Another chikku kolam in this 13-1 series. Here the ezhais in different colours are made differently with a help of a small stick.Used the computer top as base since it is easy to use the stick on a smooth surface.Hope you like it
Hai to all...another set of rajamma mam's series of 13x1 dotted kolams...eagerly waiting for your views
this was the rangoli that i made on diwali this year.At night it was illuminated with small tea light candles at the side.Many of my relations and friends were very much amazed with the outcome of this rangoli.Anyhow i feel that i should do it a bit more neater.PLS DO DROP YOUR COMMENTS FOR MY CREATION:)TQ
Sashank wanted NEEL kolam so used blue color wet maavu to make this kolam.
Normally flowers have only five petals. This has something to do with growth
and related to the hEmachandra-Fibonacci series I spoke about recently. But
thogh rare, there are a few six petalled flowers. One such flower is a sparkling
blue flower. Two arrangements with it are shown. Find the difference between
the two, if possible. When we draw rangOlis with dots, the symmetry is perfect
if the dots are placed properly. But in nature, even if there is six-fold
symmetry it is only approximate and any arrangement with such a flower is also
approximate. That is why the contacts in these pictures are not perfect. The
search for perfection is always through symmetry. That is why the artists in
Islam used symmetric patterns in their mosques to search for the perfect.