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Rangoli: Line kolam with Wet rice maavu (batter)

This line kolam can be easily put. It does not take much time.No need of putting dots. Only thing is you need a smooth surface without slop. If you prepare the Maavu and keep it in the FRIDGE, anytime you can put it.In the night when all go to sleep, you can clean the place where you want to put this kolam without any disturbance in a few minutes.Ne need to worry about anybody stumping on it. The wet kolam will dry and when you wake up in the morning and open the door, your kolam will be smiling brightly. This will stay for 2 or 3 days, will not get spoiled by wind.
Preparation and how to use the maave to put the design is given in detail by our friend Jaya Mohan, in her comment in my earlier kolam ( you can refer my Gallery).

Rangoli: The flower of spring!

This is a flower design drawn by me, to welcome SPRING.I have used food colouring liquid mixed with rice powder and dried.(My mother does not let me use synthetic colours sold in the stores.)How is it?

Rangoli: Spices and nuts kolam

This is Spices and Nuts kolam, outline made up of Peanut Shells and the decorations within is from Star Anise.
Comments and remarks welcome!

Rangoli: My new rangoli

Dear Latha madam,
My name is Sahana, Rajamma madam's grand daughter. I am 9 years old studying in RGPSchool, Singapore in 4th standard. This is one of my rangoli desgins. With my grand mother's guidence I put this rangoli and coloured it myself. I got this inspiration because of the wonderful rangolis or kolams created by the ikolam members.I also got tempted to put my rangoli after seeing Pavan's designs. I have started creating more colourful rangoli designs. Please comment to my first rangoli design.

Rangoli: Peaceful 2009

2009 just born..let us wish and pray it will be a peaceful year through out the world
(look out for the 2009 baby inside the cradle, reaching out for the dove of PEACE).

Rangoli: Merry X'mas!

Hello friends, wanted to wish you all Merry X'mas and A Happy New year. No time to draw big kolam like our friend Lakshmi, at the same time wanted to wish you through a visual. The cake is missing? Oh I have already sent it to Lata.

Rangoli: Navrathri Kolam

This kathakali kolam was done with my grand-daughter's help. Color powder was made from rice flour mixed with food coloring and dried.

Rangoli: Dotted Maakkolam

This is a simple dot kolam. But looks very grand with all the decorative outlines. The dots are 9 to 5, inbetween dots. Then 2, 1 on all six sides.