Happy ugadiRangoli Dotted Kolam (connected dots): ugadi muggu by firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Rangoli for Sankranti
- Kolam using pieces of chalk
- Vinayaka Chavithi Muggu
Th telugu word for rangOli or kOlam is muggu. There is literary evidence for the decoration of households with muggu even in the 14th century. That is why I beg to disagree with a recent essay in American Scientit saying that these patterns originated in the 18th or the 19th century. Here is a pattern that is made of the word muggu ( ముగ్గు ). Enjoy!
Regards! - mOhana
muggu in telugu means rangOli. It is also called mruggu. But in modern
telugu, the r sound for words beginning with compound letters containing r
is omitted. The letter mu is given in green, the gu sound is given in blue.
The second g sound in muggu is called ottu and is given by the symbol below
gu in red. In the top two figures, they form a 3- and 4- petal flower-like
patterns. In the bottom two, the u sounds in gu form the blue S-like motif.
The top left pattern is a Sierpinski triangle that occurs in fractal geometry.
Enjoy! Regards! - mOhana
On September 14th, we celebrated the closing ceremony of the Birth anniversary of the Telugu Mystic Composer Sri Sri Taallapaaka Annamaachaarya Swaami Vaaru.
We'd organized a MUGGU MAHOTSAVAM, where I trained our lovers of MUGGULU for demonstration of this most lovely & beloved special Cultural Heritage Art.
The dot count for this kolam is 19-3-3 straight dots.
The dot count for this kolam is 17-1 straight dots.
Mr. Sanjiva Appadoo is the Head of the Telugu Studies Department, at the Republic of Mauritius. He demonstrates the making of a muggulu using four different colors of chalk pieces, simultaneously.