Diya - Gallery

Tried Mohanaji's pattern on the paper with colored pencils.

I've used one more level other than Mohanaji. Here is the level of complexity:

n = 0, no of lines = 0, no of dots = 1
n = 1, no of lines = 1 (1 green), no of dots = 5
n = 2, no of lines = 5 (4 green, 1 pink), no of dots = 25
n = 3, no of lines = 9 (4 green, 4 pink, 1 blue), no of dots = 61
n = 4, no of lines = 13 (4 green, 4 pink, 4 blue, 1 purple), no of dots = 113
n = 5, no of lines=17, (4 green, 4 pink, 4 blue, 4 purple, 1 orange) no of dots = 181

Thank you for the workout, Mohanaji. :)

A dotted kolam drawn and colored using colored pencils.

Chameleon made in quilling.

I had made this rangoli using the quilling technique in my summer break.

Nowadays, we're enjoying strawberries almost everyday! Strawberry happens to by my favorite berry and I've enjoyed making this rangoli using colored sand. I liked it a lot, after I colored it red and green. Hope you like it too.
Dotted strawberry rangoli, with 13 to 1 dots, parallel style.

This is my valentine rangoli, which I made out of paper, red and pink rangoli powder, glue and colored sago for writing the "Bee Mine" message. Hope you enjoy it!


I made this bag out of left over cloth material last year, when I was learning how to sew.

A Bal Vihar class project made by me, in January 2009.