Tue, 2008-11-25 16:42
the way u putit,it shows u have lot things in ur hand.pl share ur rangolis, so that this will be usefull for all of us(ikolam members).
Tue, 2008-11-25 18:17
Thanks for your appreciation.
Recently only I entered this ikolam site and happy to see all your rangolis.Infact we admired all your contributions.
I like traditional rangolis which we can put infront of our house daily.
I am also collecting and creating this type of PADIKOLAMS put in wedding and other auspicious days.
All my collections I will share with you.At present I have come to Singapore to spend sometime with my gaughter and grand children. once I return to India/Bangaluru I'll send all the kolams I have.
want to know more about you all
Tue, 2008-11-25 18:46
rajamma madam thanks for ur reply,iam also from bangalore.however for last few years we put up at chennai.enjoy ur trip with ur grand children.we wait for ur new creations thank u once again.
Fri, 2008-12-19 21:10
The sun and shade gives an additional depth for this one!
Tue, 2009-02-24 10:52
What a beauty! A real clock stopper!
By the way, is it called paDi kOlam, because there are steps?
Regards! - mOhana