Rangoli: Sangu Kolam
Created by on 2010-05-19,

Lata mam tell me the dot reference for this kolam.This kolam looks so beautiful,can u help me to animated this kolam. I got confusion that the dot count for this kolam is 17-9 or 19-10 inbetween dots.

Rangoli: kolam
Created by parvathamuma on 2010-05-03,

counting of this kolam is 9-5 sandhu pulli.this s for beginners

Rangoli: Rangoli 23rd dec09
Created by setumangala on 2010-04-02,

rangoli drawn on 23rd dec09 with rice powder with 13 to seven dots indicating shunk

Rangoli: Shankupooja.
Created by rajamma_2 on 2009-07-27,

Before keeping the Shanku in pooja, we did small pooja few days back..since So many Shankas decorate most of our kolam and recent mOhanaji's padikolam with shaded shanku, i thought I'll upload this. It is a Valampuri Shanku.

Rangoli: Sankha
Created by jkmrao on 2009-07-21,

Many people seem to appreciate the Sankha rangOli ( and similar ones. Here is a rangOli with real Sankha. The above one is at bottom right making up for symmetry allowances. Enjoy!

Regards! - mOhana

Rangoli: Chalk kolam in Singapore!!!
Created by gowri_ana on 2009-04-23,

My mother makes this differently, she calls it Mahalaxmi kolam, I tried but not that successful.

Created by Sarasp on 2009-02-02,

This is another Shankh kolam done during Margazhi & one of my favourite too.

Rangoli: Shank Pushpam
Created by Sarasp on 2009-01-26,

I had to do this on a sheet of paper as our corridor is of marble nature and rangolis made with rice powder on this floor is not very clear. The dot count is 15-8. Hope you all like it..

Rangoli: Sangu Pushpam
Created by jayamohan on 2009-01-25,

Name of the Kolam: Sanku Pushpam.

Dots: 21 to 11, interlaced.

4,3,2,1 on all 6 sides for lotus.

Medium used : Wet rice flour.

Jaya Mohan

Rangoli: Rangoli
Created by sujijag on 2007-01-09,
This rangoli was published on 2007-01-09.