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.

This is a kolam that is actually 21 x 11, with 5 x 1 extended in the centers from all 6 sides of the hexagon created, due to lack of space I have done the 5 x 1 extention only on 4 sides but not on top and bottom.
Margazhi kolams A dotted kolam. 24 dots, 2 lines, till 2 dots (In Tamil: 24 pulli, 2 varisai, 2 pulli varai) Ikolam is a very worthy site to share our creativity with everyone. By Shyamala Govindaraju Trichy
This is traditional lamp arrangement done with a kuthuvilakku on festivals. it is called nalvilakku and the lamp can be either lit or not and fully decorated with manjal, kumkum and flowers.
This is traditional lamp arrangement done with a kuthuvilakku on festivals. it is called nalvilakku and the lamp can be either lit or not and fully decorated with manjal, kumkum and flowers. I have done this using a marron plate for the base with sambangi, chrysanthemums, oleander and nanthiavattai.
This was done using rice batter on karthigai deepam festival. A regular traditional kolam with lamps arranged on it.
A rangoli made from 13 x 7 dots, one of my daily rangolis.
A regular kolam which I daily put in front of my house entrance.
I put these rangolis for sankranthi, these are free hand designs.
I put these rangolis for sankranthi, these are free hand designs.
Butterfly kolam drawn on margazhi day in front of my flat and coloured.
This is a dotted rangoli, drawn in front of my house, dots for this rangoli 13x7 in between dots.
This is a free hand rangoli, drawn in front of my house during margazhi month.
This rangoli has put in front of the door. And used white and red paint.
This dotted rangoli can be used on any ocassion. The dots are 7-14 centered 14-7 centered
15 to 1 straight dotted rangoli of lotus. Nice rangoli on Lakshmi pooja
I used chilly powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, curry leaves powder, coffee powder and maida to draw this kolam. I have a little courtyard in UAE.
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