Rangoli designs and Kolams
Kolam is an auspicious art of decorating courtyards and pooja rooms/prayer halls in South India drawn mainly by women and girls. Some women use rice flour to draw a kolam, which is the traditional medium to be used while others use sandstone or limestone powder. Although commonly known as Rangoli in many parts of India, it is known as Muggulu in Andhra pradesh, Rangavalli in Karnataka, Poovidal or Pookalam in Kerala, Chowkpurana in Uttar Pradesh, ... Read more
Freehand RangoLi based on 3rd Thiruppavai Pasuram Ongi ulagalandha I drew Vamana avatar.
Naaraayaneeyam is a medieval Sanskrit text, comprising a summary study in poetic form of the Bhag
Pongal Kolams - Part 3
Pongal Kolams - Part 2
VaLLi's Flower basket.... VaLLi is a Hindu goddess and the consort of the god Kartikeya....She grew up as the princess of the mountain tribe....She would collect forest flowers and worship the Lord....
VaLLi's Flower basket....