Rangoli: Freehand
Created by chandy on 2017-03-20,

Rangoli freehand: Freehand by chandy

Rangoli: Freehand
Created by chandy on 2017-02-16,

Rangoli freehand: Freehand by chandy

Rangoli: rangoli
Created by arunamanikarnika on 2016-01-23,

Rangoli celtic knots as mandana: rangoli by arunamanikarnika

Rangoli: Mandana Rangoli
Created by thilakalakshmi on 2014-03-17,

Hi friends, here is a Mandana type of kolam...! Wink

Rangoli: Mandana Rangoli
Created by thilakalakshmi on 2014-02-22,

Hi friends...this is my first attempt in making a Mandana rangoli. Hope it looks like it.. Wink Awaiting your valuable comments...! Smile

Rangoli: Mandana Rangoli
Created by vara_ram on 2013-06-11,

Hi Friends
Another Mandana type rangoli for your views..

Rangoli: Mandana style kolam-2
Created by vijaysowmya on 2013-03-24,

Another mandana style kolam for your views. Smile

Rangoli: Mandana rangoli-2
Created by ammuchandhini on 2013-03-22,

Hai to all...this is my second mandana style rangoli...ur views please Smile

Rangoli: Mandana rangoli
Created by ammuchandhini on 2013-03-21,

Hello friends...inspired by lata's mandana door- rangoli published yesterday...myself and sowmya decided to try some designs available on d net...and here is the first creation in this series..interested friends can join us :)... eagerly waiting for ur views Smile

Rangoli: Mandana-Rajasthani rangoli
Created by Lata on 2013-03-20,

Here comes my version of rangoli on the door. I've tried one of Mr.Lakhichand Jain's Mandana design, on one of my closet door. I had painted a big portion of it maroon, last year, to make such designs, but it was used mostly by Surik for her drawings. Smile
I've used my daughter's white paint, and a little bit of orange. This is my first attempt, and I used an earbud to draw this Ganesha. Next time, I would try with brushes in different sizes to get more control. Smile

A little bit about Mandana, a Rajasthani rangoli:

This folk art makes use of red sand (geru) and chalk powder and is applied on floors and walls, especially on auspicious occasions and festivals.

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