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.
counting of this kolam is 9-5 sandhu pulli.this s for beginners
rangoli drawn on 23rd dec09 with rice powder with 13 to seven dots indicating shunk
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.
Many people seem to appreciate the Sankha rangOli (http://ikolam.com/node/6423?p=590) 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
My mother makes this differently, she calls it Mahalaxmi kolam, I tried but not that successful.
This is another Shankh kolam done during Margazhi & one of my favourite too.
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..
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.