Krishna (or Christ) in a swing

jkmrao's picture
About Krishna (or Christ) in a swing:

This is a rangOli created by me and my dear wife Kala back in 1980 at the time of Christmas holidays. I started the tradition of creating my own card from then onward. When I saw latAji's animated rangOli, I remembered this and dug it out. Here it is.

Regards! - mOhana

Dotted kolam
krishna janmashtami
Rangoli: Krishna (or Christ) in a swing


viji_j86's picture

Krishna is very happy lie down the thottil

Lata's picture

Welcome to ikolam Mrs. Kala Rao. It was about time we got to see something created by the lady of the house! I mean, we've been enjoying mOhanaji's rangolis so much, I must mention that I had wondered about what your rangolis/art might look like Smile
Wah! kya kala hé (very artistic). We are a big fan of dotted rangolis. Our new members join ikolam mainly to learn how to make these type of rangolis, and a clear picture like this one makes it easy for our members to count the dots, and try for themselves. Thank you so much.

So, mOhanaji, you dug this out from your files done in the 80's. I like how you've started from the 80's. This gives us hope that we are in this for the long haul! We are already enjoying the 2009 collection at present, and we must not leave any gaps between 80's to 2007 Smile
Thank you for introducing Kala madam to ikolam, and to all of us.

Sumathi.v's picture

Nice to see the boisterous baby Krishna with his hip belt and anklet.Welcome to ikolam Kalaji

judelined's picture

JKM I like the way Baby Jesus is relaxing in that cute cradle - lovely fusion of art - I mean Jesus and Kolams...

rajamma_2's picture

Lata, I also join you all in welcoming Kalaji to ikolam.Getting ready to see the old treasures.
Krishna alsoborn in a jail and went to Aayarpaadi and Jesus also born in a Maattu thozhuvam and both of them served the mankind to uplift them.To see both these Deivakuzhandhaigal in the cradle is nice.