Kolam for Brindha

sudhabalakrishnan's picture
About Kolam for Brindha:

Hi Brindha, This is a very small gift for your birthday. I was really inspired by JKM sirs Birthday gift kolam with their letters.. I really cannot reach his perfection in drawing kolams but i just gave a try to draw this kolam with the letter "B" which is used as the main flower petals( which is in square shape, pink in colour)So frienz,pls let me know your lovely comments.

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Rangoli: Kolam for Brindha

Comments

Lata's picture

Pretty in pink, Sudha. How very thoughtful of you to make a kolam for a friend.
By the way, make one for me too please, exactly six months from today (in April). :0

rajamma_2's picture

Bright Majentha kolam gift for Brindha? She will like it since it is with "B"s and full of lotus flowers. The leaves are cute.
rajamma

sjnt's picture

Great Sudha. Nice gesture. Colours are very pleasing. Is it a pc kolam?

jasree's picture

Pretty pink & lovely green very good combination. Kolam is very cute

Padma Prakash's picture

Pink and green, pretty queen. this we use to say during our college days. So as here also. The kolam is very pretty and a nice gift too.

brindhanagesh's picture

Your gift moved me a lot, Sudha! Whether the gift is perfectly made or not, the thought of presenting makes its value (அன்புக்கு இணையான பரிசு வேறு எது!) But here, the gift itself is very pretty with lovely colours as Padma said, pretty queen:)This is my first birthday that i got maximum number of wishes and gifts from my friends and family. மறக்க முடியாத இந்த பிறந்த நாளை அளித்ததற்கு என் மனமார்ந்த நன்றிகள் Smile

dibbutn's picture

Wow Sudha maam so thoughtful and a very pretty kolam ... I am sure Brindha maam will be thrilled

judelined's picture

Very sweet of you Sudha and like Brindha said who cares about the perfection - it is the thought that counts Smile

malar anand's picture

very nice mam

vyjayanthi's picture

wow ! what a beautiful birthday gift from a friend, the strocks of the lotus flowers seems to be singing Happy B'day for you, like musical water fountain. am i right Brinda maam, Happy B'day.

vijaysowmya's picture

what a way to wish a friend on her birthday...great design ...lovely colour combination....doesnt matter whether perfect or not..

ushavenkatesh's picture

pink and green colour combination superb sudha mam and also a unforgetable gift to a friend.

jkmrao's picture

Good work, keep it up! I agree with bRndA ma'am, what matters is the thought and idea. Otherwise, practice makes it perfect.

Regards! - mOhana

sudhabalakrishnan's picture

Thanks for your comment sir, I wanted to ask you one question whenever you feed the letters into the computer you use capital letter in between the leeters. I am very curious to know about its significance. Please let me know if possible.

sudhabalakrishnan's picture

Thanks a lot for your lovley comments. It is your comments make me inspired to draw all types of kolams. I am really fortunate to have frienz like you all. I thank to Lata, and all my frienz at ikolam for sending lovely comments.

Vinci's picture

Making one to feel happy is the best deed ever.. Brindha Maam has enjoyed your loving gift.. Kudos to your effort.

ammuchandhini's picture

Gosh...how did I miss to see this....lovely sudha mam...ur love and affection shows in each and every inch of this kolam....

anirudh's picture

good gift Sudha.....simply great.....i am also in the queue Smile

mOhana Sir uses capital letters to differenticate the dheerga swaras ....if you start using baraha software (www.baraha.com) to type indian letters, then you can see the difference....you can see i also used capital O in his name like him Smile

Lata's picture

In the queue for what Anirudh? Because if you are talking about the rangoli queue, I don't see any in your name, yet. Smile
Please clarify.
About the usage of letters, Mohanaji has maintained his original style in writing as well as in all other aspects that we get to enjoy. Smile
It is time consuming to type in alternate letters which I'm sure gets easier in time for anybody. If more members started writing here this way, then the members who find it extremely difficult to do so, might feel frustrated and also out of place eventually. Our goal here at ikolam is to keep the site more approachable for people from all walks of life. If it starts to turn into a Literature site look alike, then I'm sure many of our members will find it intimidating.

I'd also like to point out that we have many silent members who have trouble in writing comments because comments are required to be written in English. But, they are trying to do the best they can. I used to spend too much time on editing on the grammar and spelling in the description section of members' uploads, but, eventually had to give it up due to lack of time. We don't want to drive members away by changing our basic style here, Anirudh. I'm sure there are plenty of other Literature sites where this form of writing is understood easily and welcomed. Smile

mani's picture

I can understand as to why some would find the names and words written using the transliteration scheme hard to figure out. One of the main reasons for the scheme is for correct machine rendering of the script. As Mohana sir alludes in a related cafe post, it is sometimes useful to train the western tongue to say your name properly!

Style, substance and schemes aside, as a long time silent member of this site, I would like to see the individuality and originality preserved as much as possible!

brindhanagesh's picture

Anirudh is in the Que for getting the gift Lata Biggrin from all of us.