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.

Dear sir/madam pl find attached kolam drawn on the above occassion at my residence it is 12x12 dotted, drawn from rice powder thanks mangala
This rangoli was done to celebrate my younger sons 1st birthday. It has been little bit spoiled by slight drizzle.
Margazhi month 3rd day kolam. This is free hand rangoli. ragards. Akila
I was trying to fold some Kusudama models in Origami and suddenly felt basemodel looks like the squarey kolam base structure. So took the picture of it. Folded another complicated octogonal design and that too was a good competitor..thus evolved origami rangolis....the base paper is just a single square piece, used my color printer as-usual The main credit goes to origami designer "Kasahara Kunihiko". More designs on the way.
this kolam was drawn on the first day of the karthigai
My first contribution to ikolam, drawn in front of my house on friday during last month, your suggestions please
It is a padi traditional kolam. The material which we used are as follows 1) Rice Flour 2) Decorated with flower in the middle of the rangoli.
Kolam at my residence on the occasion of kartikai with coloured rangoli powders.
Here is a dotted kolam from my Karthigai kolam collection.
This is a simple dotted kolam. Dot count 9-5 in between dots. Since on sunday guests were coming I put this in a hurry and my grand daughter helped me in coloring it.
This kolam was done today morning, being the 1st day of Margazhi season. Hope you all like it.
This is a free hand kolam drawn in front of my house,because of rains I have drawn small kolam.... it was washed away after taking this snap......your views and suggestions please....
Dots(14-2-2) straight dots. im new to this webisite.special kolam for special occasion.
This is again a moody doodle done without any idea of how the final pattern may look like! I just drew some line pattern in red in paint and used it and its mirror image to create the central pattern and the patterns that are on the sides of the square lines and added frills later. Hope you enjoy and your comments are most welcome! Regards! - mOhana
a kolam made for karthigai deepam mixing rangoli designs with basic padi kolam design.
This is a small chiku kolam with dots 11 to 1, straight dots
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