Naga Mandala

srilakshmi_lux's picture

This is a auspicious Rangoli which we draw in front of god during Naga Panchami Festival. This I learnt from my Grandma

Rangoli: Naga Mandala

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viji_j86's picture

Nice trational Kolam. Lakshmi had shown us a kolam like this with so amny expanded varities.
viji

ammuchandhini's picture

traditional kolam and i can see this kolam from small to big versions in those houses who have naagadevadai as their kuladeivam....

alameluranganath's picture

very nice and gud one auspicious

dibbutn's picture

Nice one, I liked the cute snakes at the corners as well.

lakshmiraghu's picture

beautiful looks different...keep it up

sjnt's picture

Nice way of showing step by step instruction for a complicated design, through the arrows Srilakshmi.

rajamma_2's picture

Nice tutorial kolam.
rajamma

Lata's picture

A good attempt at showing this kolam with arrows. I like the top half. A good idea to use different colors to show the different lines. While trying to trace over the guidelines, I think I lost myself somewhere at the crossroads between the merging of green into the black lines. The picture lacks symmetry at the bottom. I would like to make this later, and I really hope I make the time for it. Thanks for the example, and the tutorial. Smile

jkmrao's picture

Good, but I am a pure map reader, still not clear to me.

Regards! - mOhana

jkmrao's picture

Sorry, it must read I am poor map reader, not pure map reader.

Regards! - mOhana

srilakshmi_lux's picture

Thanks friends for your nice comments. Now a days, I am trying to work on PC more time. When i feel more tired / free time during my work, I try some kolams to draw in PC. I am poor with dwgs. thas why it is not that much in symmetry. Also, my grand ma was telling while teaching this kolam to me that, whenever we draw a nagamandala/snake kolam, we should draw its eggs and small snakes nearer to it which gives the auspicious pray for god blessing whole of our family till generations. so i thought i should share this with u all.

Here, for this kolam, first follow red colour, 2nd blue colour, 3rd is green and finally you land up with Black.

judelined's picture

Good idea of showing arrows for directions to follow - so I am sure this will be useful to many here on this website...

BalaChandrasekaran's picture

thanks srilakshmi,we can have an idea how to draw nagabandana,very nice.