!! "HAPPY DEEPAVALI"!! LAKSHMI AND PAVAN
Many many bright wishes... ....Happy DeepaavaLi DeepavaLiya ShubhashayagaLu This is an inspiried rangoli from Rajammaji's squarey kolam. Dots: 13 X 13
Wishing all the IKOLAM members a Very Happy Dipawali !!! Picked up this design from Brinda Mam's gallery as I am a great admirer of her kolams. Thank you very much !! For decoration have used the floating candles, n the standard diyas.
freehand rangoli . 3 to 6 colours required to make it
Wishing everyone a very happy and safe Diwali! (Please click on the blue arrow, at the bottom left corner for the animation).
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