In this post 8 kolams are posted, All have 8×8 dot grid pattern. Easy to draw and very easy to colour these kolams. Try these kolams at your doorstep.
Some 9 dots kolams are shared in this link. These are easy ones and can be drawn by one who is in beginner level. Easy to draw and can draw in space constraint areas too.. Draw at your home. 9 Dots Kol
Mrs.Ezhil Naresh’s kolam for this Dasara. A small flower is drawn at the centre to start the kolam and extended with extensions to create a grand rangoli for the festival. The colours are shaded and filled in spaces and a beautiful kolam is created.
One padikolam and another a freehand kolam is uploaded in this post. This padikolam is known as seethai kondai meaning the bun harido of Seeta. This is a common kolam and extended with individuals choice. The second kolam is freehand kolam and coloured.
Two diya rangolis are posted in this post. Round kolams with diya at the centre a perfect kolam for diwali and coming Karthigai festival season. Draw at your home and enjoy creating rangolis
Here comes another peacock rangoli with peacock majestically sitting at the centre of the rangoli giving a grand look to the kolam. The kolam is coloured with bright and vibrant colours. You can choose the colour combination as per your choice. The rangoli is extended with lovely small elements making to give a feel of a big kolam. Draw this round rangoli and enjoy.