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.

Here are two of my rangoli windows that I made using paper. I save my paper-windows in books, so they don't get crumpled.
This is another fotoframe with quilling. This is now in US.
It is a kolam done during navaratri on a taambalam (plate), using saboodana (sago) to outline the design. Rangoli powder is used to fill in the design. In earlier days, haldi, kumkum, coffee powder etc were used as colours.
This rangoli has a rainbow theme. It was a sudden inspiration which has come out to my satisfaction.
Hi! This floral arrangement is done on Children's Day at the request of my daughters Saranya & Amogha. They selected the "OM" as the base.
i have done this rangoli at the entrance of our house during last year navarathri
Dear Manjula ji, as promised here is the kolam alone. thanks again.
It is this year shasti kolam.This is very simple padikolam.
I hope u'll like this rangoli, as i had no time and i had to make it in the late evening. please comment Regards lata
This is a part of a series of kolams done during the diwali week
This is a simple kolam using lines, dots are 15 to 8, center dots.
Patterns with Telugu Kannada letter e (as in men). Regards! - mOhana
This simple floral arrangement was done for Karthika Pournami decorated with Diyas.
Someone in Ikolam had done this rangoli recently, either with podi or in computer. Same thing is done with wet rice flour. { I don't recollect her name.. sorry...]
Hi, this is the 3rd rangoli (again a repeat) with deepas arranged. Hope u don't mind helping me in selecting any one to be posted. Thanks so much. Usha.
This kolam is drawn for valaikappu purpose. Try this and enjoy.
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