These are baby rabbits, they are very cute eating the carrots one by one.
Hi friends,HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY .
26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign and republican state. The country finally realized the dreams of freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since. This was drawn by myself and Bharathi.
This kolam was made by 10 years old boy. I feel this looks realistic.
This is a 21 x 1 dots rangoli, center line of 21 and then followed by 19, 17, 15 to 1 on each side. Very easy and beautiful.
My hearty wishes for a Happy Republic Day of our great nation. I tried to depict some of Our National Symbols within the tricolour. I did this with freehand. My hubby helped me in designing this Rangoli.
I drew this as kolam at my house entrance on maattu pongal. I wanted to create something crazy or cute to look at. And this cow(though a few thought it was a puppy dog) really amused many of its viewers
Its my favorite rangoli rabbit with sugarcane. Photo taken at night
This is my second entry for Rangoli contest. I made this from a profile photo of a lion. This Rangoli is a little high on the aspect ratio as I was unwell when I made this. And I couldn't finish the Rangoli. The part on the right has been abruptly cut off because of that. It took me 13 hours to finish the entire Rangoli.