Hello friends...this sikku kolam done specially for kala(shibrudha)who kept her promise and gifted me an awesome kolam book :love: J) ....hope friends remember these two episodes.... http://www.ikolam.com/national-birds-day , http://www.ikolam.com/birds-day-rangoli ....eagerly waiting for your views. :)
Hai to all....this is the special kolam done by me taken from lata's gallery... http://www.ikolam.com/node/192...for thanking IKOLAM and all of you dear FRIENDS on this happy thanksgiving day...hope u like my version too...ur views pl...
Hai to all...I did this spl kolam(9-9 dotted) for d Thanks giving day...to thank IKOLAM for giving me lots of friends and happiness too for d past 10 months....Thank u Latha....
Cornucopia is a horn of plenty. During Thanksgiving holidays, it is customary to fill the cornucopia with corn, fruits, bread, meat, wine, etc. Here are two designs with cornucopia (one larger image shown at the bottom) specially made for Thanksgiving-2010. On the top is a Roman coin minted during the reign of Emperor Claudius II with the goddess Aequitas holding a cornucopia in her left hand. However, these days are not great days for one species of birds ;-) Happy Thanksgiving for all North Americans! Enjoy!
Regards! - mOhana
In the North America, Thanksgiving Day is observed as a harvest festival, somewhat akin to the sankrAnti or pongal in India. It is the day when the families gather and offer their thanks to the almighty God and all others for what we are and how we are. In the US it is observed on the last Thursday of November. Infact, the Christmas season starts the very next day, the so-called black Friday. This is perhaps the busiest travel period in the country. Thanksgiving day is a great day, except for the millions of turkeys ;-) Here is a paDikOlam made especially for the Thanksgiving day with cornucopia and fruit baskets, hollies, poinsettias and tendrils.
Regards! - mOhana
We wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a time to recognize that God has given us many things to be thankful for, each passing day. The things that we are most thankful for: Love, Family, Health, Friendship --- all of you!! :)
This rangoli is based on a 6x6 dot grid. I have made use of the horn-shaped wicker basket called cornucopia to make this rangoli. These baskets are filled with various kinds of vegetables and fruits harvested in the fall season, in North America. The cornucopia is also known as the Horn of Plenty, or the Harvest cone, and is a symbol of abundance.