We worshipped Mahashivaratri by making a rangoli of Shiv-Parvati-Ganesh.
Mon, 2009-02-23 18:58
Jai Shiva Shankar Bhagwan!!
Mon, 2009-02-23 19:03
Namo Nama Shankara Paarvatheepyaam!
Mon, 2009-02-23 19:07
Nice brindAjI. I like the way in which Siva is depicted in a Sankha.
The triSUla behind pArvati too is impressive. The snakes and
Dhamaruka too have come out nicely. If you don't mind, you
seem to have interchanged the colours of Siva and pArvati. Siva (except
for his neck) is fair complexioned and pArvati (vishNu's sister) is
dark. Where is subrahmaNya? Regards! - mOhana
Mon, 2009-02-23 19:43
I learned something new today mOhanaji, I was under the impression that Shivji is dark complexioned (not just the neck part, but until the neck), and Goddess Parvathiji is fair.
Mon, 2009-02-23 19:53
We have the famous prayer to SyAmalA, mAtA marakataSyAmA
(dark like the precious stone marakata) mAtaMgI madhuSAlinI.
SyAmalA also means dark. SyAmA means night. SyAmakaMtha
means Siva, also a peacock whose neck is blue.
Regards! - mOhana
Mon, 2009-02-23 20:05
Brindha nice one..
Kailasava gowrisha Isha
Thaila dhare yanthe manasu kodo hariyalli..
Mon, 2009-02-23 23:40
Mam very nice ....
Tue, 2009-02-24 05:30
are you an artist???? all your rangolis are nice.
Tue, 2009-02-24 05:42
wow...very nice...thanks for the Kailash Darshan...very much ideal for MahaShivaraathri...thanks for sharing
mOhanaji...SubrahmaNya has left to round the Universe (Prapancha Paryatane) on his peacock
Tue, 2009-02-24 08:43
Thank you all for the nice little explanations. No, I am not an artist Priya rao. I just learned this myself and try my hands at different types of hand work.