Lotus Rangolis

Rangoli: Saree design

One more photoshop drawing done for saree designing, the glorious peacock!

Rangoli: Surya Pongal Kolam

This ia an amalgamation of free hand and kambi kolam for pongal with a sun symbol and lotus all around.

Rangoli: Lotus

15 to 1 straight dotted rangoli of lotus. Nice rangoli on Lakshmi pooja

Rangoli: Lotus Rangoli

I DREW THIS KOLAM ON MATTU PONGAL FESTIVAL. IT DECORATED MY HOME ENTRANCE ON MATTU PONGAL DAY WITH DIFFERENT COLOURS ATTRACTING EVERYBODY'S ATTENTION. I USED RICE FLOUR AND COLOUR FLOUR. THE DOTS COUNTING ARE 15 TO 8 CROSS DOTS.

Rangoli: Shiva Kolam
This rangoli was published on 2009-02-03.
Rangoli: RANGOLI

This is one of my mom's creation, learnt this from her... she makes lovely rangolis and has won many prizes!!

Rangoli: OUR NATIONAL FLOWER LOTUS

I DREW THIS KOLAM BECAUSE LOTUS IS OUR NATIONAL FLOWER. IT DECORATED MY HOME ENTRANCE TODAY IN DIFFERENT COLOURS ATTRACTING EVERYBODY'S ATTENTION. I USED RICE FLOUR FOR THE OUTLINE AND I USED FOOD COLOURS ADDED TO THE RICE FLOUR FOR THE COLOURS OF THE LOTUS. THE DOTS COUNTING ARE 15 TO 8 INBETWEEN DOTS.

Rangoli: Shank Pushpam

I had to do this on a sheet of paper as our corridor is of marble nature and rangolis made with rice powder on this floor is not very clear. The dot count is 15-8. Hope you all like it..

Rangoli: Republic day

Hi friends,HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY .
26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign and republican state. The country finally realized the dreams of freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since. This was drawn by myself and Bharathi.

Rangoli: Sangu Pushpam

Name of the Kolam: Sanku Pushpam.

Dots: 21 to 11, interlaced.

4,3,2,1 on all 6 sides for lotus.

Medium used : Wet rice flour.

Jaya Mohan

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