Om Rangolis

Rangoli: Patterns of OM - 2

This is the second in the series of OM. On the left, we have the dots coming together and on the right we have the dEvanAgari u coming together. Enjoy! hari OM - mOhana

Rangoli: Namah Shivaaya

This design was on the wall of one of the temples on the banks of Ganges in Haridwar.

Rangoli: Vasthu Mural

I don't know why this is called Vasthu mural.
May be because of the swastik, om, kalasam and lakshmi padams are present here.
What ever the name may be I found very interested in doing this mural. This is a wall hanger.
Used with M.Seal

Rangoli: My first Mandala on Computer

Here is my first drawing of a Mandala using a software package in one of my Graphic design courses back in 1992 (California).

Rangoli: RANGOLI

This is a simple rangoli.
I am a craft maker. Recently doing one wall mural by name Vasthumural. Just I tried the idea with Rangoli in colour. (I don't have any knowledge in Vasthu).
We can even call this kolam as vasthu kolam since Om, swastic, kalsa and Lakshmipathams are in. Inside design can be done freehand or 9 to 1 straight form.

Rangoli: Sanskar Bhati

My cousin d had done this Rangoli. I just watched and enjoyed it.

Rangoli: Rangoli (contest entry_43)

Entered for diwali rangoli contest 2008

Rangoli: Welcome Om

Kamalika had made this exquisite Om flower rangoli for an office function.

Rangoli: Portable Rangolis
This rangoli was published on 2007-11-15.
Rangoli: Yin and Yang

The asian symbol of Yin and yang are considered to be of opposites forces. Yin represents feminine, eternity, dark and represents the moon and the left side of the body. Yang is its opposite and represents masculine, history, positive, light and represents both the sun and the right side of the body. This symbol is believed to date back to the 4th century B.C and has been identified with Buddhism and Taoism.