jkmrao's picture

Here is a hridayakamalam. There are nine of them in each motif.
The word nava means nine as well as new. In that sense the name is
apt. The various stages in obtaining this are given on the right side.
Comments are welcome.

Regards! - mOhana

Rangoli: nava-hridaya-kamalam


Lata's picture

Separating the hridaya-petals out to show the stages helps us understand this better.

jayamohan's picture

In general for lotus/hridaya kamalam we use 8 petals! Here you have arranged nine in one!
Nice indeed! Btw, Thank you mOhanaji, for the rangoli pdf sent thro' Lakshmiji! It's very informative.

judelined's picture

JKM the colour choice is so good that it gives a lovely shaded effect...

rajamma_2's picture

mOhanaji,Oru vairakkammal pole irukku onga Hridhayakamalam.