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.

Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolam with rice flour and coloured with rangoli poweder on top
Small kolams in front of GOd with rice flour daily
The dot count for this kolam is 1-3-5-7-7-5-3-1. Hope you all like it.
Have just started making podikolams. Getting used to it very slowly. Hope you all like it. The dot count is 7-4 idukkupulli...
This was my first bead embroidery, done when I was 17. Had it all along as a keepsake. the first design was done at the back and the second one on the sleeves of my blouse. Was very proud of it. The Aunty who taught me embroidery asked me to make the same design for her, too.
This was my first embroidery on my own, when I was 17. Had it all along as a keepsake. The upper design is around the neck and the design below was done on the sleeves of my blouse.
Idho innumoru morning Raagam for the beginneres. dot count 7-4 idaipulli.
Kaalai avasarathil isaiththa oru Raagam.Pulli count 11-6 in between dots endru solla vendumaa?
Inspired by Deepa's pullikolams I started doing chuzhikolam. Dot count is 7-4, 1,2 on all sides, in between dots.
Dotted kolam with kolapodi. dot count 1-6 inbetween dots. Shading can be as per imagination.
With wet kolamaavu I drew this free hand kolam. I realised if the chuzhi put in the opposite direction it would have been a "?" kolam.
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